In the never-ending debate raging in the audiophile community about sound quality and what humans can or cannot hear, it is very very very very incredibly often cited that the upper-limit of the ...
The human ear (for example) is sensitive to frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz. Any sound beyond that limit would not be heard by us naturally. Will it harm us (effect our ability to hear) when we hear ...
I've recently seen the following image: Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hoerflaeche.svg Translation (from German): The upper boundary (Schmerzgrenze) is where it starts to hurt ...
I am looking for the loudness limits, expressed in decibels, for the human ear. Google or Wikipedia giving me only frequency limit human ear can receive, but I cannot find mention about the decibel ...