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2016-01-05 17:24:18 Post No. 2031087
Post No. 2031087
So, a bit of backstory. I'm a male with slight tinnitus, only bothers me when drunk and trying to sleep. My girlfriend and I moved to a new apartment and got a dog, a short coated chihuahua. After a while I noticed a high pitched sound when I laid down in bed.
At first I thought it was tinnitus but that was quickly dismissed as it went away when I turned my head slightly. It was a pretty low tolerance on angle before it went away. Made sense to think it was coilwhine from a powersupply or something and again I dismissed it. Then this evening I laid down on the sofa next to our dog and the sound was there again. The motherfucker is the source of the sound, and after some studying I figured it came from his left ear, my gorlfriend had never heard it before but when I told her to listen to the dogs left ear she heard it too.
In order to fully rid myself of makebelieve I dowbloaded a sound analyzer and while I sort of doubt the accuracy of the frequence (it sounds more like a 13KHz sound), it's still damn obvious that something is there. The first image here is from backround noise with the mic held to the right ear of the dog. Looks fine? Give me a few seconds and I'll post the left ear audio.