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    After going to a gig last night, I can still hear brown noise, a low frequency humming which causes my bowels to slacken. Has this ever happened to anyone? :p:
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    no-that's strange...hmmmm
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    All the time, I have to change my underwear 5 times a day.
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    Mate this is probly a joke thread brown sound not noise can't be heard after its been played cos your just hearing it in your head thats not gonna cos your bowls to open. If you actually hear it in real life its the actual low frequency of the sound waves which matches the frequency of the movement of the bowls AND THIS is wat causes shizzer to blast out your keg hole.
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    Wow. Just, wow!
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    lol @ loggins
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    Why does it matter? The sound will go away if you just ignore it, you said it your self it's a low frequency noise.
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    Are you people really this stupid? It's a joke thread, in response to the one titled "white noise"! Tsch!
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    Naivety reigns so strong on these forums. I love it.
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    Indeed. There is such a thin line between naivety and common sense...
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    Never happend to me.

    You should see a shrink.
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    :toofunny: They're still coming!
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    brown noise??? :rofl:
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    (Original post by loggins)
    Are you people really this stupid? It's a joke thread, in response to the one titled "white noise"! Tsch!
    No i am not stupid, your the one who is stupid to even post this in the wrong forum.
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    (Original post by Lyndzxx)
    No i am not stupid, your the one who is stupid to even post this in the wrong forum.
    It was moved.

    You're stupid.
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    All of you are stupid
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    It was on Mythbusters, they played a frequency of 5Hz through 24 subwoofers, 10,000Watts of sound supplied by the world famous Meyer Sound, guess what, no brown note.

    This is a myth, a joke and does not happen.

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    (Original post by latin.snake)
    I downloaded a sample of this (brown noise) and guess what? Nothing happened - quite disappointed really!
    Well, according to the myth, it has to be between 5Hz-9Hz, only specially modified speakers can reach this low, a normal bedroom system can reach 20Hz, just! So, your speakers would not have been able to reproduce the note, and even if they could, you still would not have felt anything except the air in your lungs being compressed and released 5 times a second! Bit weird i guess!

    Graham
 
 
 
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