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What is the highest level of HZ that your ear can enjoy musically speaking? And what is the highest a human ear can hear?

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The textbook range is from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz (or 20KHz). But like Andy said, that is relative and depends on the person. I doubt most could hear near that high. I've not been tested since I was a kid, but years of working around power tools, key cutting machines, guns going off, loud engines, and loud music.....I'm pretty sure I have lost some higher registers.

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Using a signal generator on my comp and some pretty good speakers i have heard 18khz a few times, but it was so high it was painful and made me want to curl up in the fetal position and stab my ears. The lowest i have heard is about 18hz and it was very faint and quiet at high volume levels.

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So then what is the peak frequency of the highest pitched cyball on a drum set? I would guess around 15 khz?

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Yah 15-16 would probably be about right

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