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unik

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    1. twinbee
      twinbee
      Hi my tinnitus is around 14,500 to 16,500 Hz too. Just wondered if you ever listened to Amiga music at loud volume or if not, what else might have caused your tinnitus. Unfortunately, that generalfuzz site only goes to 15k Hz.

      Maybe there's a better one...
      1. unik
        unik
        I think it's kind of complicated for me. I had a head injury in 2007 that left me with just a slight tinnitus - didn't bother me at all at that time. Then 19 months ago, I was under a lot of stress at work, I mean a lot, took some prescription meds and then the current state of T appeared out of nowhere. So bottom line, mine is caused most likely by few different factors but it isn't caused by noise.
        Jun 11, 2014
      2. twinbee
        twinbee
        Ah thanks.
        Jun 11, 2014
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