Hello, everyone! I am most likely gonna be the guy who sits and lurks around, but i too am one of those with the "silent howling" as i call it. Not sure when it started, but apart from wear and tear (too many years with rock and roll), it could actually have something to do with exposing myself to high altitudes - which are well known to cause hearing problems. My hearing is fine, thank goodness, and for the past three and a half years i have just had this low volume tone in both ears, which, frankly, was expected after exposure to loud music most my life. However, a couple of months ago, i got a second tone, much louder and very much out of key with the first one, which has caused a disharmony in my head 24 hours a day. With that came the sleep deprivation, and .. well, you know how it goes. So i am currently trying to read all i can about it, and at the same time working with sound generators to flexibly mask out the howling. If anyone are interested in talking about this, feel free to contact me, because my dream right now is to make some sort of pocket sized sound generator that i can take with me to bed and not have to lay for hours focusing on a certain sound (well, two, in my case). Apart from that, no, i don't need any help as such (my shoulders are strong, as we say here), just like to read what like minded people say, and maybe get an idea or two about what could ease up those *censored* sounds. So, if you want to talk sound vs sound as a .. not cure but relief for what we all have to deal with, i am only a message away. Helps if you are a friendly being That's it, that's me. Hi! And a good day to you all!