So I have posted a lot of times that some electric appliances produce noises I didn't hear before. Today I had the idea of using my TV along with my headphones as a way of blocking out the noise of ringing my PC now produces. It lasted for a while but, I still knew it was there and after a couple of hours it came back now even with the TV on I can still hear it as loud as I did before. I'm not sure if I have Ear recruitment or Phonophobia or Hyperacusis or I'm just focusing on the sound way to much so my brain turns it up. Also if I move my head around it seems to change, I move my head hear it only in my left ear, move again both, move again right only, move again don't hear it. I don't know if its maybe my Power Supply causing it as it produces a hiss when it's off so maybe it's a faulty capacitor or something. Or if it's something else. Could anyone here explain to me what and how does each of these function (Recruitment,Phonophobia,Hyperacusis) This doesn't worsen my Tinnitus, it's just annoying that I don't want to come home to my ears ringing, I study PC technology and I'm around my PC most of the day it's what I always did (play games,watch TV shows,movies,anime...) Also read about Misophonia not sure what that is. I find it really annoying that one can't simply get Tinnitus and be done with it rather people get hyperacusis,misophonia,phonophobia,recruitment and some other stupid Sh!t. Tinnitus low, barely able to notice it unless in a completely quiet room but this is just downright stupid. If anyone has gone through this or knows what I might have please reply. I'll be going to an audiologist but I need to make appointments and find the right one and so on and so on plus I need money for the more specific tests not just the usual stupid audiogram which literally tells me nothing. Is there a test for Recruitment and Hyperacusis?