I'm not saying am an Island. The point is, My friend is that one guy talking to me through my earphones, accompanied by beats and tunes. In simple terms, well-conveyed lyrics.
I like these people....I have friends. One of them told me my eyes will pop-out if I listen alot using earphones.
Please, if yours popped out because of earphones, let me know... It might be true. I know not. But I looked around and spotted something worth of sharing.
|Pop ém out!!|
Comparative Examples of Noise Sources, Decibels
& Their Effects
|Decibel Level||Decibel Effect|
Jet take-off (at 25 meters)
Aircraft carrier deck
Military jet aircraft take-off from aircraft carrier with afterburner at 50 ft (130 dB).
Thunderclap, chain saw. Oxygen torch (121 dB).
|120||Painful. 32 times as loud as 70 dB.|
Steel mill, auto horn at 1 meter. Turbo-fan aircraft at takeoff power at 200 ft (118 dB). Riveting machine (110 dB); live rock music (108 - 114 dB).
|110||Average human pain threshold. 16 times as loud as 70 dB.|
Jet take-off (at 305 meters), use of outboard motor, power lawn mower, motorcycle, farm tractor, jackhammer, garbage truck. Boeing 707 or DC-8 aircraft at one nautical mile (6080 ft) before landing (106 dB); jet flyover at 1000 feet (103 dB); Bell J-2A helicopter at 100 ft (100 dB).
|100||8 times as loud as 70 dB. Serious damage possible in 8 hr exposure|
Boeing 737 or DC-9 aircraft at one nautical mile (6080 ft) before landing (97 dB); power mower (96 dB); motorcycle at 25 ft (90 dB). Newspaper press (97 dB).
|90||4 times as loud as 70 dB. Likely damage 8 hr exp|
Garbage disposal, dishwasher, average factory, freight train (at 15 meters). Car wash at 20 ft (89 dB); propeller plane flyover at 1000 ft (88 dB); diesel truck 40 mph at 50 ft (84 dB); diesel train at 45 mph at 100 ft (83 dB). Food blender (88 dB); milling machine (85 dB); garbage disposal (80 dB).
|80||2 times as loud as 70 dB. Possible damage in 8 hr exposure.|
Passenger car at 65 mph at 25 ft (77 dB); freeway at 50 ft from pavement edge 10 a.m. (76 dB). Living room music (76 dB); radio or TV-audio, vacuum cleaner (70 dB).
|70||Arbitrary base of comparison. Upper 70s are annoyingly loud to some people.|
Conversation in restaurant, office, background music, Air conditioning unit at 100 ft
|60||Half as loud as 70 dB. Fairly quiet|
Quiet suburb, conversation at home. Large electrical transformers at 100 ft
|50||One-fourth as loud as 70 dB.|
Library, bird calls (44 dB); lowest limit of urban ambient sound
|40||One-eighth as loud as 70 dB.|
Quiet rural area
|30||One-sixteenth as loud as 70 dB. Very Quiet|
Whisper, rustling leaves