High frequency response.

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    pete693

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    Being of an age where I can begin to see the dark at the end of the tunnel I thought it would be a good idea to get my ears checked.I know that the ability to hear high frequencies drops off after the age of about 40.
    I went to the doctors and he did some tests.He confirmed my suspicions and wrote me out a prescription.He said I was to put two drops in my beer each night.
    I've been doing it for over a week but haven't noticed any improvement yet.
    Pete.
     
    pete693, Feb 11, 2013
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    nando nando

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    maybe is the wrong beer you are putting on, try TANNOY "SPECIAL BREW" with a touch of hi-fi spirit, that will do it, forget your guru. :)
     
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    You're never too old to listen to high frequency.
     
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    Drink more beer.
    The more you drink the less you notice the HF loss :)


    This chap has the right idea ;)


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