Originally Posted by ruthrj
You know, that may actually be the problem. Hate to quote myself, but I just had an epiphany. I've never seen or used chassis ears, but it sounded like a technician uses them with a pair of earphones. The frequency of the hum is so low I don't think earphones would be able to reproduce a sound of that frequency even if the microphone was able to detect it.....
I think a subwoofer would be needed, or a very very nice pair of earphones.
Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong: If the chassis ears were detecting said low frequency vibration, you wouldn't even know it was detecting it because earphones couldn't reproduce that sound. Voila, can't detect the hum?
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