Addicted to Fun and Learning
- Apr 10, 2020
- Eugene, OR
Wow, that's quite an experience. Glad to know you got over it. I've experienced some temporary tonal effects that were very strange. I would perceive a different pitch in each ear in the bass range, below 100hz. One ear was dominant, so the notes still sounded in tune when listening with both ears, but the combined effect came across perceptually as distortion, which I was trying desperately to exorcise from my system. Apparently it's normal for that to happen occasionally, but can mean something serious if it persists.Don't think it is specific a matter of psychology only.
I got some months ago sort of tinitus. Didn't hear that clear any more specific imaging & staging. The fun of listening to high end audio was diminished considerably. I learnd that ear conditions could spoil a lot an because of that from an physical point of view people could hear different than me so that influence their perception an choices for instance using more or less EQ.
Luckly enough my Docter told me most of his patiënt will heal some soon or it takes some months. I got from my Docter Fluticason. For me it is now considerbly less such i almost don't hear it anymore.Took me 5 months to get my previous hearing more or less back including the imaging staging an fun.