posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 09:30 AM
reply to post by eXia7
Yeah the ringing in your ears for me atleast did get louder, but then soon faded away into nothing.. There was no sound, except my heart beat and
I worked in a lab that had a small anechoic chamber, to test failed speakers in...
You could stick your head into the room, and almost fell dizzy right away. There was zero sound inside
The main building that manufactured the speakers had a theater room you could go sit in that had handrails. For when there was no movie/audio playing
you would get disoriented and start to tip over. Was funny to watch people who never entered a room like that...
I have been inside a bigger anechoic chamber that had a similar set up to the test speaker anechoic chamber, and yeah you could hear all kinds of
weird noises in your body… I would not suggest staying in the room for too long, the biggest problem I noticed with most people in rooms like that
they would get sick to their stomachs, and tend to throw up… Almost like “sea sickness” but in reverse.
edit on 28-3-2013 by Arrancar because: work correction