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Calibrate our Noise Generators to your Own Hearing Curve
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Are You Ready for an Ear-refreshing Experience?

Our calibration calibrated noises are truly unique in their ability to compensate for your potential hearing loss, and for your audio equipment and listening environment deficiencies.

Calibration settings will be stored as a browser cookie, and can be recalled any time from the “Your Hearing Curve” setting found in all calibrated noises, under the “Presets” section.

During calibration, if a particular band remains inaudible all across the slider range, back it off to the zero position: it doesn't make sense to work with frequencies you cannot hear anyway, or frequencies your loudpseakers cannot reproduce. Ideally, most sliders should be located in the bottom half of the user interface. If not, simply increase your computer’s sound level and start calibrating again.

Check out our video tutorial on YouTube : Calibration on myNoise.

How to Proceed

1. Increase your computer's volume until you start hearing the static noise used for calibration.

2. Move each slider so that its associated sound becomes just audible to you (hearing-threshold variant) or play at the same perceived loudness (equal loudness variant).

3. Once each slider has been set, hit the "Save" button.

4. Go back to your Noise Page - or select one - then load your calibration data by clicking the "Your Hearing Curve" setting, under the Preset list.