How Loud is Too Loud — Inforgraphic

13 Mar

What Did You Say???

I know I have lots of trouble hearing sometimes — just ask my wife.  Have you ever thought about how much damage is done to your ears, however, by that are seemingly everyday sounds?  Today’s inforgraphic helps look at that, showing how sound is measured, some of the loudest sounds, the loudest concerts (all by bands formed over 35 years ago!) and other unique facts about sound. [VIA]

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