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  • Yep, known phenomenon. Humans have varying upper acustic frequency range limits, with some people’s ears going up as far as 20.5KHz, whereas on average people top out around 16.5KHz.

    Now, the way CRTs work is that there’s a gun in the back end of the tube which produces a ray of electrons, and there’s an electromagnet which deflects the beam to controls where it hits the phosphor coating of the screen. The electromagnet’s field is controled by a sawtooth generator, so that the elect

    • by jdavidb (1361) on 2005.10.09 23:44 (#43778) Homepage Journal

      Cool. I appreciate all the additional information. Sounds like it may not be related to ADD at all.

      I remember being able to shock someone after touching our old televisions! I had forgotten about that.

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      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers