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Is it possible to make your computer beep between 14-18 KHz?

If so please post.

Edit: Isn't this "lower beep"?

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Is it possible to make your computer beep between 14-18 KHz?

If so please post.

Edit: Isn't this "lower beep"?

I measure it in MHz

Because, you run this script

Beep(8500, 100000)

and It puts some 'MHz' on you

:whistle::)

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You could always design a new piece of hardware or write waveform data to the real speakers.

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You could always design a new piece of hardware or write waveform data to the real speakers.

There is SigGen Freeware that will generate a wav file for you.

I could probably hear a 14Khz tone, but not an 18Khz one! :whistle:


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a dog-whistle is cheaper :whistle:


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