Saniyah. Age: 27.
T he Teen Buzz ultrasonic ringtones were created by teenagers so that they could be alerted to incoming text messages or calls on their cell phones without nearby adults becoming aware of it. These "secret ringtones" take advantage of the fact that as people age, they lose some of their hearing sensitivity, especially in the higher frequencies. So a high-frequency tone that is at the edge of audibility for most teenagers will be inaudible to many adults over age 20, and to most adults over the age of
Trinity. Age: 31.
Mosquito Tone Audibility Test
It is summer time, which is the best indoor and outdoor anti mosquito repellent product and system? The best method is none other than the infamous mosquito sound. What is a Mosquito sound? It is pretty much like the high frequency screeching sound we human finds very annoying when someone scratch their finger nails across the chalk board.
Barbara. Age: 25.
The Teen Buzz "Ultrasonic" Ringtones
Get the original mosquito ringtone also known as TeenBuzz, the ultrasonic ringtone that most adults cannot hear for free. Many of these frequencies are inaudible to people over the age of 30, enabling you to receive calls and text messages without for example your teachers or parents knowing it. For more information on how TeenBuzz tones works and other interesting facts, please refer to the dedicated section about secret mosquito ringtones which contains everything you ever wanted to know about the TeenBuzz phenomena.
The Mosquito or Mosquito alarm is a machine used to deter loitering by young people by emitting sound at high frequency, in some versions so it can be heard mostly by younger people. The devices have attracted controversy on the basis of human rights and discrimination concerns. The device is marketed as a safety and security tool for preventing youths from congregating in specific areas.