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Tinnitus Breaker (Masker)

This app provides the following five types of masking noise

This app provides the following five types of masking noise

Tinnitus Breaker (Masker)

by Hyunmin Park
Tinnitus Breaker (Masker)
Tinnitus Breaker (Masker)
Tinnitus Breaker (Masker)

What is it about?

This app provides the following five types of masking noise

Tinnitus Breaker (Masker)

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
38Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Lifestyle
Last updated
November 14, 2014
Release date
November 8, 2014
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App Store Description

This app provides the following five types of masking noise
Measure the characteristics of tinnitus sounds you by this app.
The masking according to your tinnitus sound can controlled by the volume slider on both ear independently.

Tinnitus Definition

Tinnitus maskers are a range of devices based on simple white noise machines which are used to add natural or artificial sound into a tinnitus sufferer's environment in order to suppress or mask the ringing.
The mechanism of sound masking can be explained by analogy with light. In a dark room where someone is turning a lamp on and off, the light will be obviously noticeable. However if the overhead lights are turned on, turning on the lamp will no longer be as distracting because it has been "masked". Tinnitus maskers increase the level of sound in the listener's environment and therefore mask the ringing in the sufferer's head with a calming, less intrusive sound.

Masking Noises

White noise has equal power in equal bandwidths
Pink noise has equal power in proportionally wide bandwidths.
Brown noise packs a lot of energy in the lowest frequencies.
Blue noise packs a lot of energy in the highest frequencies: as the two octaves
Violet noise generates a lot of energy in the highest frequencies: as the four octaves
Grey noise & white noise : the same if our ears where equally sensitive to all frequencies