Question on ultrasonics


#1

A few people i believe have said they use the ultrasonics through their phones internal speaker.

I have a samsung 7 does this mean i can play my ultrasonics using the internal speaker ? . Perhaps place the phone on my desk and bath in the ultrasonics ?.


#2

That’s exactly what I do with my Huawei Mate 20 pro. I put it on my desk at work and play it. I use frequensee to adjust the volume, so it doesnt affect others.
I’m not sure it’s working, though… I hope so…


#3

@pakr93 thanks for sharing your insights. I jist dont know how reliable it is to listen to ultrasonics through the internal speaker of a phone.


#4

I’m glad you posted it, because it’d like to know the answer too :smile:


#5

Ultrasonic works, but the thing is how to make it comfortable enough to not damage the ears and be effective at the same time.


#6

If I was doing this, I’d check the Frequensee on another phone.
I don’t expect most phone speakers be great players of Ultrasonics.


#7

This is why i pit 100% faith in masked audios


#8

I play ultrasonic tracks through the speaker of my Android phone. It is not the only way I listen, nor is it how I get most of my listening time, so I find it pretty much impossible to gauge whether it is effective or not.

It does seem worth experimenting with, though.


#9

Same here. And still waiting on the WeaponX series to get masked. :smile:


#10

I am doing the same.The strange thing is that through my android phone I can hear when the ultrasonics are playing it’s a sort of static sound, but I still seem to get results.


#11

With my phone I notice a very faint hiss or whooshing when I place the speaker near my ear.


#12

Exactly the same and I am using the minimum volume,because my phone seems to be quite loud in volume by default.