It varies from person to person. However - an accepted 'normal' hearing range is around 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz.
The same goes for pain threshold - anything over 120 dB would certainly be uncomfortable for most people.
it means your body sends more pain then needed towards places that have been punched, kicked ect then someone with regular pain threshold. as pain is just a message from your body saying to stop but if you have a low pain threshold your body sends too much pain.
The Six Paths of Pain are: Animal Pain Asura Pain Deva Pain Human Pain Naraka Pain and Preta Pain.
pain is six paths of pain..... it is six different dead people that is fused in wit the six paths of the rinnegan so it becomes the six paths of pain. there is an animal path human path and a demon path and god paths
Is it the one that goes.. " I realize the screaming pain, hearing loud in my brain?" I think that might be it. Which Naruto are you talking about?
There is no such measurement in the scientific community as 'del" of pain, but there is however a "dol" (from the latin word for pain, dolor) which was a proposed name for a unit of measurement for pain from the 1950's, but the idea never really made it far.
We can hear from 0 dB, that is the threshold of hearing up to 130 dB that is the threshold of pain.
The threshold of hearing is 0 dB. The threshold of pain = 137.5 dB.
Loud is a relative term used in hearing depending on what object is doing the hearing and what frequency range. For example, what is loud to dogs would be silent to humans if the sound is outside of the human hearing bandwidth 100-20,000 Hz. Loud for humans would be generally described as passing the pain threshold of hearing.
You can start to hear at the threshold of hearing at 0 dB and end up at the threshold of pain at 137.5 dB.
The threshold of hearing is the minimum sound level that a person can hear when no other sounds are present. This point will vary from person to person, but is typically reported as the RMS sound pressure of 20 micropascals or 2×10−4 dynes per square centimeter - that equals 0 dBSPL. The threshold of pain is the point at which pain begins to be felt. It is an entirely subjective phenomenon. The pressure at which sound begins to feel painful is the pain threshold pressure. It starts with 20 pascals or 120 dBSPL to be painful.
Painfully loud. Almost like the sound from sandblasting or a loud rock concert. 120 decibels is close to the pain threshold in human hearing, and yes sound can be painful.
The sound pressure of the threshold of hearing is 20µPa as the reference value that is 0 dB. The threshold of pain depends on the listening person. You can find the following rounded limits in various articles (Sound pressure level Lp and Sound pressure p):120 dB = 20 Pa130 dB = 63 Pa134 dB = 100 Pa137.5 dB = 150 Pa140 dB = 200 Pa Cheers ebsWe can hear from the threshold of hearing at 0 dB up to the threshold of pain at around 130 dB.
In hearing, the threshold of pain is the sound pressure or sound pressure level beyond which sound becomes unbearable for a human listener. This threshold varies only slightly with frequency. It is clear that only lower levels are permissable, because prolonged exposure to sound pressure levels in excess of the threshold of pain can cause physical damage, potentially leading to hearing impairment. Different values for the threshold of pain are found in the literature: Sound pressure level and Sound pressure: 120 dB SPL = 20 Pa 130 dBSPL = 63 Pa 134 dBSPL = 100 Pa 137.5 dBSPL = 150 Pa 140 dBSPL = 200 Pa
The human is is not sensitive to sound intensity (energy), but the human ear is sensitive to sound pressure or to sound pressure level (SPL). It is ranging from 20 micropascals to 150 pascals, that is a SPL of 0 dB (threshold of hearing) to 137.5 dB (threshold of pain). Scroll down to related links and look at "Table of Sound Levels and corresponding Sound Pressure".
That is not correct. The human ear drums are only sensitive to the sound pressure variations. Also the microphone diaphragms are moved by the amplitude of sound pressure variations. At 0 dBSPL, the threshold of hearing, the sound pressure is 20 micropascals. At 134 dBSPL, the threshold of pain, the sound pressure is 100 pascals.
Having a high pain threshold means you can take more pain than most people without it becoming unbearable