New Mosquito Ringtone: Ultrasonic Mobile Phone Secrecy
March 21, 2008
( http://TeenBuzz.org ) A new surplus of options in regards to ultrasonic ringtones has surfaced, of which enables younger crowds to conceal mobile phone usage.
The mosquito ringtone as it is called, has long been famous for alerting teenagers of text messages and calls without also alerting teachers or employers. Because adults experience a steady hearing loss as they mature, the odds that adults will hear the same frequency students can are slim.
But even slim chances are risky. Thus, TeenBuzz.org has come out with new options in ultrasonic ringtones. The website offers a total of thirteen different frequencies for students to preview and download.
The trick is to pick the best frequency one of which the student can barely hear, but still pick out from everyday noise to be alerted to text messages and phone calls. The most common frequency is set at around 17 kHz.
But what students are finding out more and more, is that the rules donít apply evenly to every adult. Some adults can hear the 17 kHz tone, and so the student should then invest in a high pitch of frequency. It also helps to keep the volume moderated, so that the frequency isnít too loud or too weak.
Along with thirteen different frequencies, the website lists helpful information on what age ranges should be able to hear the sound. With a helping hand from TeenBuzz.org, teenagers can continue to keep networking and stay in touch without being reprimanded by strict policy.
TeenBuzz.org listened when teenagers claimed that not every ultrasonic frequency was working with adults. And to help the masses of teenagers, they created thirteen different samples for easy previewing and downloading. The website offers each frequency in three different file formats, to help ensure that every teenager can keep their mobile phone usage private and safe from prying eyes.
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