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With noise cancelling headphones on, I could just about hear a single chirp type sound, but other than that, nothing.
I'm with Pete, very doubtful its a bat.
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In reply to Seaman:
Wendy S said:Echo meters and noise cancelling headphones, we seem to have some good gear available on here.This old dinosaur gets a bit out of depth at times but is great to have such things available.
Fear not Pete, I still cannot abide Zoom calls!
The noise cancelling headphones, complete with microphone, are for phone calls taken on the computer, not something I've ever done, yet, but what they do is sample the ambient noise in the room and cancel out those frequencies, so any external noise around me is removed and all I hear is what is being piped from the computer. As for the person I'd be talking to, the ambient room noise would be cancelled out and all they'd hear is my voice (poor souls ).
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