So how do you rate sound

So how do you rate sound

gsfanatic gsfanatic
So I was rating the vibrator my girl bought, and I realized that there wasn't clear examples of what was loud and what was silent. Does anyone have a good scale of what counts as quiet vs loud, and the level of vibration?
05/01/2012
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Please rate the product overall, up to 5 stars.
Likewise, please rate the intensity of a vibrating toy:
* 1 Vroom = Very mild, extremely low level vibration, great for newbies, foreplay and extra sensitive areas.
* 2 Vrooms = A lower-level intensity that provides light stimulation but can be still felt in most internal and external spots.
* 3 Vrooms = Moderate vibration, good for overall body usage, average in intensity and probably suitable for most individuals.
* 4 Vrooms = Strong and easily felt vibrations that powerfully stimulate but are not "earth-shaking".
* 5 Vrooms = This car's outta control! Extremely strong, highly intense powerful vibration, probably too intense for most.
* If the toy does not vibrate, click N/A.


Again, we also are looking to get your rating on noise level. For rating the noise level of a vibrating toy:

* 1 Bee = Whisper quiet hum, barely can be heard, virtually silent from behind a closed door.
* 2 Bees = Low, soft, "white noise" hum, similar to a cell phone's vibration alert, that can be heard through covers but not through a closed door.
* 3 Bees = Moderate noise level, similar to a small appliance, can heard through covers and probably through a closed door.
* 4 Bees = Fairly loud, comparable to a large appliance, definitely heard through covers and easily heard through a closed door.
* 5 Bees = Extremely noisy, the neighbors can probably hear this power tool cranking!
* If the toy does not make noise, click N/A.

Vibration intensity is a bit subjective but what I do for noise is put it on high uncovered, close the door, leave the room, and see how far away I have to be for it to be silent.
05/01/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
This is what I do to rate them. I tend to have my own way of doing things:

1 bee: When held an armslength away I can't hear it

2 bees: It can be heard over the dorm showers

3 bees: Can be heard over the dorm showers but not through my dorm door

4 bees: Can be heard through the dorm door by passerbys

5 bees: Waking people up
05/01/2012
js250 js250
I rate the sound by turning on the vibrator, placing it under the covers and moving away.
1-no sound under the cover and standing by bed.
2. silent at 5 feet away
3. silent at 10 feet away.
4. silent outside closed door(14 feet)
5. hear it outside closed door.
05/03/2012
Melan!e Melan!e
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
I rate the sound by turning on the vibrator, placing it under the covers and moving away.
1-no sound under the cover and standing by bed.
2. silent at 5 feet away
3. silent at 10 feet away.
4. silent outside closed door(14 feet)
5. ...
This doesn't make sense to me. Your points 2-4 seem backwards.
05/03/2012
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