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Deepika_Garg

Why the glasses of the windows produce noise, when dj sound is there around?

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  1. Owlfred
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  2. ankitjain
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    I guess it is the vibration produced in the glasses because of the air waves produced by the woofers in a dj system.

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  3. Deepika_Garg
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    thanks, but i am confused that its not only when the sound is near about, it has long distances effect also, can u explain the whole thng behind it.

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  4. choas74
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    It depends on the size of the speakers and the frequency of the waves, for example if you stand right next the huge speakers at parties you can almost feel the earth shaking, it's so loud. But if your outside the dance hall you probably wouldn't feel any vibrations.

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    The question is not really clear. This makes it difficult to answer for you.

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  6. ramkrishna
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    I think she want to ask that why we feel vibration in the objects, windows, etc. whenerver we play a music with very high volume.

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  7. Deepika_Garg
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    ya, u can consider like this

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    The energy transmitted by a wave is proportional to the area. Windows have a pretty big area, so especially if the music is loud they will get a lot of energy. If the frequency is near one of the window's natural resonances it will absorb the energy instead of reflecting it, and you'll get a lot of vibration. You might have noticed that the buzzing and shaking happen mainly at certain frequencies - these would be the natural resonances of the glass.

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