We're talking about breaking our lease if we can't find a solution. The hum can only be heard on the Canadian side of the river, no one in Detroit or elsewhere in Michigan can hear it. Sounds like the sound of someone using a compressor nearby-- but it isn't- neighborhood is quiet. During this time, the system didn't make any noises. We have a vaulted living room with a Return Air in the sidewall about 15' off the ground. The issue of home low frequency hum is discussed on several blogs. Apologies for the length of this but I will attempt to provide pertinent information about my situation. In Taos, a similar hum has been reported by residents since the 1950s. Some nights, Windsor residents say it gets so loud it shakes their homes and rattles glassware in cupboards. I did some searches om Home Hum Noise RE: House is humming, literally * Posted by kevin2009 (My Page) on Fri, May 1, 09 at 18:22 Have had exactly the same problem. No link has been found between both although medical experts still suggest, it’s a form of tinnitus . Pulsating in ear symptoms include the following: The patient feels and hears a heart-pulsing sound … Now, whenever the system turns on, I hear this whine/hum come from the return air. For the first 6 months, I didn't have return air grilles or supply grilles. In the medical community, a pulsating sensation in the ear is called pulsatile tinnitus/vascular tinnitus. My girlfriend and my landlord both hear it. Hi, I’m getting a pulsating/humming noise but only when I drive at 30mph or 60mph and It’s louder at 60mph. The number-one cause of unusual audio noise and weird video is the ground loop, simply because it’s so darned easy to create. We cannot find the source of the noise and it is so bad, it's affecting our quality of life. A pulsing sound in the ear feels like your heart is beating in your ear. The sound is not in my head. The Taos Hum and TACAMO. It can affect one or both ears. The Hum zones Bristol, England, was one of the first places on Earth where the Hum was reported. It’s apparent in gear and in neutral. Can hear it a bit outdoors in the back of my house. In the 1970s, about 800 people in the coastal city reported hearing a steady thrumming sound… For the noise wasn't, it turns out, just a figment of my imagination. The Hum is a name often given to widespread reports of a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming, rumbling, or droning noise not audible to all people. It occurs for hours at a time at different times of the day. About six weeks ago, a humming noise seemed to engulf the entire house. That humming noise isn’t tinnitus (Ménière’s disease). Sometimes it is steady, sometimes it is pulsing. Problem so bad its been giving neighbors headaches-sleep pattern deprivation etc etc. I guess it's a phenomenon called "The Hum" and other people around the world have experienced it, and even apparently killed themselves over it. .Called the power co. ,it is not the transformer. Indeed, The Hum - as it is now known - is a mysterious phenomenon which has been reported by … Sounds like it’s coming from the front of the car but can’t determine which side, just sounds in the middle. There's no night construction around me at audible distance. Another medical theory suggests that the hum is caused by trembling of the tensor tympani muscle in the ear. This goes into the furnace that is in the attic.