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can this device hear through walls, and if so....up to what distance? Answered

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XOIIO
XOIIO

Best Answer 11 years ago

What is the device, we need a description and a picture.

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Dr.Bill
Dr.Bill

10 years ago

uhhhhhhhhhh..............

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NikonDork
NikonDork

11 years ago

Maybe this was obvious to others here, but I think I know why were getting these weird questions. On every single instructable page on the right hand column, towards the bottom, there is a text entry box with "Answers" above it. I guess some of our dimmer readers are taking this as "ask a question on this particular instructable your looking at right now" Maybe they need to fix this?

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lemonie
lemonie

Answer 11 years ago

Yes, they do, I figured this out a while ago. Also the invitation to ask is a bit too inviting. L

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

Answer 11 years ago

. I'm afraid it would take up too much page space to explain when/how to ask questions on the form. Search Ibles, search the Web, good title, be specific, provide links, lots of details, &c, &c, &c. . And, from my experiences on the 'Net, at least half of the ppl that need to read it, will just skip over it. I've been pleasantly surprised at how many of the questions are good ones. . Ie, no matter what you do, there's always a bunch of bozos. . Not that the OP is necessarily a bozo. I agree that it would be very easy to see the box as an invitation to ask something about that page.

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lemonie
lemonie

11 years ago

15mm untreated plywood, plasterboard, 20mm MDF but that's about it. Bricks, concrete, lathe and plaster not much good. L

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frollard
frollard

Answer 11 years ago

heaven help you if theres any stuffed rabbits in there.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

11 years ago

All the way to the other side, but further if you poke a hole in the wall.