Ultrasonic Sound From Alexa’s Speaker Is Affecting His Hearing
The Amazon’s Echo smart speakers that were built within the Alexa are generating sound waves that are impacting your dog’s sensitive hearing.
According to Amazon, the speaker’s frequency range is between 30Hz to 24kHz. A track with a 24-bit resolution and sampling rate of 48kHz can be decoded by the system.
As dogs possess sensitive hearing and can easily pick up sounds that are inaudible to human ears, it is of no surprise that what we perceive as pleasant to our ears might alarm your dog.
Why does my dog hate Alexa?
Why Do Dogs Hate the Amazon Assistant? Your dog can have an aversion for Alexa because she is not human. The haterade can develop more if your virtual home assistant and pooch have no communication. Even so, dogs can be afraid of the unknown.
The Machine Generated Voice From Alexa Scared Him
Dogs are able to differentiate machine generated voices and human’s natural tone. Thus, any voice that doesn’t sound natural will typically freak them out.
This is why your dog will be stunned when he hears a machine – generated voice from a small black box that is right in front of him.
He is confused by the presence of a voice from this strange box and wondering if it is of any threat to him.
To keep himself from any harm, he will observe the device from a safe distance and will only go near it when he feels safe and sound.
Keep in mind that dogs can be easily frightened by the unknown.
Your pet may feel scared if he hears voices without seeing the source.
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