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Amplifying the Sounds That We Hear: How Does It Work?
Most of the time, the changes in air pressure are relatively small. They do not apply a lot of force to your eardrum, but since it is extremely sensitive that minuscule amount of force will cause it to move at an increased distance. The cochlea within the inner ear works like a conductor to send the sound through the fluid, instead of sending it through the air.