Having a low, mid, or high-pitched sound in your head that doesn’t seem to be coming from your ears. Having any other type of sound in your head but not coming from your ears. These are phantom sounds, pure and simple–what I consider part of the Musical Ear Sydrome or even a type of tinnitus. The low-frequency rumbling sounds I was referring to are not real sounds–the sound meter won’t show any sound, yet you “hear” them in your head.

A rumbling noise from your furnace isn't necessarily a sign of a dangerous problem, but it can be. A leak in the heat exchanger can allow carbon monoxide to leak into your home. Here are the sounds that have been tagged with Rumbling free from … Rumbling Sounds. The symptom: Having a humming, droning, rumbling, throbbing, or vibrating-like sound in your head.

Sufferers have identified common factors: the humming is only heard indoors, it is a low, rumbling noise, it is louder at night, and is more common in … Having a hissing, fizzing, throbbing, or pulsating sound in your head but not coming from your ears.