device for repelling new neighbour

hello, I have recently come into some problems with the new tenant in my building. she is making non stop complaints about me. her problem is "audio" from the tv, but its not even loud. i have lived here for a long time with no issue. i need some kind of device to force her to move out on her own accord. shes in her 50s and shes a roastie nightmare. the device has to be non lethal, low audio. i was wondering if there was some kind of frequencies i could some how transmit in her flats direction which are legal/lawful but will force her to leave. she has green eyes and blonde hair. my landlord is now harassing me.

  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    xD

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Turn your fucking tv down you autismo

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Turn your fucking tv down you autismo
      its quiet. shes a psychopath. and my tv, is definitely not louder, than the regulated amount of audio allowed to be heard in decibels after 11pm in my country.

      i need a solution.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >my tv, is definitely not louder, than the regulated amount of audio allowed to be heard in decibels after 11pm in my country
        then prove this to your landlord and fuck off

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >then prove this to your landlord
          prove it how? i already told them its bullshit. either provide something useful, or stfu and go to another thread you insufferable gay. i asked for advice, i didnt ask for the basics i already covered before posting. stupid fuck

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >prove it how

            Video with a db meter visible.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >i asked for advice
            pretty sure this anon gave you some solid advice

            Turn your fucking tv down you autismo

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >definitely not louder, than the regulated amount of audio allowed to be heard in decibels after 11pm
          >then prove this to your landlord
          >prove it how?

          If only there were a device like a dB meter that you would already have access to if you'd actually made this factual determination, and clocks.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Get headphones. If she still complains, then at least you've exhausted the path of least resistance.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    It's clearly loud and she has the right to enjoy her home
    You should be beaten severely for wanting to harass her even more.
    Remember, she can fuck with you back

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >It's clearly loud
      because divorced roastie said so?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I lived in an old apartment building with downstairs neighbors exactly like OP's. Not a roastie but greaser rockabilly gay guy with his bright red lipstick whore wife. They complained about music at 11:00 am from a six year old acer laptop. Just the factory laptop speakers built in, no externals. They could only hear it because we both had our windows open. That's only one example, but luckily they moved out on their own after a couple months

      https://i.imgur.com/OczPV3Q.jpg

      hello, I have recently come into some problems with the new tenant in my building. she is making non stop complaints about me. her problem is "audio" from the tv, but its not even loud. i have lived here for a long time with no issue. i need some kind of device to force her to move out on her own accord. shes in her 50s and shes a roastie nightmare. the device has to be non lethal, low audio. i was wondering if there was some kind of frequencies i could some how transmit in her flats direction which are legal/lawful but will force her to leave. she has green eyes and blonde hair. my landlord is now harassing me.

      I think

      >definitely not louder, than the regulated amount of audio allowed to be heard in decibels after 11pm
      >then prove this to your landlord
      >prove it how?

      If only there were a device like a dB meter that you would already have access to if you'd actually made this factual determination, and clocks.

      is your best option

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    just buy a subwoofer and blast low bass when it's daytime

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    anon she just wants the d, give it to her.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous
  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Another problem created by the rule of law existing

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Protip: Never fuck with green eyes, they're the psychic cast and can ruin your life with a thought.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Give me a magic revenge device
    Really?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      its not revenge. its for future defence purposes only

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Convince your mom to move you and all your step siblings.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What's with you fucking spergs nowadays? Just turn the fucking TV down you mongoloid. You live in a apartment with other people yet the concept of being courteous to your neighbors bothers you. She has every right to complain, and instead of being a good neighbor and lowering it your first thought is to torment her until she moves out? You belong in a mental hospital.
    You wanna run your TV at high volume at ungodly hours? Then move into a house you selfish fucking autismo.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      lived here for many years longer than the 2 months shes been here. never once have i had a complaint about noise. when i moved in, i moved in for the specific purpose of making music. the landlord, who rented my building said its fine.when i mentioned i was concerned about the floorboards creaking so much, he said its just tough shit for the neighbours, its a multiple occupancy building (made of stone, with double glazing windows. its a manor house converted into flats). the building has strange acoustics. when a guy lived on the far west of the building, in the other wing, when he played his music, i could hear it coming from directly behind me (in the south, not the east location where his flat was/music was). this lady below me has double glazing. the tv is on like 30%. shes complaining about nothing. at all. 2 or 3 other people lived in her flat, before her, whilst i lived here. not a single issue. the audio is no louder now, than it ever was. im not sure why you think the tv is on a high volume, when i already explained that it is not. you either cant read, or you are a mentally retarded busybody. the woman is the issue.

      anyway, i went to the landlords head office and they said its STRICTLY just the woman complaining and they told her i have never had complaints before, and there has never been a problem. they said she wanted to move out but her contract is 6 months long. i offered to pay her moving fees so she would fuck off but she still has 4 months left. the landlord said they cant just move her out because of the contract, but its very doubtful she will stay. told them im not dealing with the new woman agent at my local landlords office who refused to actually get proof beyond "muh ,believe wahmens complaint" and i will only deal with head office from now on. im not being harrassed by some agent and the parasite she moved into my building. if the lady below me wants silence, she should move to a detached building in the middle of nowhere.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Hello anon i suggest maybe you could figure out where her room is then set up a plastic box and put a speaker inside blast low frequencies until she is rendered catatonic.make sure it is off during the day

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Hello anon i suggest maybe you could figure out where her room is then set up a plastic box and put a speaker inside blast low frequencies until she is rendered catatonic.make sure it is off during the day
      shes directly below my computer/tv in my living room. do you think i should get a subwoofer, or some studio monitors? i need both because my current studio monitors are only 50w each

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You could fuck with her internet too which would make her feel very alone and be very frustrating too

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >You could fuck with her internet too which would make her feel very alone and be very frustrating too
      she mentioned she couldnt get the internet to connect to her tv. when i first met her outside, she was complaining the building doesnt have a tv aerial. i explained its 2022 and no one watches tv except old people. she said her internet wont connect to her smart tv.

      when i realised she was freaking out about no state mandated propaganda, forced on people through a government tax called the tv license, i already knew she was going to be a problem. this woman goes outside into the carpark and starts screaming at my window late at night (1am, 2 am, maybe even later), and she even come out her flat and started screaming up the stairs to where mine and my neighbours flat is. i didnt even hear her, but my male neighbour was really pissed off. he said shes made more noise than i ever have, and he lives directly next to me and doesnt care about the noise, he barely even hears it through a fake wall where our fireplaces used to be (we have one in each of our flats, which share the same wall, but they have been boarded over)

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >normal people when disagreeing with others
    Hey that wasn't alright, let's discuss how we can make this right
    >PrepHole autist schizoids
    How do I build a SONIC WEAPON to OBLITERATE my NEIGBOUR who ASKED ME TO TURN DOWN MY TV?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You know sometimes you just gotta decimate your neighbors to prove a point

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Tell them to come down and assess the situation themselves, and if they can't hear your purported noise outside of the premises then it falls within your right to peaceful occupation and to jog on

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Tell them to come down and assess the situation themselves, and if they can't hear your purported noise outside of the premises then it falls within your right to peaceful occupation and to jog on
      thats what i originally told the local office/new local landlord agent. i said
      >if you think im breaching the law with noise levels after 11pm, you can just go to the district council, tell them, get a recording device which will figure out the decibels, and you will see im doing nothing wrong.

      the new agent said
      >we dont need to do that
      oh, so you are just taking some random roasties word for it, whilst she keeps a diary, instead of actually investigating the situation and looking at the actual evidence? got it.

      this is why women should not be in the workplace.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    write some nasty and threatening notes (like, "I'll set the building on fire if you don't turn off that TV!), put them on your own door, take pictures, send them to the landlord

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Turn your TV down, moron.

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >shes in her 50s and shes a roastie nightmare
    As opposed to you?
    Long term rentcuck who thinks the place belongs to him?
    kek.

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