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  1. It is ok. It happens to me too. The fact is that our brain remembers and stores in memory some sounds that it did not hear from music. And so it turns out that when a familiar sound is played in the track, it seems to you that “someone is ringing the doorbell”, or “calling on the phone”.

  2. If these sounds actually exist (external sounds, radio interference with the audio path, or audio recording defects), then of course it's fine. If it's an auditory hallucination, it's not normal. But hallucinations should also manifest themselves in some other way, not only when you use headphones.

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