I hate to break it to everyone here, but after studying vibrations as an engineer for years, lower frequency sounds DO NOT travel farther than higher frequency sounds.
Hate to break it to you but you are wrong....do alittle Googling and you'll find out you failed engineer'n.
You keep googling for your answers to life and trust everything on the internet you read or see. I'll put my faith in engineering and the textbook on sound and vibrations sitting next to me on my office shelf any day of the week. I find it very disheartening that you would believe the way you do. You should do some real research instead of that crap you call fact finding on the net. The frequency of sound has no bearing on the distance it travels; period. I did state however, that lower frequencies are more capable of bending around objects and penetrating them more than high frequencies if you would have read my post. Besides, when you deliberately attack someone and call them a failure you better back your statement with some facts as to why you think you are right. Or are you too fearful to cite where you got your references from? I'd imagine that's why you didn't , because your not real sure of your answer either. Do us all a favor and know your facts before you actually type something as demeaning as the above statement. It's people like you that make this forum distasteful by the lack of disrespect that is shown towards others here. I'm guessing you havn't fully matured to understand that either though, so I fear my words go to waste.
P.S.- If you want to actually see the formula or equation for Sound distance travel, google it (cause googling it is the only way I believe you'll actually check), I think you'll be suprised at the factors present in the equation, it most certainly does not contain frequency. If you don't believe that, go to the library and do some real research.