JUST when the residents living in the vicinity of the new Hong Kong Stadium thought it was safe to open their windows again and put away the noise monitoring devices, the Rolling Stones announced a world tour - with Hong Kong pencilled in as a possible stop during the Asian leg. In a tone that would make Frank Sinatra blush, the Jurassic rockers said in New York yesterday that the ''Voodoo Lounge'' world tour - which blasts off in Washington on August 1 - would very definitely be the group's final hurrah (oh yeah?), immediately giving it a valedictory feel that should help the box office no end. So whether Mick Jagger and the boys (sans Bill Wyman) - once labelled, ahem . . . ''the loudest rock band in the world'' - So Kon Po? ''As things stand right now, no way,'' confirmed Arena boss Allan Zeman whose company had preliminary discussions with the Stones' promoter some while back. He added: ''To be realistic, the Rolling Stones can only be staged at the new stadium to make it financially viable. ''But to be equally realistic, there is a problem at the stadium with relation to noise that needs to be addressed. ''And a solution has to be found taking into consideration the feelings of the local residents.'' Given these circumstances Hong Kong will probably miss out. Unless, of course, the noise problem can be miraculously solved by March next year when the Asian leg of the Stones tour begins. Another promoter involved in early discussions with the Stones' people was Anders Nelsson. He said: ''The logistics for a Stones concert are huge and only the new stadium could accommodate them. But, unfortunately, they are also a very loud band.'' So all in all, we doubt Stones fans in Hong Kong are going to get any satisfaction on the matter.