audible sound


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audible sound

Sound containing frequency components between 15 and 15,000 Hz (cycles per second).
See also: sound
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Following a ground-breaking proprietary speaker transducer and chamber re-design, the Pro7827HD powers a 10W speaker to deliver incredibly clear and audible sound for presentations or off the clock home entertainment.
Fortunately, I'd read about animals having a far greater sense of impending dangers than humans, and even though it appeared that nothing untoward was afoot, the only audible sound was the gurgling of the river and the birds singing away, l followed the dog's instinct for self-preservation and shuffled after Taff (a dodgy hip prevents me from running).
It's not just the fight of the fish that you feel but it's the visual and usually audible sound that a giant trout makes when he rises to the surface to eat a topwater lure.
He discovered that thin disc when exposed to an interrupted beam of sunlight produces an audible sound in UV and IR electromagnetic spectrum of the sun.
Recording a verdict of accidental death, coroner Karen Dilks said: "The pelican crossing is a light and sound-controlled crossing and pedestrians are safe to cross only when a green man is illuminated and there is audible sound.
If there's not much woods noise and the buck is close enough, sometimes a barely audible sound is all you need to make to lock him up.
The receiver converts inaudible ultrasonic sound into audible sound using heterodyne circuitry.
There were no wings, no audible sound, no propellers, no finnedempennage, no smoke, no contrails.
Even when there is an audible sound, if a driver is listening to loud music or talking on a phone it is easily ignored.
In case of events such as a fire alarm being activated or a door being left open, the system issues a local audible sound and also displays the alarm on the operator monitor.
The technology generates audible sound along an ultrasonic beam which is highly directional and maintains sonic clarity and intelligibility over longer distances than traditional loudspeakers.