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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But to double the rate, when the most audible sound around the country at the moment is the groaning that accompanies every tightening of the belt by another notch?
As the high frequency sounds travel through the air, lower frequency audible sound waves are generated such that a person located in the path of the beam can hear, while a person nearby but not in the path will not.
Aside from the flow of cold wind past my ears, the only audible sound was a random chorus of barks up ahead.
As we hear audible sound, the activity in the auditory system increases and becomes more regular and synchronized.
If you accidentally drop your coin and it makes an audible sound upon impact, then you have just "accidentally" initiated a coin check.
The material can be detected by a hand-held scanner that will emit an audible sound if the ink is present.
It's only a barely audible sound of the larynx clicking into gear.
The variability of loading error is said to be eliminated by using an audible sound to indicate that the exact amount of pressure is being applied by the operator to the test sample, which is said to result in improved accuracy and repeatability.
Immediately on opening the car door, it gives off a high pitched audible sound.
More often than not, hearing impairment will entail greater difficulty in detecting certain frequencies than others within the spectrum of audible sound.
Operating below the range of audible sound for the human ear at just 22db, the drive provides optimized acoustics for home entertainment components.