acoustics

(redirected from Room acoustics)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

acoustics

 [ah-ko̳s´tiks]
the science of sound and hearing.

a·cous·tics

(ă-kūs'tiks),
The science concerned with sound.
[G. akoustikos, relating to sound]

acoustics

/acous·tics/ (-tiks) the science of sound or of hearing.

acoustics

[əko̅o̅s′tiks]
Etymology: Gk, akoustikos, hearing
the science of sound.

a·cous·tics

(ă-kūs'tiks)
The science concerned with sounds and their perception.
[G. akoustikos, relating to sound]

acoustics

the science of sound and hearing.
References in periodicals archive ?
There are other considerations that are related to radiation pattern, room size and room acoustics, as well as listening distances.
Again, room acoustics and speaker positioning will be more dominant, and they will not allow for hard and fast rules about which speaker types or brands work best.
The Ingenium Silver changes that, allowing users to swap drivers that will match their system, room acoustics, and their hearing.
The theory of vibrations in continuous systems is crucial to the understanding of engineering problems in areas as diverse as automotive brakes, overhead transmission lines, liquid filled tanks, ultrasonic testing or room acoustics.
To improve the acoustic conditions are room acoustics elements both in the workshop installed from foams as provided in the meeting rooms and lounges.
The patented Digital Power Station technology is a unique digital signal processing method that substantially enhances sound quality in playback devices by compensating for deficiencies in useable frequencies, audio components, environments and room acoustics.
Concurrent with the four demos rooms, Audioholics also has a fifth dedicated room which will be featuring industry professionals giving talks on such topics as HDMI, room acoustics, introduction to ISF video calibration, and advanced cable technologies and installation techniques.
The use of PROTEUS, developed in the company's core research laboratories in Europe, allows the experts from Goldmund to produce a media room solution that is able to directly correct the room acoustics.
Audio has moved from analog to digital, with self-powered speakers, variable room acoustics, and solid-state playback among the innovations since LDI was launched in 1988.
Denon remained a market leader with products that offer in-demand technologies such as HDMI digital video source switching, up-conversion of analog signals and automatic room acoustics correction and calibration.
This feature calibrates the audio frequency response from the TV's speakers to improve the sound quality within the listening area, adjusting for room acoustics that can alter the overall sound quality (such as hardwood floors, mirrors, drapes, furniture, etc.