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audible

(od′ĭ-bl)
Capable of being heard.
audibility (od″ĭ-bil′ĭt-ē) audibly (od′ĭ-blē)
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Many will be watching closely when Google releases its audibility product later this year.
Antoine's organ loft, where audibility is not a problem for these two instruments.
presented a few pilot cases where altering frequency compression hearing aid parameters not only improved audibility of a 4 kHz tone burst but also improved detection of cortical evoked responses.
Alarm sounds and audibility: Melodic alarm sounds are difficult to identify and cannot be discriminated when there is task overlap.
These include exhibiting confidence, using humor, ensuring audibility, gearing program content and delivery style to the specific audience, and paying careful attention to appropriate logistics.
Despite Humboldt's belief in the progressive decline or disenchantment of auroral sounds, by the time of the First International Polar Year (1882-83), when the international circumpolar research agenda reached fruition, the data gathered merely added to the uncertainty surrounding the issue of auroral audibility. (21)
The music is merely functional, in no way as tasty as the other elements; the lyrics have some bright spots, at least when they are not overamplified past audibility. This was something of a problem when the show played downtown on an actual basketball court at Judson Memorial Church, but the sound is unaccountably more garbled at the Kerr.
He never lets us lose sight of concerns like audibility and lines of sight.
Not only do you lose some ability to hear the sound (audibility), but your ability to process the information you hear also wanes with I age.
For outdoor audibility, they said that they would prefer an external speaker over the earphones, easy adjustment of the volume, and an easy repeat function.
But she limits the extent of dissemination of the shows' printed and spoken messages with many conditions: "coded language," restricted audibility, the primacy of the visual spectacle, and misinterpreted symbolism (271).
Acoustic and environmental impacts from Performance Based Procedures are evaluated by the software, which provides a display of noise impacts using various acoustic parameters including A-weighted noise levels and audibility detection.