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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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New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor for Mallory Sonalert and supplies its entire product line of electronic audible alarms and board-level audible devices such as transducers, indicators and sirens.
Audible CEO and Founder, Don Katz: "Audible was founded because we believe deeply in the impact that powerful listening experiences can have on hearts and minds.
But the rise of stand-alone audio has also made some traditional publishers nervous, as Audible strikes deals directly with writers, including best-selling authors like historian Robert Caro and novelist Jeffery Deaver.
On the waterproof Oasis model, users can take to Audible, coupled with either a set of Bluetooth headphones or speakers.
Audible's high standing starts with its collection, which can be praised for its breadth, depth, timeliness, and quality.
Caption: Under a new regulation, electric light duty vehicles, such as this car at a charging station, will be required to produce an audible noise at low speeds to help alert pedestrians.
According to Bundeskartellamt, the German regulatory office, Apple exclusively hosted Audible audiobooks and Audible would refuse to supply audiobooks to competing digital music stores.
"Amazon is doing to Audible what it's done to Prime Video -- investing in original programming," Nick Quah, an executive at the Graham Holdings Co.'s Panoply podcast network who also writes a newsletter about the industry, tells Bloomberg News.
We recommend that you prepare early for this much-awaited audiobook debut: Plan a long road trip, pack headphones on your airplane travel, or simply anticipate curling up in bed, listening to Ian and Smart's soothing voices-you don't want to miss out this September, (audible.com)
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