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audible sound

Sound containing frequency components between 15 and 15,000 Hz (cycles per second).
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The major adaptation is the ball, which is significantly larger than a standard cricket ball and filled with ball bearings to provide audible sound. Verbal signals are widely used both by umpires and players, in particular, the bowler must shout "play," as he releases the ball.
Some systems will vibrate the steering wheel, some will have an audible sound coming from the speakers to alert the driver, some will actually have actuator motors to actively steer the vehicle back to the center of the lane.
A flickering fireball around -12 in magnitude (about as bright as the full Moon) could induce an audible sound of roughly 25 decibels, slightly louder than a whisper's 10 to 20 decibels.
'It will alert local folks in two ways: [one is] through an audible sound and [second is through] a text broadcast,' Ronquillo told the Inquirer in a recent interview.
SonicExpert(TM), ViewSonic's proprietary sound enhancement technology, powers a 10W speaker to deliver incredibly clear and audible sound. Along with ISF(TM) certification for color optimization and five viewing modes, 2200 lumens, and vertical lens shift, the Pro7827HD can create a cinematic experience in any home.
[14] omitted inertial navigation, ambient magnetic fingerprinting, the use of encoded patterns in artificial light (fluorescent or LED), ambient light analysis, the use of audible sound transmitted by the infrastructure (some with encoded patterns), RFID where the tags are fixed and the reader is mobile, ZigBee, vision analysis with portable cameras, floor tiles, and the indoor use of outdoor technologies (GPS, cellular, TV, and FM signals).
If the air pressure changes have major frequency components below 20 Hz, which is below our normal hearing range, it is called "infrasound." With infrasound, our bodies respond differently than we do for audible sound. (1) Our body parts, such as our abdomen, arms, legs, and shoulders, sense infrasound through our tactile senses, not through our ears.
"It was a very still evening with an offshore breeze but there was no audible sound associated with the lights." Best wishes - Alex Harris-Smith, a UFO believer."
Those commands are not heard in the body camera video, which does not have audible sound until after the shooting.
(http://appleinsider.com/articles/16/09/17/iphone-7-owners-say-phones-producing-hissing-sound-under-heavy-task-loads) Apple Insider has learned recently that some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus owners are complaining about an audible sound coming from within their smartphones and not from the speaker system.
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).