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audibility

[‚ȯd·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(acoustics)
The state or quality of being heard.
The intensity of a received audio signal, usually expressed in decibels above or below 1 milliwatt using a stated single frequency sine wave.
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Antoine's organ loft, where audibility is not a problem for these two instruments.
The audibility and clarity of the Public Address System only had an impact of 9.
All 5 RCTs were related to alarm sounds and audibility, based on small sample sizes, and conducted in laboratories.
The receiver is positioned in a convenient location, making it easy to align with one's ear and ensuring a high level of audibility when having a conversation.
And Jonas Kaufmann approached the ideal, both physically and vocally: only a few notes whose softness defied audibility seemed ill conceived.
Since children with attention's defect and hyperactivity were heterogeneous group [9], considering that main components of learning disorder consisted attention defect, memory disorder, perception-motion audibility, thinking and oral disorder [5] on the other hand memory disorder consisted defect in absorbing, storing and others of information related to sight, hearing or other learning process, most of these people had problems in continuous attention, half of them had problems in other fields like partial attention, give direction to attention, increasing the focus, social adjustment, enforcing and harmony of musicales, personal control and achieving the success.
Appropriate logistics and audibility were more strongly linked with satisfaction (z = 2.
Low frequency sound (LFS) in the range of 10-20 Hz and 100-250 Hz includes a field of audibility (Table 1) (Berglund et al.
Reports of auroral audibility were extremely rare in nineteenth-century narratives but discussions of this anomalous phenomena exhibit the tensions inherent in Arctic science between experience and expertise, adding a new dimension to our understanding of intellectual practice in the Arctic and assisting in the deconstruction of two of the "great divides" of western Enlightenment traditions, namely science/indigenous knowledge and superstition/reason.
The first level tested the audibility of personal interactions (estimated at 30- 40Db) at a volume at which one would speak to another person in immediate proximity (2-5m).
Their faces are dynamic, and Hayes has silenced them to make points about gender, visibility, audibility, and power.
Meglena Kuneva, former EU Commissioner and independent presidential candidate at the end-October presidential elections, has vowed to change the tone of politics in Bulgaria towards an increasing audibility.