audible tone

audible tone

[¦ȯd·ə·bəl ′tōn]
(acoustics)
Sound of a frequency which the average human can hear, ranging from 30 to 16,000 hertz. Also known as audible frequency.
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Another quarter of an hour and the Prince will arrive and the procession will halt for the last time; after the tulip is placed on its throne, the Prince, yielding precedence to this rival for the popular adoration, will take a magnificently emblazoned parchment, on which is written the name of the grower; and his Highness, in a loud and audible tone, will proclaim him to be the discoverer of a wonder; that Holland, by the instrumentality of him, Boxtel, has forced Nature to produce a black flower, which shall henceforth be called Tulipa nigra Boxtellea.
I have,' replied Arabella, in a scarcely audible tone, laying aside her work, and becoming greatly agitated as a thought, that had occurred to her before, struck more forcibly upon her mind.
Then came the challenge of a sentry posted at the kraal gate, which apparently was answered, though not in an audible tone, for the steps still advanced; and in another second Infadoos had entered the hut, followed by some half-dozen stately-looking chiefs.
To locate and stimulate key treatment points, an internal point finder lights up and emits an audible tone when a point of low impedance is located, improving accuracy and pain outcomes.
The Alert Must Be An Audible Tone Which Chirps At One Second Intervals When The Unit Is Counting Down Prior To Initiating.
While entering data, an audible tone lets the analyst know when 100 fibers are counted within 20 fields.
A "vibration" with audible tone feature is also part of the system.
The RAD-40 is a panel-mounted digital display that offers a selectable Decision Height and includes five additional trip points, all with discrete outputs - from 100 to 1000 feet - which can be used to control an audible tone or to interface with third party equipment.
The old signals had an audible tone which was not just useful for those with sight difficulties, it was also an extra check for sighted people.
The product offers two LEDs and an audible tone to enable the user to know if the card has been read correctly or if errors have occurred.
Threshold entry should not exceed a half-inch rise, push-button controls should be oversized, and both a visual signal and an audible tone should accompany each stop on the elevator.
He then repeatedly said, ``I love you,'' first in a clear audible tone which later trailed off to a faint whisper.