volume indicator


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volume indicator

[′väl·yəm ‚in·də‚kād·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A standardized instrument for indicating the volume of a complex electric wave such as that corresponding to speech or music; the reading in volume units is equal to the number of decibels above a reference level which is realized when the instrument is connected across a 600-ohm resistor that is dissipating a power of 1 milliwatt at 100 hertz. Also known as volume unit meter.
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