volume range

volume range

[′väl·yəm ‚rānj]
(electricity)
In a transmission system, the difference, expressed in decibels, between the maximum and minimum volumes that can be satisfactorily handled by the system.
(engineering acoustics)
The difference, expressed in decibels, between the maximum and minimum volumes of a complex audio-frequency signal occurring over a specified period of time.
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The Flint Group REACH team is now preparing the next step, leading up to June 1, 2013, when all substances in the volume range from 100 to 1,000 tons per year have to be registered.
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