wind noise

wind noise

[′win ‚nȯiz]
(acoustics)
Noise caused by turbulent airflow over and around an object.
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Comprehensive soundproofing brings further improvements and Honda has worked at reducing engine, road and wind noise.
4 seconds away from rest and refinement is excellent with a mere whisper of tyre and wind noise.
Specifically, built-in voice recognition surpasses wind noise as the problem most frequently reported by new-vehicle owners[sup.
An 11-year Honda veteran, Boh oversees wind noise marketability throughout a product's development.
With over 100 patents and superior performance in beam-forming noise suppression, echo cancellation and wind noise suppression, Fortemedia's solutions have been adopted by industry leaders across a wide variety of markets.
Removing wind noise is typically an extremely difficult and time-consuming process that involves taking apart and reconstructing rough areas within each audio track.
The vehicle will also offer soundproof windscreen glass that will help reduce wind noise, while improvements to core areas of the body structure, such as bush-mounted sub frames and new transmission mounting brackets.
With over 100 patents and superior performance in beam-forming noise suppression, echo cancellation and wind noise suppression, Fortemedia's leading solutions have been adopted by industry leaders across a wide variety of markets.
Typically, you try to catch up, but you get a fair amount of wind noise," says Weissner, a financial consultant.
Even at maximum motorway speeds, there was very little road, engine or wind noise.
The voice processing on FM-1288 is designed specifically to meet demanding automotive applications, and contains state-of-the-art algorithms to suppress wind noise, road noise and engine noise commonly encountered in vehicles, while preserving the naturalness of the talker's voice signals.
On top of the safety concerns, there is wind noise to contend with.