loudness unit

loudness unit

[′lau̇d·nəs ‚yü·nət]
(acoustics)
A unit of loudness equal to the loudness of a sound having a loudness level of 0 phon; the loudness unit has been replaced by the sone.
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Functions include the ability to audition AES67 streams on-demand using the PC sound card; monitoring of two Ethernet NICs simultaneously for true ST2022-7 compatibility; a Stream Health Monitor that keeps track of jitter, dropped packets and data errors; LUFS metering with detailed tracking of Loudness Units over time; alarms for silence-sensing, under-level or over-level alerts, with user-definable thresholds; SDP interrogation of each monitored stream, with information copyable to clipboard for documentation purposes or for use with other applications as well as per-stream Status Window with display of audio level content over time, errors over time, and file-based error report.