Definition of Audibility. Meaning of Audibility. Synonyms of Audibility

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Definition of Audibility

Audibility
Audibility Au`di*bil"i*ty, n. The quality of being audible; power of being heard; audible capacity.

Meaning of Audibility from wikipedia

- Audible may refer to: Audible (service), an online audiobook store Audible (American football), a tactic used by quarterbacks Audible finish or rushed...
- Audible is an American online audiobook and podcast service that allows users to purchase and stream audiobooks and other forms of spoken word content...
- The Audibles is a Grammy nominated pop and hip hop production duo from Las Vegas, Nevada, consisting of Dominic "DJ" Jordan and Jimmy "Jimmy G" Giannos...
- A stop with no audible release, also known as an unreleased stop or an applosive, is a stop consonant with no release burst: no audible indication of the...
- Minimum audibility curve is a standardized graph of the threshold of hearing frequency for an average human, and is used as the reference level when measuring...
- phase relationships, without changing amplitudes, can be audible but the degree of audibility of the type of phase shifts expected from typical sound systems...
- becomes inaudible is always lower than the point at which it returns to audibility. This phenomenon is known as the 'hysteresis effect'. Psychometric function...
- uncomfortable with the formation the defense is using, they may call an audible change to their play. For example, if a quarterback receives the call to...
- Audible Magic Corporation (commonly Audible Magic) is a Los Gatos, California-based company that provides content identification services to social networks...
- In acoustics and audio, a transient is a high amplitude, short-duration sound at the beginning of a waveform that occurs in phenomena such as musical sounds...