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Under the water, audible but for our own loud inhales and exhales, the humpbacks’ song prevailed.
Instead of light, it would beam audible signals to help underwater machines navigate.Bye-bye batteries? Power a phone with fabric or a beacon with sound|Kathryn Hulick|January 6, 2021|Science News For Students
Then, abruptly, the sound broke off into deathly silence as the limit of audibility was passed.Wanderer of Infinity|Harl Vincent
None of his predecessors has excelled him in courtesy and assiduity; as regards audibility there is room for improvement.
Our voices are probably pitched way above the limit of audibility.The Raid on the Termites|Paul Ernst
The isacoustic lines thus show how the audibility of the sound varies throughout the sound area.
The lower limit of audibility varies not only in different individuals, but also in different races.