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[ahy-suh-koo-stik or, esp. British, ahy-suh-kou-]
  1. of or relating to two sounds of equal intensity.
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Origin of isacoustic

First recorded in 1895–1900; is- + acoustic
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Historical Examples of isacoustic

  • The peculiar form of the isacoustic lines will be evident at a glance.

    A Study of Recent Earthquakes

    Charles Davison

  • Isacoustic lines” are curves drawn through places where the sound is heard by the same percentage of observers.

  • The isacoustic lines thus show how the audibility of the sound varies throughout the sound area.