equal loudness curve

curva de igual sensibilidad acústica f

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  • Equal-loudness contour — An equal loudness contour is a measure of sound pressure (dB SPL), over the frequency spectrum, for which a listener perceives a constant loudness when presented with pure steady tones. The unit of measurement for loudness levels is the phon, and …   Wikipedia

  • Loudness — is the quality of a sound that is the primary psychological correlate of physical strength (amplitude).Loudness, a subjective measure, is often confused with objective measures of sound pressure such as decibels or sound intensity. Filters such… …   Wikipedia

  • Minimum audibility curve — is a standardised graph of the threshold of hearing versus frequency for an average human, and is used as the reference level when measuring hearing loss with an audiometer as shown on an audiogram. Audiograms are produced using a piece of test… …   Wikipedia

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  • Grey noise — is random noise subjected to a psychoacoustic equal loudness curve (such as an inverted A weighting curve) over a given range of frequencies, giving the listener the perception that it is equally loud at all frequencies. This is in contrast to… …   Wikipedia

  • A-weighting — A graph of the A , B , C and D weightings across the frequency range 10 Hz – 20 kHz Video illustrating A weighting by analyzing a sine sweep (contains audio) A weighting is the most …   Wikipedia

  • sound — sound1 soundable, adj. /sownd/, n. 1. the sensation produced by stimulation of the organs of hearing by vibrations transmitted through the air or other medium. 2. mechanical vibrations transmitted through an elastic medium, traveling in air at a… …   Universalium

  • Sound — /sownd/, n. The, a strait between SW Sweden and Zealand, connecting the Kattegat and the Baltic. 87 mi. (140 km) long; 3 30 mi. (5 48 km) wide. Swedish and Danish, Oresund. * * * I Mechanical disturbance that propagates as a longitudinal wave… …   Universalium

  • Weighting — The process of weighting involves emphasising some aspects of a phenomenon, or of a set of data giving them more weight in the final effect or result. It is analogous to the practice of adding extra weight to one side of a pair of scales to… …   Wikipedia

  • Robinson-Dadson curves — The Robinson Dadson curves are one of many sets of equal loudness contours for the human ear, determined experimentally by D W Robinson and R S Dadson, and reported in a paper entitled A re determination of the equal loudness relations for pure… …   Wikipedia

  • Weighting filter — A weighting filter is used to emphasise or suppress some aspects of a phenomenon compared to others, for measurement or other purposes. Contents 1 Audio application …   Wikipedia

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