Room Acoustics 3e CL

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Although the details of the workings of the ear are complicated, the general principles by which humans hear are fairly simple. The sound wave acts as if the book is not even there. Since the sound intensity has to be high (in excess of 90 dB), precisely of the right frequency, and sustained for a few seconds, there is little danger of breaking one's wine glass while casually listening to music on the stereo! The number of modes increases very rapidly with frequency and they move ever more closely together.

Pages: 342

Publisher: CRC Press; 3 edition (December 31, 1990)

ISBN: 1851665765

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