Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Sound Crossword

3. connection from signal source
4. Pressure Level (SPL) the loudness of an acoustic wave stated in dB that is proportional to the logarithm of its intensity.
6. a unit of electrical power
8. the length of a sound wave in air
9. number of occurrences of a repeated event per unit time
11. an electrical circuit designed to increase the current or voltage of an applied signal
13. a sensation perceived by sense of hearing
16. The relative magnitude of a signal
1. The quality of a sound related to its harmonic structure.
2. a loudspeaker designed to reproduce bass frequencies
5. the part of a dynamic loudspeaker attached to the voice coil that moves and produces the sound
7. (highs) the upper end of the audio spectrum reproduced by tweeters, usually 3 - 4 kHz and up
10. a complete path that allows electrical current from one terminal of a voltage source to the other terminal
12. a loudspeaker transducer designed to reproduce low-frequency sounds
14. (E) a unit of measurement used to measure how much "pressure" is used to force electricity through a circuit
15. The low end of the audio frequency spectrum between 0Hz to about 200 Hz

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