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Getting sound back to the acoustic domain

Getting sound back to the acoustic domain: Digital Audio Foundations
Getting sound back to the acoustic domain: Digital Audio Foundations

Speakers and other transducers convert analog signals back into sound in the acoustic domain. Human ears hear differently depending on the volume of the sound, with bass and treble seeming louder at higher overall levels—as shown by the Fletcher-Munson equal loudness contours. Room acoustics, and the physical nature of speakers, also affect the sound.

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