Equivalent noise

 

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Equivalent noise

A mike in a completely silent room still generates some residual noise. This generated noise can be measured and is figured by taking a mike's sensitivity and relating it to the threshold value of hearing. A more common method is stating the signal-to-noise ratio.

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Equivalent noise  --  A mike in a completely silent room still generates some residual noise. This generated noise can be measured and is figured by taking a mike's sensitivity and relating it to the threshold value of hearing. A more common method is stating the signal-to-noise ratio.

  

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