acoustic aphasia n.
See auditory aphasia.
- Acoustic coupler
a modem designed to connect a telephone handset to a computer terminal or processor. noun (computing) a device converting computer-data signals into acoustic form for transmission down a telephone line, through the handset microphone See also modem hardware, communications A device used to connect a modem to a telephone line via an ordinary handset. The […]
- Acoustic feature
any acoustic property of a speech sound that may be recorded and analyzed, as its fundamental frequency or formant structure. an acoustic property that defines a class of speech sounds, especially in distinctive feature analysis, as acute, grave, or diffuse. Historical Examples They are not responsible for any specific sound or acoustic feature of sounds […]
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- Acoustic feedback
(in an audio system, especially a public-address system) the feedback of sound from a loudspeaker to a microphone, often resulting in a whistling noise caused by electrical oscillations.