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What is the decibel level of an average rooster's crow?
An average rooster's crow is approximately 90 decibels. This is about as loud as a dog barking. Chickens themselves average 60-70 decibels, which is on par with human conversation.
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Between 1 and 20db
Laws will vary by jurisdiction and there may be exceptions or less restrictions for engines manufactured prior the passage of the latest statute. 75-80 dBA at 50 feet wou…ld be considered quiet in most states.
Scroll down to related links and look at "Decibel Sound Pressure Level Examples".
It depends on the type of car.
That depends how close you measure to the rocket. The closer - the louder! The distance is very important if you measure with a sound pressure level meter.
That depends on two things: On the volume of the shouter. (There is no average shout!) And on the distance where your ears are. The closer, the more decibels are the…re. I suggest: Go far away from a shouter.
For many vehicles, the road contact noise will be larger than the noise from engine or exhaust. Even inside the vehicle, the noise level will vary from 70db or so for a nois…y car, down to 40dB for a quality car. Outside the car, the sound level should not be greater than 80 dB at say 3m. It varies widely with type of engine, type of car, and speed.
The range is 0dB to 194dB If you listen to anything over 90dB for a long period of time your hearing will start to go bad. See related link for more information
Audio perception of intensity of sound. Every additional 3 decibels represents a doubling.
A unit used to measure the intensity of a sound or the power level of an electrical signal. Someones voice could raise by a decibel. It is used to measure the sound intensity… and loudness.
A decibel meter can be purchased in a high end electronic store and there is a decibel meter app available for smart phones. If you wish to measure the amount of sound coming …from your vacuum cleaner and you have a smart phone, then I would recommend using the app because it is much cheaper than the scientific tool.
A unit used to measure the intensity of a sound or the power level of an electrical signal. Someones voice could raise by a decibel.
That depends completely on where you set the volume knob on the amp.
A crowing rooster can have a crow that is upwards of a decibel level of 70. This can be comparable to the decimal level of a raised human voice.
That depends on how large the actual bell is ! The larger the bell - the bigger sound it makes !