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2014-12-17 23:03:57

Acoustical and noise control specialist continues positive momentum following recent Industrial Noise Control acquisition. Agawam, MA (PRWEB) December 17, 2014

2014-12-17 23:03:51

Dr. Lev Kalika has begun to use diagnostic ultrasound imaging to treat LBP.

2014-12-16 23:01:11

Claudio Lastrucci, Research & Development Director at Powersoft, to Deliver "A New High Performance Moving Magnetic Acoustic Transducer" Tutorial at the Premier Event for the Loudspeaker

2014-12-12 23:02:45

Practices accredited by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) have demonstrated competency in every aspect of their operation. Lake Orion,

2014-12-11 12:30:13

Hans Zimmer on the DUBS: "The world has waited a long time for a high-performance earplug that captures music the way it's meant to be heard." NEW YORK, Dec.

2014-12-11 08:36:46

Focuses for 2015 include corporate and healthcare sound masking projects WALTHAM, Mass., Dec.11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

2014-12-10 23:11:43

S-2000 Acoustical Wall & Ceiling Panels Provide an Affordable Solution for Combatting Reverberations Agawam, MA (PRWEB) December 10, 2014 Sound Seal,

2014-11-27 12:22:01

COVENTRY, England, November 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sonobex [http://www.sonobex.com ] will be exhibiting at POWER-GEN International from 9-11 December 2014 in


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2010-09-24 18:11:38

A tuning fork, formed of a two-pronged fork, is an acoustic resonator with prongs formed from a U-shaped bar of elastic metal. When struck against a surface it resonates at a specific constant pitch emitting a pure musical tone after waiting a moment for some high overtones to die out. The length of the prongs determines the particular pitch of the fork. Most of the time it is used as a standard of pitch to tune other musical instruments. In 1711, John Shore invented the tuning fork. The...

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