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Showco PRISM L3-LF Low Frequency Cabinets (2)

Showco PRISM L3-LF Low Frequency Cabinets (2)

Piano keys labeled with scientific pitch notation and note frequencies

Playing Piano

On a étudié adverbes de fréquence, comme toujours, régulièrement, souvent, parfois/quelquefois, rarement, et jamais.

On a étudié adverbes de fréquence, comme toujours, régulièrement, souvent, parfois/quelquefois, rarement, et jamais.

Chakra Flower Girl increasing vibrational frequencies via opening chakras. This piece was created using ink, colored pencil, and watercolor by Christine Huber You can find products with this design at zazzle.com

Chakra Flower Girl increasing vibrational frequencies via opening chakras. This piece was created using ink, colored pencil, and watercolor by Christine Huber You can find products with this design at zazzle.com

Home - True Frequency Products

Home - True Frequency Products

How To Get The Most From Your EQ - The Audible Frequency Ranges and What They Do

How To Get The Most From Your EQ - The Audible Frequency Ranges and What They Do

Gamma Brain Waves Infographic - Transparent (Follow the Link) > Corphttp://www.transparentcorp.com/products/?c=8261553

Gamma Brain Waves Infographic - Transparent (Follow the Link) > Corphttp://www.transparentcorp.com/products/?c=8261553

While NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) is widely used & accepted, it can also be abused or misunderstood. Be aware:      * The NRC rating is an average of how absorptive a material is at four frequencies (250, 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz). This rating is appropriate for assessing how well a material absorbs sound within the speech frequencies, but can be inadequate for sound generated by music, mechanical equipment or other low-frequency sounds. ETC  !...

While NRC (Noise Reduction Coefficient) is widely used & accepted, it can also be abused or misunderstood. Be aware: * The NRC rating is an average of how absorptive a material is at four frequencies (250, 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz). This rating is appropriate for assessing how well a material absorbs sound within the speech frequencies, but can be inadequate for sound generated by music, mechanical equipment or other low-frequency sounds. ETC !...

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