Audible Range

Term Category: Voice Science

The Audible Range is the range of frequencies that the human ear can perceive. For the average human this range is about 20 to 20,000 hertz, this range is affected by acoustic conditions, age, health, and accumulated hearing damage. Humans are more sensitive to frequencies between 2-5 kHz and these frequencies are perceived as being louder.

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