Sound Field

Technology / Home Audio / Sound Field: The totality of the sound presented by the audio system. This includes the sound as it was recorded, mixed, transported, reproduced, and finally heard by the listener.

Other Words for Field

Field Noun Synonyms: battlefield, battleground, airfield, (cricket) pitch, football or hockey or soccer field, gridiron
Field Verb Synonyms: ground, land, arable, pasture, grassland, meadow, green, lawn, common, clearing, tract, area, acreage, greensward, lea, sward, mead
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Other Words for Sound

Sound Adjective Synonyms: resound, reverberate, echo, resonate
Sound Verb Synonyms: undamaged, uninjured, whole, unmarred, in good condition or shape, intact, unimpaired, unscathed
Sound Noun Synonyms: tone, noise, din, cacophony, report
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Reverberant Field

Technology / Home Audio / Reverberant Field: The sound field that exists when the reflected sound at a listening position predominates over the direct sound from the source. This contrasts with near field effects. Layout, reflectivity and spatia MORE

Free Sound Field

Technology / Home Audio / Free Sound Field: A sound field without acoustic boundaries or where the boundaries are so distant as to cause negligible reflections over the frequency range of audible sound. If the boundaries exist but completely ab MORE

Nondiegetic Sound

Technology / Television (TV) / Nondiegetic Sound: Sound that does not occur in the diegetic space (the characters' world), such as music that is added in post-production. MORE

Midfield

Entertainment / Football / Midfield: The 50-yard line, which divides the length of the field in half. MORE

Near Field Sound

Technology / Home Audio / Near Field Sound: Typically, any point where the direct sound emission is measurably louder than the reflections of that sound. From a more accurate technical perspective, this is the point where the velocity of molecu MORE

Oil Field

Science / Geology / Oil Field: An underground accumulation of oil and gas concentrated beneath an impermeable trap, preventing its escape upward. MORE

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