subaudible

subaudible

(sʌbˈɔːdɪbəl)
adj
below audible level
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12) What, then, are the subaudible conventions of Romantic liberalism that it can make itself heard in the refusal to designate oneself in relation to a particular world-view?
In his review of subliminal perception, subliminal advertising, subaudible messages, and embedded stimuli, Moore stated that although subliminal perception does exist, the subliminal stimuli are usually so weak that potential effects are easily nullified by other competing stimuli.
Audible or subaudible acoustics can have significant effects on individuals.
Subaudible infrasonic sound waves were detected as far away as Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba, 1,400 km (870 miles) to the east, by a sensitive array of microphones in a worldwide network used to monitor the nuclear test-ban treaty.