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# 1.

## It is brought about by a series of

reflections between two parallel
surfaces resulting to prolongation of
sound.
a. Echo
b. Reverberation
c. Interference
d. flutter
2. One hundred twenty microbars of
pressure variation is equal to
a. 41.58 dB SPL
b. 57.78 dB SPL
c. 120 dB SPL
d. 115.56 dB SPL
3. Find the speed of sound if the
temperature is 45 degrees C.
a. 356 m/sec
b. 363 m/sec
c. 385 m/sec
d. 405 m/sec
4 Proximity effect is the microphone
characteristic that results to a boost
in ____ frequencies.
a. Bass
b. Midrange
c. Upper Midrange
d. Treble
5. As the temperature increases, the
velocity of sound _______.
a. Increases
b. Decreases
c. Remains the same
d. Cannot be determined
6. A car horn outdoors produces a
sound intensity level of 90 dB at 10
ft. away. At this distance, what is the
sound power in watts?
a. 0.12
b. 0.012
c. 12
d. 1.2
7. The ______ of a sound depends upon
the energy of motion imparted to the
vibrating molecules of the medium
transmitting the sound.
a. Pitch
b. Loudness
c. Timbre
d. Intensity
8. The term that describes the
highness and lowness of a sound in
the study of acoustics is called
a. Volume
b. Base
c. Tempo
d. Pitch
9. What is the equivalent sound
intensity level of 2 x 10exp-12
w/sq.cm?
a. 43 dB
b. 86 dB
c. 3 dB
d. 6 dB
10. The reverberation time of 200 cu.
Ft. auditorium is 0.45 sec. Find the
total absorption of the material in
sabines.
a. 72
b. 52
c. 42
d. 22
11. Which of the following is the
hearing range of a human ear?
a. 1 to 4 Hz
b. 10 to 100 Hz
c. 10 to 100 Hz
d. 1 to 4 kHz
12. One sq. ft of open window is
equivalent to absorption coefficient
of
a. Unity
b. Zero
c. 4.7
d. 3.0
13. The absorption coefficient of a
person
a. Unity
b. Zero
c. 4.7
d. 3.0
14. A transducer that uses a polarizing
potential and depends upon
capacitive variation of a
corresponding potential difference.
a. Electrodynamic
b. Electoacoustic
c. Electromagnetic
d. Electrostatic
15. What is the typical value of the
impedance of a high impedance
microphone?
a. Greater than 500 ohms
b. Below 1000 ohms
c. Greater than 1000 ohms
d. Below 500 ohms
16. It is used to prevent the sound
waves from the rear of the
loudspeaker from interfering with the
sound waves in front of the speaker.
a. Labyrinth
b. Acoustic driver
c. Baffle
d. Phasing Device
17. A type of microphone which uses
the principle of variable resistance
a. Ceramic
b. Crystal
c. Dynamic
d. Carbon
18. This value refers to the threshold
of hearing.
a. 0 dB
b. 65 dB
c. 120 dB
d. 200 dB
19. 40 sones are equivalent to how
many phons?
a. 40
b. 93.23
c. 73.2
d. 80
20. The term used for the deafness of
higher frequencies due to old age.
a. Ear deafness
b. Presbycusis
c. Cortial deafness
d. Tinnitus
21. The higher the density of the
object, the _____ the velocity of
sound.
a. Lower
b. Higher
c. No effect
d. Cannot be determined
22. Sound is considered as _____ wave
because it travels in parallel with the
medium.
a. Transverse
b. Longitudinal
c. Electromagnetic
d. Light
40. The person who pioneered the
study of room acoustics.
a. Stephens
b. Norris
c. Sabine
d. Bate
43. What is the sound intensity for an
RMS pressure of 200 Pascal?
a. 90 W/m2
b. 98 W/m2
c. 108 W/m2
d. 88 W/m2
50. A circuit that divides the frequency
components into separate bands in
order to have individual feeds to the
different drivers.
a. Suspension system
b. Dividing network
c. Magnet assembly
d. Panel board