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dB Decibel Meter - sound level measurement tool

dB Meter in your pocket

dB Meter in your pocket

dB Decibel Meter - sound level measurement tool

by Elena Polyanskaya
dB Decibel Meter - sound level measurement tool
dB Decibel Meter - sound level measurement tool
dB Decibel Meter - sound level measurement tool

What is it about?

dB Meter in your pocket.

dB Decibel Meter - sound level measurement tool

App Details

Version
2.0
Rating
(79)
Size
27Mb
Genre
Productivity Utilities
Last updated
October 8, 2016
Release date
October 20, 2015
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App Store Description

dB Meter in your pocket.

Sound level meter with exclusive accuracy of measurements. Calibrated with professional high-precision decibel meter.

Please note that dB Meter - lux decibel measurement tool app is not a replacement for a professional device and should be used for private purposes only. It provides a simple way to measure audio volumes in your environment.

Features:

- Full support for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

- Unique and attractive design.

- Exclusive simplicity and convenience of use .

- Highly accurate measurements.


Have any questions or suggestions? Write to us: [email protected]

DB Chart
150-160 dB = Eardrum rupture

140 decibel = Aircraft carrier deck.

130 dB = Jet take-off (100 meters), gun blast at close range.

120 dB= Human pain threshold, loud rock concert.

110 decibel = Serious hearing damage if sustained for more than 1 hour.

100 dB = Serious hearing damage if sustained for more than 8 hours.

90 decibel = Likely hearing damage if sustained for more than 8 hours.

80 decibel = Potential but unlikely hearing damage if sustained for more than 8 hours.

70 dB = Just annoying, but probably safe.

60 dB= Typical conversational volume.

50 dB = A quiet, library conversation.

40 decibel = A whisper.

30 dB= Barely audible sound.

20 decibel= Threshold of human hearing.