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## How do you convert dB to Hz?

1 phon is equivalent to 1 deciBel at 1000 Hz (1 kHz). The conversion of hz to deciblel is not possible. decibel is the unit of measuring intensity. hz is the unit of measuring frequency.

**How many Hz is a dB?**

1000 Hz

db (decibel) Decibel is the proportional unit of sound volume. The lowest sound audible with a normal (average) hearing is 0 dB (2 ∙ 10-5 pascals as a sound pressure value or 10-12 W/m2 as an intensity value at 1000 Hz).

**How many dB is 60hz?**

For instance, a 60 dB sound with a frequency of 1000 Hz sounds louder than a 60 dB sound with a frequency of 500 Hz. The unit phon is used to indicate an individual’s perception of loudness. By definition, 1 phon is equivalent to 1 deciBel at 1000 Hz (1 kHz).

### Can you convert decibels to frequency?

dB is volume (sound pressure), frequency is pitch. The two are entirely different concepts and can’t be converted.

**How many Hertz is 40 decibels?**

Using the 1000 Hz sound as a standard, for example, if you look at the 40 phon line*2, the sound pressure of 1000 Hz is 40 dB, but you can tell it’s 60 dB for 125 Hz, and 73 dB for 63 Hz.

**How do I convert to dB?**

The dB is calculated via two different expressions XdB=10log10(XlinXref)orYdB=20log10(YlinYref). If you convert a quantity X that relates to power or energy, the factor is 10. If you convert a quantity Y that relates to amplitude, the factor is 20.

## What does dB Hz mean?

C/N0, on the other hand, is usually expressed in decibel-Hertz (dB-Hz) and refers to the ratio of the carrier power and the noise power per unit bandwidth.

**What is difference between dB and Hz?**

Hertz is used to measure frequency, but decibel is used to measure intensity level. Hertz is an absolute unit, which does not depend on external factors. Decibel is dependent on the reference intensity as well as the multiplication factor at the beginning of the equation.

**How many dB is 1000hz?**

60 dB

Using the 1000 Hz sound as a standard, for example, if you look at the 40 phon line*2, the sound pressure of 1000 Hz is 40 dB, but you can tell it’s 60 dB for 125 Hz, and 73 dB for 63 Hz.

### How many dB is a sone?

Sones are used to measure noise, such as fans, which includes kitchen fans, bathroom fans, and those found in your range hood. One sone is equal to about 1,000 Hz with a sound level about 40 decibels above a normal reference level.

**How do you convert magnitude to dB?**

y = db2mag( ydb ) returns the magnitude measurements, y , that correspond to the decibel (dB) values specified in ydb . The relationship between magnitude and decibels is ydb = 20 log10( y ).

**What is the relation between DB and Hz?**

First of all we should consider the strong difference between dB and Hz. dB expresses just a ratio between two quantities, which can be physical quantities or pure numbers. On the other hand, Hz is the unit of measurement for frequencies. You COULD express a frequency in dB taking a reference frequency conventionally chosen, for example, 1Hz.

## Is it possible to convert dB to Hz?

It is used to represent a quantity in terms of a chosen base quantity. From a decibel value, we can get an idea of how large a quantity is relative to the base quantity. It is not possible to convert dB to Hz because both are entirely different quantities representing different measurements.

**Which is higher Hz or DB?**

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**How do you calculate phons with Hz and DB?**

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