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  • At the limit of its range, the sound produced by the LRAD, is roughly 95 decibels – equivalent to standing a few feet away from a speeding subway train or chain saw.

    Boing Boing: July 16, 2006 - July 22, 2006 Archives

  • Better known as LRAD, it can be used as a loudspeaker to communicate with large crowds, but it is also capable of emitting painfully loud blasts of sound.

    Police State Canada 2010 and the Olympic Crackdown

  • Not only did they teargas protesters and bystanders alike, but the authorities used two other prominent tools; one an acoustic weapon called the LRAD, and the other a simple but effective 'snatch and grab.'

    Jeanine Molloff: A Revolution of Values, Bearing Witness to the Death of Our Rights

  • The LRAD is a highly directional speaker made of a flat array of piezoelectric transducers, producing intense beam of sound in a 30-degree cone.

    Slashdot: Hardware

  • The LRAD is a highly directional speaker made of a flat array of piezoelectric transducers, producing intense beam of sound in a 30-degree cone.

    Slashdot

  • The LRAD is a highly directional speaker made of a flat array of piezoelectric transducers, producing intense beam of sound in a 30-degree cone.

    Slashdot

  • The LRAD is a highly directional speaker made of a flat array of piezoelectric transducers, producing intense beam of sound in a 30-degree cone.

    Slashdot

  • The LRAD is a highly directional speaker made of a flat array of piezoelectric transducers, producing intense beam of sound in a 30-degree cone.

    Slashdot: Hardware

  • The LRAD is a highly directional speaker made of a flat array of piezoelectric transducers, producing intense beam of sound in a 30-degree cone.

    Slashdot

  • The LRAD is the latest invention to spring from Norris's restless brain.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

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  • Long Range Acoustic Device - aka. A sonic gun.

    December 6, 2014