The field-theoretic description of dynamical critical effects of the
influence of disorder on acoustic anomalies near the temperature of the
second-order phase transition is considered for three-dimensional Ising-like
systems. Calculations of the sound attenuation in pure and dilute Ising-like
systems near the critical point are presented. The dynamical scaling function
for the critical attenuation coefficient is calculated. The influence of
quenched disorder on the asymptotic behaviour of the critical ultrasonic
anomalies is discussed.