What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
chapter Part One Background of the Audiometer
Evaluating the Audiogram and Speech Hearing Tests
Audiometric Studies as an Aid to Diagnosis
13 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
acoustic actually air conduction amplification appear articulation audible audiogram audiometer Auditory average battery better bone conduction calibration canal cause circuit Co-author compared conduction receiver curve cycles deafened deafness decibels defects determining distortion effect electrical equal field Figure fitting frequency greater hard of hearing hearing aid hearing impairment hearing loss hearing tests higher illustrated important increase indicate individual intelligibility intensity less limited loudness lower manufacturers masking maximum means measured method microphone nerve noise normal ear Note operator output percentage period persons phonographic possible present pressure problems produce Public pure tone range receiver recorded recruitment reduced reference relative reports response right ear score selective shift shown shows sound speech standard technique threshold tion unit vacuum tube values variations various voice wide