Probe Microphone Measurements: Hearing Aid Selection and Assessment
Singular Publishing Group, 1992 - Medical - 297 pages
Explores the usage of of probe microphone measurements in hearing instrument fitting. Comprehensive and totally up-to-date, featuring a range of practical information, this text completely covers probe microphone measurements with 300 references.
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E CHAPTER 2 E ProbeMicrophone Instrumentation
E CHAPTER 3 E Terminology and Procedures
E CHAPTER 4 E Procedural Considerations in ProbeMicrophone
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