High-frequency audiometry. Accelerometric findings with electric bone-conduction audiometry.

@article{Lppnen1991HighfrequencyAA,
  title={High-frequency audiometry. Accelerometric findings with electric bone-conduction audiometry.},
  author={H L{\"o}pp{\"o}nen and Kirsi Laitakari and Martti Sorri},
  journal={Scandinavian audiology},
  year={1991},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={61-7}
}
The skull vibrations induced by an electrical high-frequency audiometer (Audimax 500) were measured with a sensitive accelerometer in 5 subjects. The measurements included the maximum output levels, the equivalent threshold force level (ETFL) decreases, the distortions over the whole frequency range (0.5-20 kHz) of the audiometer and the effect of different electrode positions. The results showed that there is a real bone-conduction effect with this audiometer throughout the high-frequency… CONTINUE READING

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