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ANSI S3.36-1985 (R2006)

Specification for Manikin for Simulated in situ Airborne Acoustic Measurements

Describes a manikin for airborne acoustic measurements. It comprises a head with external ears and ear canals, and a torso that simulate a median human adult. It is intended primarily as an instrument for measuring the acoustic gain of hearing aids under simulated in situ conditions. Both geometric and acoustical response descriptions are given.

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