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Re: data reduction: Ear damage by MP3, DVD and digital television?
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- Subject: Re: data reduction: Ear damage by MP3, DVD and digital television?
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- Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 14:36:03 +0100
- Comments: To: Martin Braun <nombraun@POST.NETLINK.SE>
- Delivery-date: Tue Dec 31 09:26:59 2002
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On Mon, 23 Dec 2002, Martin Braun wrote:
> Many tinnitus patients would be useful subjects to test a possible
> difference between conventional and vastly lossy sound reproduction. Is
> anybody aware if such investigations have ever been run?
What kind of investigations would you suggest?
(I have a slight tinnitus and listen to mp3 almost daily...)
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