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Re: AUDITORY Digest - 11 Nov 2008 to 12 Nov 2008 (#2008-230)



Richard,
Please look at:

http://hear.ai.uiuc.edu/public/AllenJengLevitt05.pdf

I believe the type of loss your thinking of is well know, and measurable using wide band pressure reflectance technology, which is a variation on a wide band acoustic impedance measurement (not tymp).

Jont Allen


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Date:    Wed, 12 Nov 2008 09:11:14 -0000
From:    Richard - UK <auditory@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Frequency dependent conductive loss

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I have noticed that conductive losses can have unusual profiles.

For example a significant low frequency conductive loss can very steeply
disappear at 2KHz.

Can anyone recommend an on-line PDF or similar which discusses =
conductive loss causes and profiles.

Thanks.
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