ASA - ANSI/ASA S3.7

American National Standard Method for Measurement and Calibration of Earphones

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Publication Date: 22 August 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 46
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The electroacoustic test methods described in this standard are primarily for use with circumaural (overthe- ear), supra-aural (against-the-ear) and insert (ear-canal) type earphones, but may be applied to other types as well. Although these methods are generally applicable to earphones for all uses, the most common application of these methods are for earphones intended for hearing aids and audiometric testing and for receivers or other electroacoustic transducers intended for use in an earphone. In all cases, connection to the device under test is analog electrical; Digital, USB, or wireless systems are not considered. For additional requirements and tests for earphones for consumer audio applications, reference is made to IEC 60268-7.

Document History

ANSI/ASA S3.7
August 22, 2016
American National Standard Method for Measurement and Calibration of Earphones
The electroacoustic test methods described in this standard are primarily for use with circumaural (overthe- ear), supra-aural (against-the-ear) and insert (ear-canal) type earphones, but may be...
January 1, 1995
American National Standard Method for Coupler Calibration of Earphones
This standard specifies and describes earphone couplers that are in current use, together with their capabilities and limitations, and presents methods for the coupler calibration of earphones....
January 1, 1995
American National Standard Method for Coupler Calibration of Earphones
The standard specifies and describes earphone couplers that are in current use, together with their capabilities and limitations, and presents methods for the coupler calibration of earphones....
January 1, 1995
American National Standard Method for Coupler Calibration of Earphones
This standard specifies and describes earphone couplers that are in current use, together with their capabilities and limitations, and presents methods for the coupler calibration of earphones.

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