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ASA - ANSI/ASA S3.35

American National Standard Method of Measurement of Performance Characteristics of Hearing Aids Under Simulated Real-Ear Working Conditions

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Organization: ASA
Publication Date: 1 January 2004
Status: inactive
Page Count: 50

Document History

February 25, 2010
American National Standard Method of Measurement of Performance Characteristics of Hearing Aids Under Simulated Real-Ear Working Conditions
The purpose of this standard is to describe test methods which include the acoustical effects of a simulated median adult wearer on the performance of a hearing aid. Measurements made under...
February 25, 2010
American National Standard Method of Measurement of Performance Characteristics of Hearing Aids Under Simulated Real-Ear Working Conditions
The purpose of this standard is to describe test methods which include the acoustical effects of a simulated median adult wearer on the performance of a hearing aid. Measurements made under...
February 25, 2010
American National Standard Method of Measurement of Performance Characteristics of Hearing Aids Under Simulated Real-Ear Working Conditions
The purpose of this standard is to describe test methods which include the acoustical effects of a simulated median adult wearer on the performance of a hearing aid. Measurements made under...
ANSI/ASA S3.35
January 1, 2004
American National Standard Method of Measurement of Performance Characteristics of Hearing Aids Under Simulated Real-Ear Working Conditions
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January 1, 1985
American National Standard Methods of Measurement of Performance Characteristics of Hearing Aids Under Simulated In-Situ Working Conditions
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