Activity: Lecture and oral contribution
Rodrigo Pizarro Ordoñez - Lecturer, 30 Nov 2006
A number of large scale studies suggest that the exposure level used with personal stereo systems should raise concern. High levels can be produced by most commercially available mp3 players, and they are generally used in high background noise levels (i.e., while in a bus or train). A field study on young people's habitual sound exposure to personal stereos has been carried out using a measurement method according to principles of ISO 11904-2:2004. Additionally the state of their hearing has also been assessed. This presentation deals with the methodological aspects relating to the quantification of habitual use, estimation of listening levels and exposure levels, and assessment of their state of hearing, by either threshold determination or OAE measurement, with a special view to the general validity of the results (uncertainty factors and their magnitude).
|Conference||152nd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America|
|Date||30-11-06 → 30-11-06|
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