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Home Audiometer gives a very good indication if there is a hearing problem or not and how severe it might be and is much more accurate than other 'Do-it-yourself' tests with a CD or no means of calibration. Due to the nature of the calibration any home test cannot be as accurate as a professional hearing test at an ear clinic. Home Audiometer accuracy is within about 10 dB of the true hearing level, compared to around 5dB of a professional test. This is over a total measurable hearing range of 70dB. Features include: Bksy Test procedure to ISO standards; Graphical display of results; System is calibrated by ear without external hardware; And data analysis and categorization. Version 1.9 has small improvement in the user interface.
Price USD30
License Free to try
File Size 721.51 kB
Version 1.9
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows 95 Windows Windows 98 Windows NT Windows Me
System Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000
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