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A Wideband Miniature Microphone

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Microphones intended for speech communication systems have traditionally had a response which was purposely limited to the speech frequencies. Although such a response may maximize speech perception under adverse conditions, it does not sound -natural.- A new microphone small and rugged enough to be used in headworn hearing aids has been designed with a smooth response from 50 Hz to 8 kHz.

JAES Volume 18 Issue 6 pp. 631-635; December 1970
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