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Results of the 1986 AES Audiometric Survey

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Many members of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) are employed in positions that require critical listening to sounds, frequently at high-intensity levels. Previous audiometric surveys of the membership in 1975 and 1976 suggest that some of the members are at risk for hearing loss due to the high-intensity sound exposure. This prompted the Los Angeles Section of the AES to provide for a follow-up audiometric survey to reassess the hearing level of the AES members. The results of the survey, performed at the 1986 November meeting in Los Angeles, are reported.

JAES Volume 36 Issue 9 pp. 686-691; September 1988
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