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Results of the 1986 AES Audiometric Survey
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.
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