microphonics


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microphonics

(ˌmaɪkrəˈfɒnɪks)
n
undesirable noise in an electronic device
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[18] using varying concentrations of ethyl alcohol, it was reported that 50% ethyl alcohol caused reduction in cochlear microphonics, and that ototoxicity could be observed in higher concentrations.
Auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD) or auditory dys-synchrony is a condition where otoacoustic emissions (OAE) and/or cochlear microphonics are present, and auditory brainstem responses (ABR) and acoustic reflexes are absent or abnormal (1-4).
Biochemical changes in the inner ear induced by insulin, in relation to the cochlear microphonics. Ann Otol Rhin Laryngol 1960;69:1083-97.
The WaveWay also deploys a specially designed ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) washer between the rear of the WaveWay and the cable outer conductor to buffer and absorb most microphonics before they arrive at the comnector signal path itself.
Figures 8(c), 8(d), 8(e), and 8(f) show the "bad" pulses which are due to electromagnetic disturbances and microphonics. One can see the difference just by naked eye.
Subsequent electrocochleography revealed intact cochlear nerves with the presence of microphonics and action potentials.
The VERITAS Monoblocks are built using Aircraft grade Aluminum in a billet Chassis that is engineered for minimum Microphonics and maximum isolation.
Effects of trichloroethylene exposure on hearing: An investigation of cochlear microphonics and action potential of the guinea pig.
Vatovec, "Brainstem auditory evoked potentials and cochlear microphonics in the HMSN family with auditory neuropathy," Pflugers Archiv--European Journal of Physiology, vol.
time that helps identify the effects of microphonics, fan noise, or motor vibrations," Mr.
The fun began in the evening with enjoyable karaoke organised by karaoke jockey group "Microphonics".
(26) AN is characterized by the presence of OAEs and/or cochlear microphonics, which suggests that normal outer hair function in conjunction with absent or grossly abnormal auditory brain stem responses.