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Audiometry (1-18 kHz)

Medical & Music
Last Update
Mar 02, 2021
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With increasing age people's hearing worsens . Youth to 20 years hear quite good, up to ca. 18 kHz. A 90-Year-old just hear only ca. 5 kHz. A 30 to 40-year-old should hear up to 14.000 Hz. Loud music or noise lowers this level. Test your hearing ability and determine how old you are (resp. your ear) really is. You can adjust the frequency from 1.000 Hz to 18.000 Hz. The program replaces not a professional hearing test. Use it generally to test your hearing. If something is suspicious consult your doctor for a professional hearing test. Technical data: - Frequency from 1.000 Hz to 18.000 Hz is adjustable - Volume adjustable - Play, Stop button Use: - At first test some frequencies - Press the play-button - Adjust the volume - Start the Test with 1.000 Hz and set frequency up until you hear the tone no longer. - The equivalent age is displayed Hints: Use this program carefully. Do not play the tones near children, other pets. System: - For iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with 8.0 or higher

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Oct 03, 2009

I am in an audio recording school and purchased this app. hoping to gain more responsive hearing to certain frequencies as I train my ear. This app. was useless. It does not do anything below 1K, or anything between 1k to 2k, or 2k to 3k.... and so on. You can only listen to 1k, 2k, 3k, 4k, 5k etc... up to 20k. That's it... Which for some old peoples advantage of figuring out if they can hear or not is...I guess, fine. Anyone who is serious about listening to or for certain frequencies, go to Studio Six Digital, and purchase the Generator app... It's amazing, and makes this app look even more sub-par. This app is worthless and should be free... this did not cost you anything to make and is so inefficient that you should remove the price, or the app such as not to waste more consumers money. Thanks!

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About Audiometry (1-18 kHz)

Developed by Pocketkai.

Audiometry (1-18 kHz) is ranking in   Medical & Music

Last update was at Mar 02, 2021and the current version is 2.0.

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Audiometry (1-18 kHz) have a 5a user reviews.

Audiometry (1-18 kHz) was released in the App Store. It is developed by Pocketkai, who have also released the following apps.

Audiometry (1-18 kHz) has 5 user reviews.​

Audiometry (1-18 kHz) has an average rating of 1.5. ​The latest version of Audiometry (1-18 kHz) 2.0​ ​​was ​released on Mar 02, 2021​.

You can download Audiometry (1-18 kHz) ​here

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