The basic purpose of a sound room in audiometric testing is to provide the proper acoustical environment so that tests can be conducted without interference from outside noise.
A room of this type should afford adequate ventilation and lighting so that the subject will be comfortable while his hearing is being evaluated. Not only does the room supply environmental control but it eliminates distraction from changes on the visual horizon which may invalidate an audiogram as readily as acoustical interference.
Innovative Eckel audiometric rooms and suites can be created for all audiological measurements and research, and combine excellent performance with versatile design.
Choice of eight standard models of 4″ thick singtle-wall Eckel Audiometric Rooms are offered to meet most needs.