anechoic chamber


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an·e·cho·ic cham·ber

a room designed to absorb all sound so as to eliminate all echoes; used for research on hearing and sensory deprivation.

an·e·cho·ic cham·ber

(an'ĕ-kō'ik chām'bĕr)
A soundproof environment in which reverberation is largely eliminated, for the performance of audiologic testing and research.
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