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pure tone

(pyūr tōn),
a tone of only one frequency.
See also: complex sound, fundamental tone, overtone.

pure tone

(pyūr tōn)
An audible tone that can be represented by a sine wave; an oscillation showing only one frequency of vibration, with no overtones or harmonics.
See also: conduction, sine wave

pure tone

A sound composed of a single frequency. It has no overtones and no harmonics and can be represented graphically by a sinusoidal wave (a wave having the shape of the trigonometric sine curve y = sin x)..
See also: tone
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To determine whether the OtoID was accurate for serial self-testing regardless of sex, age, and hearing status, a comparison was necessary between pure tone results obtained from serial automated testing and serial manual testing across testing environments and test frequencies.
Pure tone air and bone conduction threshold audiometry with and without masking and determination of uncomfortable loudness levels.
It was used as a crosscheck test to confirm the provisional diagnosis made using the pure tone audiometry.
Acoustics-Audiometric Test Methods--Part 1: Basic Pure Tone Air and Bone Conduction Audiometry.
Ruth Ann Swenson, making her local debut, sang Semele with pure tone and great enjoyment of the coloratura.
The MDVIP physician also provides additional screenings, including a psychological screening (depression index), Epworth Sleepiness Index (helpful in diagnosing sleep disorders), pulmonary function testing, pure tone audiogram (determines hearing loss and severity level) and complete vaccination and procedure history.
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Patients underwent pure tone audiometry (PTA) and tympanometry on admission, then monthly for 3 months.
NHANES data collected through 2006 are posted online and include demographic information; pure tone audiometric thresholds for subsets of participants; and questions about military service, noise exposure, and tinnitus perception.
Loved for his melodic playing and pure tone, he has risen fast on the British jazz scene.
None of the nasal, strangulated vocals so often associated with this register: just pure tone, effortlessly produced by a singer I predict has a brilliant future.