Artificial head binaural recording and acoustical measurements

A soft artificial ear is easy to assemble so calibration can be done easily. The electroacoustic signal output from the 2 matched microphones is very stable. Microphones comply with IEC61072-1 standard.

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Artificial head binaural recording and acoustical measurements

A soft artificial ear is easy to assemble so calibration can be done easily. The electroacoustic signal output from the 2 matched microphones is very stable. Microphones comply with IEC61072-1 standard.

Model PAH-01
Built-in microphone model PMP27
Microphone directivity Omnidirectional
Sensitivity -36dB re 1V at 1
Pa
Frequency Range 20Hz 20000Hz
Impedance 2.2KΩ
Maximum input sound
pressure level (
3% THD
@ 1KHz
)
155dB
( 0dB SPL = 2 ×
10-5Pa
)
Signal to noise
ratio
(rel. 94 dB SPL)
72 dB
Noise floor 22 dBA
Power supply 48V phantom
power
Connector 3 pin XLR

Microphone sensitivity:

Artificial Head microphone sensitivity

Artificial Head microphone sensitivityHRTF (Head-related transfer function)

values are shown here below:

HRTF Graph Artificial head front

HRTF Graph Artificial head front

HRTF Graph Artificial head left 90 degrees
HRTF Graph Artificial head left 90 degrees

 

HRTF Graph Artificial head left 45 degrees
HRTF Graph Artificial head left 45 degrees

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