Real Ear

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A measurement made with a dedicated piece of equipment (real ear analyzer) that shows the performance of a hearing aid while present in the user's ear. A real ear assessment usually requires that a small probe be placed into the ear canal so that measurements of both pre- and post placement of the hearing aid can be analyzed. Real ear testing generally utilizes an input of a series of tones that are then measured inside the ear canal after passing through the hearing aid