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Table 1

Overview about the impulse sounds. The third column contains the C-weighted peak sound pressure levels as recorded and as intended during playback. The forth column lists the sound pressure levels measured in a free field (FF) and measured with the ear simulators of the HATS representing the sound pressure at eardrum (ED).

No. Description LCpeak in dB(C)
Wave file rec./playb. Measured FF/ED
S1 Bursting balloon 128.4/118.8 118.2/130.9
S2 Rattle of cutlery 82.2 82.6/88.8
S3 Slamming of a book 98.9 97.5/107.8
S4 Rattle of dishes 91.5 91.1/102.0
S5 Glass clink 86.2 86.7/99.6
S6 Glass put on table 100.1 98.4/106.7
S7 Knife on a plate 95.7 96.7/107.8
S8 Keychain dropped 109.3 109.7/123.3
S9 Starter clapper 133.3/117.2 113.6/124.4

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