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LINGUIST List 17.2995

Thu Oct 12 2006

Qs: Nasometer (Glottal Enterprises)

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        1.    Karthik Durvasula, Nasometer (Glottal Enterprises)


Message 1: Nasometer (Glottal Enterprises)
Date: 09-Oct-2006
From: Karthik Durvasula <karthikdudel.edu>
Subject: Nasometer (Glottal Enterprises)


Dear Linguists,

I am messaging to see if anyone has had any experience with the Nasometer
(Speech Tutor System (Product Code: S/T-S1A)) manufactured and marketed by
Glottal Enterprises. I am interested in knowing the following:

1. Is the system reliable for nasalance measurements?
2. Are there any particular faults/characteristics one should be aware of
before buying the system?
3. Is the system sturdy enough to be used for field work?

Sincerely,
Karthik

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
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