House Ear Institute Listens to Industry, Provides Services

January 2005
Mix;Jan2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p67
The article reports that the House Ear Institute, a non-profit hearing health institute located in Los Angeles, California offered complimentary hearing screenings and hearing health information at the Audio Engineers Society show held during October 28-31, 2004, in San Francisco, California.


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