Take care of your golden ears
with Sound Vaccine™.
GoldenEarClub.com is the first web service solution for the professionals working in the music and audio engineering industry. The musicians and audio engineers can keenly manage their auditory capacity and hearing sensitivity through this self-administered hearing care platform. GoldenEarClub.com is dedicated to bringing its registered members the ultimate experience toward hearing perfection. GoldenEarClub.com is developed and serviced by Goldenear Company, Inc. in U.S.A.
How It Works
Enhance your hearing sensitivity by using a proven Threshold Sound Conditioning™ Technology.
Step 1. Requirement
(1) Log in to www.goldenearclub.com
(2) Plug in headphones
(3) Adjust volume to 50%
(4) Select TSC Level 10-70
(1) Click buttons 1 through 31 to calibrate
(2) Click the display number if you can’t detect signal
(3) Click R button and repeat the same
(4) Calibrate at lower TSC level If you can detect everything
(1) Click the flashing TSC button
(2) Let Sound Vaccine™ activate for 30 minutes
(3) Continue Sound Vaccine™ at least twice a day for 30 minutes each time
(4) Check your hearing sensitivity on My Page
Threshold Sound Conditioning™
Threshold Sound Conditioning (TSC) was officially adopted for the first time by Stanford University in 2012. TSC has shown a significant effect on hearing sensitivity improvement with clinically proved evidence.
A spiral template of a Sound Vaccine produces each of 31 sweep tones. Each of 7 layers of 10 dB step TSC level are calibrated in accordance with 0 dBHL reference values of ISO226:2003 as a function of frequency.
RPR Effects by TSC
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→ Customized Sound Stimulation Improves Pure-Tone Hearing Threshold
Sangyeop Kwak and Eunyee Kwak
Association for Research in Otolaryngology 2011, vol.34, p.253, no.754
→ Hearing Improvement with Customized Sound Stimulation
Sangyeop Kwak, M.A., Sookjin Song, Sung Hwa Hong, M.D., and Eunyee Kwak, Ph.D.
American Academy of Audiology
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→ Ameliorative effects of exposing DBA/2J mice to an augmented acoustic environment on histological changes in the cochlea and anteroventral cochlear nucleus., Willott JF, Bross LS, McFadden S., J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2005 Sep;6(3):234-43.
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GoldenEarClub.com is dedicated to bringing out registered members the ultimate experience toward hearing perfection.