otogenic tone

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A tone (1) that is not present in the sound wave entering the ear but is generated by the ear or the auditory system itself. See also combination tone, missing fundamental illusion. [From Greek ous, otos an ear + genes born or produced + -ikos of, relating to, or resembling]

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