electronic dummy

electronic dummy

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′dəm·ē]
(engineering acoustics)
A vocal simulator which is a replica of the head and torso of a person, covered with plastisol flesh that simulates the acoustical and mechanical properties of real flesh, and possessing an artificial voice and two artificial ears. Abbreviated ED.
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What we do know for sure is Narayanen's DNA sample was a possible match for the swab taken from the electronic dummy card
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What we do know for sure is Narayanen's DNA sample was a possible match for the swab taken from the electronic dummy card "It is very likely that he will be on the list of suspects again."
The electronic dummy delivers a verdict when you sing in front of it.

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