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This paper describes experiments evaluating and optimizing an automatic gain control system, called dual front-end AGC (abbreviated as D), intended for use in hearing aids. This system has two purposes: (1) to compensate for variations in the overall level of speech from one situation to another...
The perceptual consequence of venting an ear mould while maintaining the insertion gain at a preferred listening level was examined on nine hearing-impaired individuals with bilaterally symmetrical sloping sensor neural hearing loss. Subjects wore binaural programmable hearing aids and selected...
An investigation was carried out into effects of three types of impression build-up (patting down of impressions, special ear mould-maker build-up and the multistage impression technique) on the dimensions, static pressure seal, degree of acoustic seal and subjective tightness and comfort of ear...
Thirty-two patients with disabling tinnitus received stomatognathic treatment and biofeedback therapy according to a cross-over design. The evaluation of treatment outcomes showed some improvements at the group level: decrease of tinnitus intensity, mood improvement and reduction of clinical...
The aim of this study was to gain a deeper understanding of what hearing-impaired people are doing to deal with demanding auditory situations in everyday life. Twelve middle-aged subjects with clinical hearing impairments were interviewed monthly during 5 months. The interviews focused on the...
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