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This paper addresses the issue of initial verification of hearing aid gain and output for nonlinear hearing aids. Specifically, “urban legend” has it that nonlinear hearing aids with digital noise reduction circuitry may not be accurately measured using functional gain and/or probe microphone...
The aided threshold (and functional gain) has been discussed in the context of linear hearing aids since the early 1960s. The use of nonlinear hearing aids, however, could change the meaningfulness of this verification tool because of their unique characteristics. The interpretation of the aided...
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