Subject: RF1-547 | ISAAR Special Issue | temporal fine structure | hearing aids | Otorhinolaryngology | compression speed
mesheuropmc: otorhinolaryngologic diseases
Multichannel amplitude compression is widely used in hearing aids. The preferred compression speed varies across individuals. Moore (2008) suggested that reduced sensitivity to temporal fine structure (TFS) may be associated with preference for slow compression. This id... View more
Bor S.Souza P.Wright R. (2008) Multichannel compression: Effects of reduced spectral contrast on vowel identification. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research
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