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Audio Processing for the Hearing Impaired

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[Feature Article] Recent research in digital signal processing, psychoacoustics, and microphone technology is transforming the resources available to those with hearing impairments. While highly directional microphone arrays bring with them the promise of more selective listening, binaural processing is enabling hearing aids to take advantage of the spatial properties of sound signals and human perception. Advanced means of tuning hearing aids make them more specific to the wearer, and assistive technology can be used to integrate modern communications devices.

JAES Volume 53 Issue 12 pp. 1242-1246; December 2005
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