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New Technology for Hearing Stimulation Employing the SPS-S Method
A prototype of a the new Compact Audio Therapy Unit (CATU) is presented that can process any audio signal inside a very compact device working in real time, employing advanced digital filtration, signal keying, manipulating playback rate, various spectral modifications of the signal, repeating phrases and others. It was designed to provide a platform for the therapy with the new Method of the Aural Perception Stimulation (SPS-S). The design for wearability allows one to use the device effectively in normal everyday life conditions, e. g. outdoors. The compact and versatile processing device can potentially open a new era in patients and trainees mobility.
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