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A Wearable Master Hearing Aid
An experimental wearable master hearing aid device has been developed for clinical studies of methods to improve perception capabilities of subjects having varied hearing impairments. In accordance with a specification of the National Institutes of Health, a multiplicity of parameter adjustments and transducer options provides more than 500 million permutations of operational modes.
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