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A Wearable Master Hearing Aid

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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.

JAES Volume 23 Issue 5 pp. 361-368; June 1975
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