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Technical and Audiological Factors in the Implementation and Use of Digital Signal Processing Hearing Aids
Fully digital hearing aids, to be worn behind or within the ear, are coming onto the market. The new problems and possibilities of such aids are both technological and audiological in character. This paper describes some of the challenges and one manufacturer's approach to them. The signal processing structure in Oticon's digital hearing aid is presented and justified in audiological terms.
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