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Signal Processing to Improve Speech Intelligibility for the Hearing Impaired (Especially in Noise)
Hearing aids need to compensate for the individual subject's perceptive distortions that make it difficult to understand speech, especially in noise. The two most common distortions are recruitment (exaggerated loudness contrasts between sounds of different intensity) and accentuated high-frequency loss.
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