A Case for Mid-frequency Amplification?

Most individuals with hearing loss are affected mostly in the high frequencies. And, because consonants–those phonemes (distinctive speech sounds) that are believed to enable humans to differentiate one word from another–are high-frequency sounds, hearing aid fitting formulas universally call for high-frequency amplification. This continues to be a take-off of the old “audiogram fitting” approach (although with less…

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Robert E. Sandlin, Ph.D. (May 3, 2012)

My scheduled blog related to adaptive feedback methods is delayed for a week in order to report on a sad event, the passing away on May 3, 2012 of a good friend and colleague, Dr. Robert E. Sandlin of San Diego, CA. Remembering Robert E. Sandlin – An all-around good guy All of the superlatives…

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