Probe microphone measurements: hearing aid selection and assessment
Singular Pub. Group, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 297 pages
CONTENTSIntroduction to Computerized Probe-Microphone Real-Ear Measurements in Hearing Aid Evaluation Procedures. Probe-Microphone Instrumentation. Terminology and Procedures. Procedural Considerations in Probe-Microphone Measurements. Prescriptive Approaches to Selection of Gain and Frequency Response. Insertion Gain Measurements. Selecting SSPL90 Using Probe-Measurements. Probe-Microphone Measurements with Children, Individualizing the Ordering of Custom Hearing Aids. Assessment of Fitting Arrangements, Special Circuitry, and Features. Assessment of Telecoils and Assistive Listening Devices. Corrections and Transformations Relevant to Hearing Aid Selection. Test Protocols for Probe-Microphone Measurements. Reference. Index.
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CHAPTER 2 ProbeMicrophone Instrumentation
CHAPTER 3 Terminology and Procedures
CHAPTER 4 Procedural Considerations in ProbeMicrophone
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