I Gilberg

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This study is concerned with the ability of hearing-impaired persons to perceive speech via the telephone and in particular with the possible benefit gained by the use of different kinds of auxiliary equipment (receiver amplifier, extra watch receiver, hearing aid in telemagnetic or microphone position, so-called combined amplifier, and combinations of(More)
This investigation shows that there are four relevant methods of telephoning in Denmark for hearing-impaired persons: 1) Standard telephone without extra equipment for persons with a Speech Reception Threshold (SRT) up to about 40 dB in the better ear. 2) Standard telephone with receiving amplifier for persons with a SRT up to about 60 dB in the better ear.(More)
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