T W Tillman

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The monosyllabic work discrimination of normal and hearing-impaired children was evaluated in situations selected to simulate acoustical conditions in current educational environments. All listeners were tested in a high-fidelity (loudspeaker-aided) condition under 12 combinations of reverberation and noise. Hearing-impaired subjects were also evaluated in(More)
An essential building block for any high-fidelity hearing aid is an amplifier-transducer-coupling combination that does not audibly degrade the sound, that is, provides high-fidelity sound reproduction as judged by someone with normal hearing. To demonstrate that such a combination is possible, two binaural pairs of hearing aids were assembled using(More)
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