Ability to achieve gain/frequency response and SSPL-90 under three prescription formulas with in-the-ear hearing aids.

@article{Sammeth1993AbilityTA,
  title={Ability to achieve gain/frequency response and SSPL-90 under three prescription formulas with in-the-ear hearing aids.},
  author={Carol Sammeth and B. Peek and Gene W. Bratt and Fred H. Bess and Sean M Amberg},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={33-41}
}
Custom in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids (standard linear amplifiers with single-pole-filter low-frequency tone control and a class A amplifier output stage) were fit to 90 ears using the revised National Acoustics Laboratories' formula (NAL-R), and to 20 ears each using Prescription of Gain/Output II (POGO II) and Memphis State University (MSU) formulas. Both real-ear insertion gain and 2-cc coupler gain were evaluated. Examination of differences between prescribed gain and that actually achieved… CONTINUE READING

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