Acoustic stimulation treatments against tinnitus could be most effective when tinnitus pitch is within the stimulated frequency range.

@article{Schaette2010AcousticST,
  title={Acoustic stimulation treatments against tinnitus could be most effective when tinnitus pitch is within the stimulated frequency range.},
  author={Roland Schaette and Ovidiu K{\"o}nig and Dirk Hornig and M. Gro\ss and Richard Kempter},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2010},
  volume={269 1-2},
  pages={95-101}
}
Acoustic stimulation with hearing aids or noise devices is frequently used in tinnitus therapy. However, such behind-the-ear devices are limited in their high-frequency output with an upper cut-off frequency of approximately 5-6 kHz. Theoretical modeling suggests that acoustic stimulation treatments with these devices might be most effective when the tinnitus pitch is within the stimulated frequency range. To test this hypothesis, we conducted a pilot study with 15 subjects with chronic… CONTINUE READING
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