Comparisons of speech recognition in noise by mildly-to-moderately hearing-impaired children using hearing aids and FM systems.

@article{Hawkins1984ComparisonsOS,
  title={Comparisons of speech recognition in noise by mildly-to-moderately hearing-impaired children using hearing aids and FM systems.},
  author={Daniel B. Hawkins},
  journal={The Journal of speech and hearing disorders},
  year={1984},
  volume={49 4},
  pages={409-18}
}
Four hearing aid arrangements (monaural-omnidirectional, monaural-directional, binaural-omnidirectional, binaural-directional) and a number of FM system-personal hearing aid combinations (including direct input, neck loop, and silhouette inductor--monaural and binaural--and environmental microphone on and off) were evaluated in a school classroom on nine children with mild-to-moderate sensorineural hearing losses. Two measures of speech recognition in noise were employed. First, the signal-to… CONTINUE READING