Effects of input processing and type of personal frequency modulation system on speech-recognition performance of adults with cochlear implants.

@article{Wolfe2013EffectsOI,
  title={Effects of input processing and type of personal frequency modulation system on speech-recognition performance of adults with cochlear implants.},
  author={Jace A Wolfe and Erin C. Schafer and Aaron J. Parkinson and Andrew John and Mary Hudson and Julie Turner Wheeler and Angie Mucci},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={52-62}
}
OBJECTIVES The objective of this study was to compare speech recognition in quiet and in noise for cochlear implant recipients using two different types of personal frequency modulation (FM) systems (directly coupled [direct auditory input] versus induction neckloop) with each of two sound processors (Cochlear Nucleus Freedom versus Cochlear Nucleus 5). Two different experiments were conducted within this study. In both these experiments, mixing of the FM signal within the Freedom processor was… CONTINUE READING