Improving hearing aid performance in noise : Challenges and strategies

@inproceedings{Kuk2003ImprovingHA,
  title={Improving hearing aid performance in noise : Challenges and strategies},
  author={Francis K. Kuk and Carl W. Ludvigsen and Carsten Paludan-M{\"u}ller},
  year={2003}
}
34 The Hearing Journal Improving hearing aid performance in noise April 2002 • Vol. 55 • No. 4 A common problem for people with a hearing impairment is the increased difficulty they encounter in communicating in noisy situations.1 Because the majority of people with a hearing impairment need to communicate in noisy situations at least some of the time,2 it is obvious that one design goal for hearing aids must be to improve their performance in noise. Achieving this entails not only improving… CONTINUE READING

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