Masking of tinnitus induced by sound.

Abstract

Two experiments were performed in which 8 listeners used external sound to mask the tinnitus induced by a 95-dB SPL tone presented for 1 min. Wider bandwidth noises were more effective maskers than noises of critical bandwidth, which, in turn, were more effective than tonal maskers. Contralateral maskers were often effective, but less so than ipsilateral… (More)

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