Music and hearing aids--an introduction.

  title={Music and hearing aids--an introduction.},
  author={Marshall Chasin},
  journal={Trends in amplification},
  volume={16 3},
Modern digital hearing aids have provided improved fidelity over those of earlier decades for speech. The same however cannot be said for music. Most modern hearing aids have a limitation of their "front end," which comprises the analog-to-digital (A/D) converter. For a number of reasons, the spectral nature of music as an input to a hearing aid is beyond the optimal operating conditions of the "front end" components. Amplified music tends to be of rather poor fidelity. Once the music signal is… CONTINUE READING
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