Pulsed versus continuous tones for evaluating the loudness of tinnitus.

@article{Henry1999PulsedVC,
  title={Pulsed versus continuous tones for evaluating the loudness of tinnitus.},
  author={James Allen Henry and Mary B. Meikle},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={
          261-72
        }
}
Loudness balance techniques are commonly employed to match the loudness of tinnitus using either pulsed or continuous tones; however, it is not known whether the tone duration affects the observed loudness matches. In this study, hearing thresholds and tinnitus loudness matches were measured in 26 subjects with chronic tinnitus using both pulsed and continuous tones. Subjects' thresholds and loudness matches were determined at 11 frequencies between 0.5 and 10 kHz. No significant differences… CONTINUE READING

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