The preferred response slopes and two-channel compression ratios in twenty listening conditions by hearing-impaired and normal-hearing listeners and their relationship to the acoustic input.

@article{Keidser2005ThePR,
  title={The preferred response slopes and two-channel compression ratios in twenty listening conditions by hearing-impaired and normal-hearing listeners and their relationship to the acoustic input.},
  author={Gitte Keidser and Chris Brew and Scott J. Brewer and Harvey Dillon and Frances Grant and Lydia Storey},
  journal={International journal of audiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={44 11},
  pages={656-70}
}
This paper presents the results from two experiments in which normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners used an adaptive procedure to select their preferred frequency response slope and two-channel compression ratios in twenty listening conditions. Whereas the preferred response slope mostly depended on the difference in SNR between frequency bands, the preferred output levels in two channels depended highly on the intensity level entering each band. In both cases, subjects preferred less… CONTINUE READING

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