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Speech perception with hearing aids: Effects of noise reduction and directional microphone systems on amplified signals



Speech perception with hearing aids: Effects of noise reduction and directional microphone systems on amplified signals



Audiological Medicine 7(2): 106-111




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DOI: 10.1080/16513860902864431


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