Can an inactivated hearing aid act as a hearing protector?
Keywords:acoustic noise, hearing aids, noise abatement, insertion loss, inactivated hearing aids, hearing protectors, acoustic head simulator, hearing protector evaluation
AbstractThe authors assess the effectiveness of various models of inactivated hearing aids as hearing protectors. Insertion loss was measured in a free field using an acoustic head simulator specifically designed for hearing protector evaluation
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