Development and evaluation of the Mandarin speech signal content on the acceptable noise level test in listeners with normal hearing in mainland China

Conclusions: (1) The contents of different Mandarin running speeches may not affect the acceptable noise level in Mandarin normal-hearing listeners; (2) The running speech selected from the primary school ought to be used as the Mandarin acceptable noise level test material to evaluate the outcomes of hearing aid fitting.

from the International Journal of Audiology

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