The Effect of Different Cochlear Implant Microphones on Acoustic Hearing Individuals’ Binaural Benefits for Speech Perception in Noise
Conclusions: This study provides a means to measure the degree to which cochlear implant microphones affect acoustic hearing with respect to speech perception in noise. It also provides measures that can be used to evaluate the independent contributions of interaural time and level cues. These measures provide tools that can aid researchers in understanding and improving binaural benefits in acoustic hearing individuals listening via cochlear implant microphones.
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