speech frequency

speech frequency

[′spēch ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(communications)
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Outside prosodic transcription, each prosogram, namely the visual representation of sound sequences, allows sound intensity and the speech frequency to be highlighted.
For the harmonic analysis, the loss factor of 7.8% has been selected as well for the adequacy of speech frequency range.
The pure tone audiogram plotted showed that median pure tone threshold for all the patients taken together at first visit was 20 decibel Hearing Level (HL) at 500 hertz speech frequency which increased to 65 decibel HL at 8000 hertz.
The median values of serum retinol and plasma zinc did not differ significantly between elderly with hearing loss in the speech frequency compared to the normal hearing controls.
Oncology was notified of these early unilateral hearing changes outside the speech frequency range and their decision was to continue with the second cisplatin dose.
As the difficulty in hearing is mainly related with speech frequency, i.e.
The consonant sounds that differentiate one word from another (s-t-th-f) are at the upper end of the speech frequency and are affected before the broad "flat" vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u).
As far as sound absorption is concerned, look for an NBC of .60, with a speech frequency and absorption average of .80 or more.
Auditory gain was calculated by taking the difference of pre-operative and postoperative pure tone averages in Speech frequency (0.5, 1 and 2 kHz).
In most patients, the SRO extends above the conventional testing range (>8.0 kHz), but for Veterans, who often enter treatment with preexisting hearing loss, the lower frequencies of the SRO frequently include the conventional (0.5-8.0 kHz) and sometimes even speech frequency (0.5-4.0 kHz) ranges.
Because the hearing ability of a person is mainly dependent on the hearing threshold level below 3000 Hz, so the prevalence and degree of hearing loss is determined by calculating average hearing threshold level at 500Hz, 1000 Hz and 2000 Hz (as per WHO criteria), which is known as speech frequency. Again ONIHL is most prominent at 4000 Hz, so prevalence and degree of hearing loss is also calculated at 4000 Hz and then both are compared.
This electrode with increasing stiffness could be passed around the basal turn to lie opposite the speech frequency region (Figure 13).

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