contralateral routing of signals

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con·tra·lat·er·al rout·ing of sig·nals

(kon'tră-lat'ĕr-ăl rowt'ing sig'nălz)
A hearing aid configuration for greater hearing loss in one ear than the other in which sound is picked up by the microphone at the worse hearing ear and delivered to the better hearing ear.
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