speech frequencies

speech fre·quen·cies

(spēch frē'kwĕn-sēz)
Acoustic sound wave frequency range in which most speech sounds occur, generally 500-3000 Hz.
See also: frequency
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1] It is characterised as bilateral symmetrical gradually progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SNHL) in older age groups affecting mainly higher speech frequencies.
Using 30dBHL as the cut-off, hearing loss in speech frequencies (250-2000 Hz) was seen in 30.
Audiometric examinations evaluated hearing thresholds at speech frequencies and high frequencies.
This additional testing is done to determine the extent that hearing changes include speech frequencies and to rule out or quantify any conductive contribution to the loss.
Hearing loss was considered present if average of hearing threshold in speech frequencies (500 Hertz, 1000 Hertz, 2000 Hertz and 4000 Hertz) in either ear was more than 30 decibel.
Audiometric testing revealed a moderate to severe SNHL in the right ear and a moderate SNHL in the left ear at the speech frequencies (figure, A).
Experts are using computers to break down speech frequencies on the recording and to compare phrases with previous bin Laden tapes.
We were able to lower speech frequencies [pitch] to the region where certain individuals have usable hearing.
The role of the ceiling "is to control or to absorb high amounts of speech noise at speech frequencies," says Fred W.
An audiologist will try to provide a hearing aid that will allow the child to comfortably hear the full range of speech frequencies and intensities.
Chandler|2~ presented audiograms revealing the average loss in the speech frequencies with a 95% occlusion was 25 dB HL, and with 100% occlusion 51 dB HL.
This is intended to eliminate the constraint of low 8kHz sample rates and the resulting loss of high and low speech frequencies.