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|A Personal Sound Amplification Product Compared to a Basic Hearing Aid for Speech Intelligibility in Adults with Mild-to-Moderate Sensorineural Hearing Loss|
|Ji Eun Choi, Jinryoul Kim, Sung Hoon Yoon, Sung Hwa Hong, Il Joon Moon|
J Audiol Otol. 2020;24(2):91-98. Published online December 18, 2019
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