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Can tinnitus be masked by band erased filtered masker? Masking tinnitus with sounds not covering the tinnitus frequency.
Am J Otol. 1987 May; 8(3):203-6.AJ

Abstract

In this study, the effectiveness of masking sound not covering the tinnitus frequency was tested against that of conventional masking sound in 117 subjects. Successful masking was observed in 72% of the former and 70% of the latter. There was no remarkable difference between the two maskers regarding the acceptability and intensity. The duration of residual inhibition, however, was smaller in the masker not covering the tinnitus frequency. The masking sound tested could be useful as an alternative when the conventional one is not accepted.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

3631221

Citation

Kitajima, K, et al. "Can Tinnitus Be Masked By Band Erased Filtered Masker? Masking Tinnitus With Sounds Not Covering the Tinnitus Frequency." The American Journal of Otology, vol. 8, no. 3, 1987, pp. 203-6.
Kitajima K, Kitahara M, Kodama A. Can tinnitus be masked by band erased filtered masker? Masking tinnitus with sounds not covering the tinnitus frequency. Am J Otol. 1987;8(3):203-6.
Kitajima, K., Kitahara, M., & Kodama, A. (1987). Can tinnitus be masked by band erased filtered masker? Masking tinnitus with sounds not covering the tinnitus frequency. The American Journal of Otology, 8(3), 203-6.
Kitajima K, Kitahara M, Kodama A. Can Tinnitus Be Masked By Band Erased Filtered Masker? Masking Tinnitus With Sounds Not Covering the Tinnitus Frequency. Am J Otol. 1987;8(3):203-6. PubMed PMID: 3631221.
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