This sequence follows the ANSI S3.22-1996 standard method for measuring the OSPL curve, the HFA value, and the Max OSPL value for a hearing aid. An equalized stepped sine sweep from 8 kHz – 200 Hz is played at a level of 90 dBSPL through the anechoic box speaker, and a broadband response curve is analyzed through the hearing aid. Next, the HFA (High Frequency Average) is calculated by averaging the values at three frequencies (1000, 1600, 2500 Hz), and this value is checked with a limit step. The Max OSPL is calculated by finding the maximum point on the broadband response. A limit is also applied to this value.
https://www.listeninc.com/wp/media/logo.png 0 0 Devin Vaillancourt https://www.listeninc.com/wp/media/logo.png Devin Vaillancourt2022-09-12 18:25:512022-09-12 18:25:51Hearing Aid OSPL 90 Test Sequence