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Re: Frequency range for understanding speech

See the French and Steinberg reference for the original work and read the enclosed article for the more modern values. The same values and procedures are in the ANSI S3.5-1997. You may also find computer programs and other notes on www.sii.to be useful.
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Bernhard Laback wrote:

Dear list,

Can anybody point me to studies in which speech intelligibility was tested as a function of the upper border of the transmitted frequency range.

Studies including different levels of noise would be preferred.

Merry Xmas and a happy new year.
Bernhard Laback

Attachment: 1987 JASA Derivation of primary parameters and procedures for use in speechintelligibility predictions.pdf
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