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Re: Sound Quality measurement-tests

Hi Ganesh,

I don’t know that there’s a single standardized test for Sound Quality, but there are a few good options available.  There was a good review published last year on the topic:


Falk, T. H., Parsa, V., Santos, J. F., Arehart, K., Hazrati, O., Huber, R., Kates, J., Scollie, S. (2015). Objective Quality and Intelligibility Prediction for Users of Assistive Listening Devices. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, (February), 114–124. http://doi.org/10.1109/MSP.2014.2358871


And Philip Loizou’s work has touched on the subject a few times, perhaps the most useful reference will be:


Chen, F., & Loizou, P. C. (2011). Predicting the Intelligibility of Vocoded Speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 32, 331–338. http://doi.org/10.1121/1.3570957


Hope these help,

Adam Bosen


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Dear all,

I am looking for the standardized test for measurement of Sound Quality, particularly for adults with Cochlear Implants. Is anyone aware of it?


Ganesh Attigodu Chandrashekara (Ph.D.)
Postdoctoral Fellow

Electrophysiology Lab, School of Human Communication Disorders
Dalhousie University