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SNR computed as the difference between the evaluation of the speech level with the 2-AFC tasks during the 2. round and the noise level during the 3. round (Lspeech − Lnoise2) for all 18 test subjects depicted as boxplots. In addition, the results of the SNR of the phase inversion method (PIM) are shown with black lines, and the results of the phase inversion after a correction are indicated with square markers.

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