Correction to: European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology https://doi.org/10.1007/s00405-020-06450-5
In the original publication of the article, under the section Binaural effects, the following sentence “Binaural Squelch With the SONNET, the head shadow effect was − 1.2 dB (range − 5.9‒0.6) in natural mode, 0.9 dB (range − 4.3‒6.1), and in adaptive mode, and − 0.4 dB (range − 4.4‒2.5) in the omnidirectional mode” was published incorrectly.
The correct sentence should read as “Binaural Squelch With the SONNET, the binaural squelch effect was − 1.2 dB (range − 5.9‒0.6) in natural mode, 0.9 dB (range − 4.3‒6.1), and in adaptive mode, and − 0.4 dB (range − 4.4‒2.5) in the omnidirectional mode.”
In addition, there are some mistakes in the paragraph “Binaural Summation”. The correct paragraph should read as below,
Binaural Summation With the SONNET, the binaural summation effect was − 0.6 dB (range − 1.1‒2.7) in natural mode, 0.0 dB (range − 1.3‒2.2), and in adaptive mode, and 0.2 dB (range − 1.2‒2.1) in the omnidirectional mode. No significant differences were found between SONNET modes. With the OPUS 2/RONDO, the binaural summation effect was − 0.4 dB (range − 1.1‒1.6). No significant differences were found between SONNET modes and the OPUS 2/RONDO. (see Fig. 2c).
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Kurz, A., Zanzinger, M., Hagen, R. et al. Correction to: The impact of cochlear implant microphone settings on the binaural hearing of experienced cochlear implant users with single-sided deafness. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00405-021-06619-6