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Figure 1: Analog MLR waveforms from subject 1 for right ear stimulation depicting exaggerated amplitude growth for MLR peak Na. Amplitude growth in ýV is defined as the difference in amplitude for ABR peak V or MLR peak Na for 40 and 80 dB nHL stimuli. The stimuli used were rarefaction clicks presented at a rate of 9.1/sec. The upper two tracings are MLRs elicited with 80 dB nHL clicks and the lower two tracings are MLRs elicited with 40 dB nHL clicks. The X-axis represents latency (10 ms/div), and the Y-axis represents amplitude (0.7 ýV/div)

Figure 1: Analog MLR waveforms from subject 1 for right ear stimulation depicting exaggerated amplitude growth for MLR peak Na. Amplitude growth in ýV is defined as the difference in amplitude for ABR peak V or MLR peak Na for 40 and 80 dB nHL stimuli. The stimuli used were rarefaction clicks presented at a rate of 9.1/sec. The upper two tracings are MLRs elicited with 80 dB nHL clicks and the lower two tracings are MLRs elicited with 40 dB nHL clicks. The X-axis represents latency (10 ms/div), and the Y-axis represents amplitude (0.7 ýV/div)