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FONIX COLT Audiometer with the new Tactile Option adds comfortable, quiet, tactile controls to the existing tablet user interface in order to give the user the ability to perform an audiometric test through touch and feel. This allows the user to pay more attention to the patient being tested instead of always looking at the audiometric …View full post
Introducing the NAL-NL2 fitting rule to the FNM Real-ear Module! The NAL-NL2 is the latest fitting rule from National Acoustics Laboratories, prescribing less amplification than the previous NAL-NL1 fitting rule. FNM Real-ear now includes the non-linear fitting rules NAL-NL2, NAL-NL1, MOD-NAL, and DSL mI/O. The linear fitting rules NAL-RP, Berger, 1/3 Oct, 1/2 Oct, and …View full post
Now, the HEARLab® Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential Analyzer is available for marketing! Similar to existing ABR technology, it measures the auditory evoked response of a patient. HEARLab tests a later “potential” than ABR (measures 100-300 ms after the signal instead of 1-3 ms). This both allows it to be used with signals that are more …View full post
Frye Electronics has just updated its NOAH module for use with the FONIX COLT Audiometer. The FONIX COLT Audiometer is a dual-channel clinical audiometer with a tablet-based interface and a small base unit. The new version of the FONIX Audiometer Module (v2.32) allows the user to remotely control the FONIX COLT from a Windows-based computer …View full post
We have recently updated the FONIX 8000 Visible Speech signal to include built-
in real speech signals! These signals are scientifically calibrated during the leveling
process in order to create accurate, repeatable measurements.
Several different signals are available including Male speaker, Female speaker, ISTS
(International Speech Test Signal), White Noise, and Pink Noise. Live Voice is also
available by using …
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