• A clinical audiometer from Grason-Stadler

    AUDIOSTAR PRO

    CLINICAL AUDIOMETER
  • A 1.5 channel audiometer from Grason-Stadler

    PELLO

    MID-LEVEL AUDIOMETER
  • AMTAS Flex and AMTAS Pro automated audiometry from Grason-Stadler

    GSI AMTAS

    AUTOMATED AUDIOMETRY

AUDIOMETERS

Audiometers range from fully clinical two channel instruments, to mid-level 1.5 channel diagnostic instruments, to one channel air conduction screening instruments. A clinical audiometer is the most versatile device that allows the clinician complete flexibility when performing basic and advanced audiometric evaluations on patients of all ages. Integrated special tests such as speech in noise testing and word recognition tests are included. Diagnostic audiometers allow for basic diagnostic testing and sometimes have the option to upgrade to specific special tests. Screening audiometers are limited to pure tone screening audiometry.

 

CURRENT GSI AUDIOMETERS

A child undergoing pure tone audiometry testing on the Grason-Stadler AudioStar Pro

AUDIOSTAR PRO | CLINICAL AUDIOMETER

The GSI AudioStar Pro™ is a 2 channel clinical audiometer. It is designed to perform efficient audiometric evaluations on every patient population. Recent updates include channel specific store buttons, the ability to load and review past sessions before transfer, updated monitor speaker, and new symbols such as unspecified bone and cochlear implant. The AudioStar Pro provides flexibility and confidence in testing for any testing scenario.

 

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PELLO | MID-LEVEL AUDIOMETER

The GSI Pello™ is a 1.5 channel diagnostic audiometer with a small footprint and familiar Grason-Stadler design. This mid-level audiometer is the perfect solution for a small or growing practice because of its flexibility. Four testing modules allows you to customize the device depending on what your clinic needs Recent updates include autoplay enhancements for internal speech files. The Pello is a great option for growing practices and satellite clinics.

 

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A child being tested with the GSI 39 tympanometer and audiometer combo

GSI 39 | AUDIOMETER & TYMPANOMETER

The GSI 39 Auto Tymp™ is a flexible screening product for tympanometry, acoustic reflex measurements, and audiometry. The tympanometer is available in five different versions to meet the unique demands of each facility. All five versions are fast, versatile, and easy to use. It is possible to add additional modalities such as audiometry, contralateral reflexes, or 1000 Hz probe tone as the facility hearing testing requirements expand.

 

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A child with circumaural headphones and a screening audiometer

GSI 18 | SCREENING AUDIOMETER

With its unsurpassed durability, the GSI 18™ is designed to be the ideal audiometer for every hearing screening situation. From educational institutions and industrial settings, to physicians’ offices and managed care facilities, test for hearing loss on the go with this portable audiometer. Plus, this audiometer's ergonomic design and logical navigation makes performing audiology tests simple.

  

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A man using AMTAS Flex automated tablet audiometry

AMTAS FLEX | SCREENING AUTOMATED AUDIOMETRY

Patients can use AMTAS Flex™ to obtain pure tone thresholds independently to be reviewed by an audiologist at a later time. AMTAS Flex is easy to use. The test is self-paced so patients may proceed at a rate that is comfortable for them. This version of AMTAS allows patients to complete a pure tone screening or air conduction threshold test in a quiet environment. Patented quality indicators ensure the validity and accuracy of the basic testing so you can move to the next step with confidence.

 

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A man being tested with AMTAS Pro automated audiometry

AMTAS PRO | DIAGNOSTIC AUTOMATED AUDIOMETRY

AMTAS™, or Automated Method for Testing Auditory Sensitivity, was created by audiologists, for audiologists. This tool is used to boost efficiency through a reliable and accurate method to obtain a diagnostic hearing test. AMTAS Pro™ offers diagnostic air conduction, bone conduction, and speech (SRT and WRS) testing with masking. This self directed test typically takes about 15 minutes to complete and the report provides up to nine quality indicators to assist the clinician in interpretation of the accuracy of the test. AMTAS Pro is operated through a computer that is connected to a compatible GSI audiometer (i.e. AudioStar Pro or Pello).

 

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