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Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE)

Looking for a hearing screening and diagnostic instrument to measure OAE in patients of all ages? We have plenty! Browse our selection of fast, intuitive, and reliable OAE equipment. With over 20 devices from seven manufacturers, you’re bound to find something that suits your testing needs.

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Interacoustics Titan – DPOAE440

The interacoustics Titan is a sleek, slim, and lightweight unit that offers robust OAE hearing screening capabilities in a handheld format.

With its DPOAE440 module, it includes test frequency ranges from 500 Hz to 10 kHz, and enables user-definable stop criteria like SNR, minimum DP level, residual noise, and DP reliability.

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Specifications

  • DP range 500Hz-10kHz
  • TE range 500Hz-5.5kHz (30-90 dB SPL)
  • Fully customizable protocols
  • Basic & Advanced view
  • Manually controlled test time
  • Unlimited test points
  • Advanced AGC
  • Bayesian weighted averaging
  • Noah & Hitrack compatibility
  • DP Input/Output test
  • 226Hz tympanometry
  • Operate from Titan or PC
  • Pressurized OAE

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The DPOAE and TEOAE modules provide unsurpassed flexibility and a comprehensive frequency range for a full diagnostic evaluation. Customizable protocols offer an unlimited number of tests utilizing a multitude of parameters including stimuli, intensity, stop criteria and much more.

Both modules are capable of performing pressurized OAE measurements, which is especially useful when testing infants & younger children with middle ear conditions. The technique reduces the effects of negative middle ear pressure and more children can potentially be diagnosed earlier.