PSA94 Screening Audiometer

An Audiometer delivers sounds at different frequencies and loudness levels with a circum-aural headphone. The patient raises a hand, presses a button or says “yes” when he/she hears sounds. The audiologist records the responses on an audiogram. Pure-tone testing presents tones across the speech spectrum (500 to 8,000 Hz) to determine if the patient's hearing levels fall within normal limits. A quiet testing environment, calibrated audiometric equipment, and an audiologist are required for in-office testing. Pure-tone audiometry may help to appropriately refer patients to a clinical audiologist or otolaryngologist.
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The PSA is a free field audiometer designed for audiologists involved in testing young children. It features One-handed operation, silent buttons and a variety of light and sound stimuli.

  • Conditioned Orientation Response (COR)
  • Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA)


The PSA includes white noise as well as warble and narrow band stimuli. White noise has been shown to be especially useful for evoking responses in the early months.

The two stimuli, light and sound, are controlled silent buttons. Both stimuli can be presented simultaneously by letting one finger touch both buttons.

    Currently, the training video of this product
    has not been produced