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Maico Detective Audiometer

The Detective has several unique features:

  • As an automatic audiometer, the test runs on its own - saving time and the need for constantly working with the dials.
  • Manual testing is also available for patients who need to be tested at a slower pace.
  • This unit can be programmed for a threshold test (i.e., Hughson-Westlake) or for a screening protocol (i.e., 20 dB at 0.5, 1, 2, 4 kHz).
  • The Detective features voice prompts so that patients hear a message of instructions at the beginning of the test as well as a message if they miscue during the test.
  • This is a pure-tone test with voice prompts that save time by administering instructions to the patient during the test.
  • The voice prompt languages in the unit are English and Spanish.
  • The Detective can store 300 tests.
  • The printer is included as a standard accessory.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Detective Audiometer






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