Hearing professionals often experience these issues when doing real ear or test box verification:
- “It’s so tricky to get frequency lowering settings right.”
- “Why can’t I read RECD numbers readily on my Axiom?”
- “What is a good SII score for my pediatric patients?”
- “My patients prefer hearing tests in their native language.”
- “I wish I could print directly from my PC remote.”
- “Will I be able to verify bone-anchored devices?”
Audioscan’s line of professional verification equipment now includes upgraded features that solve every one of these issues and more!
Adjusting frequency lowering (FL) settings with /s/ and /sh/ has never been easier with the new Maximum Audible Output Frequency (MAOF) highlighter, Audioscan announced. Integrated into Audioscan’s Speechmap®, the MAOF highlighter provides guidance during FL verification to help clinicians provide an optimal fit.
This software release also enables new verification capability that will run the soon-to-be-released Verifit® Skull Simulator (VSS). Clinicians will be able to accurately measure and verify bone-anchored hearing devices using the new VSS in combination with new DSL-BCD targets integrated into Speechmap. This product accessory will function on all Verifit 2 and Verifit Classic generation 2 and generation 3 (built after 2005).
Audioscan President Jim Jonkman said, “This software release continues our long heritage of providing major innovations through professional verification. Our passion is to help clinicians provide their patients with the best possible hearing experience.”
Additional refinements in this new software release* include:
- SII target ranges in Audibars
- Printing in Remote Console application
- International speech passages
- Table view in Axiom Speechmap®
- /s/ and /sh/ stimuli extended to ALL models including VF1
- Dual view occlusion effect test
- Dual view manual control
- Handy network setup tools
*Features vary by product
Audioscan owners can download this powerful software for their specific model at no charge by clicking on http://software.audioscan.com or by contacting their local Audioscan sales representative for friendly assistance.