Therapeutic Technologies closeout auctions take place on DOTmed.com. Bid today on 2235 lots of medical equipment. Onsite or virtual inspection available. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Amy St.Cyr at Amy@TherapeuticTech.net or (609) 781-4521.
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Good condition, with signs of use/wear present visibly on the item, such as scratches/fading/etc. One audiometer cord is missing the little piece (see 3rd photo). Unable to fully test, but does... view more
$115 USD (15% Off)
UK-Free Fast track & insured post. Any value Worldwide Shipping by DHL £60 You can buy and pay we will invoice for a postal amount. If buyer pays by PayPal we only use a delivery address from... view more
Cardiology office closing. Equipment included: GE T2100 Stress Test, GE Marquette MAC 1200 EKG, HK Klein Infiltration Pump, (6) Midmark Ritter 304 Exam Tables & Much more. Contact Rosen Systems at (972) 248-2266 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Product Functionality Items Included: AuraCare Hearing Aid Optimization System Audiometer R2v3 Functionality: F3 - Key Functions Working A subset of the primary... view more
Product Description Grason-Stadler GSI 38 Version 2 Auto Tymp/Audiometer Manufacturer: Grason-Stadler Model: GSI 38 Version 2 Including: - Main Body (1pc) - Transducer (1pc) (No Power Supply)... view more
This US made device appears in good condition. All functions were tested and found to work. It comes complete with a Maico MA25 headphone set and its original carrying pack. We do have a power... view more
$250 USD (30% Off)
An Audiometer is a medical device used to measure the hearing ability of a person. It is used to evaluate the hearing of both adults and children and is commonly used in audiology clinics and hospitals. Audiometers measure the ability to hear different frequencies of sound and the intensity of sound that a person can detect.
Audiometers are typically made up of a sound generator, a microphone, and a display. The sound generator produces a range of tones at different frequencies and intensities. The microphone is used to measure the response of the person being tested. The display shows the results of the test. Audiometers come in a variety of sizes and shapes, ranging from basic hand-held models to more advanced computerized models.
The price range for Audiometer equipment varies depending on the type and features. Basic hand-held models can be found for as little as $200, while more advanced computerized models can cost up to $10,000. Major manufacturers of Audiometer equipment include Maico, Interacoustics, and Otometrics.