HearX introduces a new device for testing otoacoustic emissions

Summary: HearX Group has launched a new otoacoustic emission device for smartphones and tablets with advanced diagnostic features and integrated data management that aims to make healthcare more accessible.


  1. The HearOAE device provides configurable screening and diagnostic capabilities for transient-induced OAE and distortion-induced OAE
  2. The device also integrates seamlessly with HearX Group’s suite of detection and diagnostic tools, such as mHealth Studio, a patient data management solution.
  3. HearOAE aims to improve access to hearing care in situations where non-responsive testing and early intervention are key.

The UłyszX Group has launched its newest smartphone and tablet-based otoacoustic emission (OAE) device, HearOAE.

An FDA-cleared medical device, HearOAE offers fully customizable screening and diagnostic capabilities for transient induced OAEs (TEOAEs) and distortion product OAEs (DPOAEs). The device also provides integrated data management, making high-quality, affordable hearing tests even more convenient, according to the company.

“Rapid advances in hearing technology have allowed us to make enormous strides in hearing detection, diagnosis and treatment,” says Nic Klopper, CEO of HearX Group. “Using cutting-edge audiological science and mobile technology, HearOAE is a powerful tool to help fight hearing loss around the world.”

HearOAE is designed to improve access to hearing care in areas where it is needed most, including neonatal care, the elderly and other situations where non-responsive testing and early intervention are key, at only half the price of traditional devices OAE.

It also integrates with HearX Group’s other detection and diagnostic products, including the popular mHealth Studio, designed to meet today’s healthcare demands with modern digital health tools.

The company officially launched pre-sales of the device after presenting the technology at the AAA+hearTECH fair in Atlanta in April. HearOAE headphones are available for pre-order now in the US and South Africa.

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