Transient-evoked otoacoustic emission tests provide a quick and objective test of the cochlea's outer hair cells. A series of transient stimuli (wideband clicks or chirps) are sent into the ear canal. The resulting TEOAE, coming from the inner ear through the middle ear, is measured in the ear canal between stimulus presentations. In less than a minute, a wideband assessment is achieved.
For use with newborns, infants, children, and adults.
To run HearID + TE, you need a HearID software and hardware system, with the TE Measurement Module.