Trumpet is an advanced and easy-to-use Real Ear Measurement system, capable of performing quick and accurate in-situ measurements thanks to its small lightweight probes and its built-in amplified speaker. It also incorporates a diagnostic audiometer for carrying out air, bone and speech audiometric exams.
Trumpet is a scalable system, available in the following configurations:
- Trumpet REM
To fit hearing aids using standard GAIN/RESPONSE measures or
- Trumpet AUD
To perform AIR, BONE, Free Field Pure Tone and Speech audiometry exams, Hughson-Westlake automated audiometry, QuickSIN™ (opt.), Master Hearing Aid and Stenger.
- Trumpet REM & AUD
To get the most complete solution (audiometry and REM). Optional licenses are available for Trumpet REM and Trumpet AUD to unlock, respectively, audiometry or REM functions.
PROBE SYSTEM AND BUILT-IN SPEAKER
Trumpet makes use of lightweight probes, available both wired and wireless (opt.), which allow bilateral testing to speed up the exam. The built-in speaker can be used for reproducing signals, selectable from a library, during REM tests, as well as for performing audiometric exams in free-field.
Innovation and technology in just 50 g / 0.11 lb, make wireless probes for Trumpet the lightest available on the market. Trumpet’s wireless probes are designed to improve patient’s comfort and give complete freedom when performing in-situ measurements, thanks to a stable Bluetooth connection and up to 4 hours of uninterrupted use.
Connect Trumpet to the USB port of your Windows® computer and you are ready to go: no driver required. You can control Trumpet through the amazingly user-friendly Maestro software interface and, if need be, transfer the data directly to Noah.
|Configurations||Trumpet REM – Real Ear Measurement system with wired REM probe
Trumpet AUD – Diagnostic audiometer
Trumpet REM & AUD – REM system and audiometer with wired REM probe
Trumpet REM Wireless – Real Ear Measurement system with wireless REM probe
Trumpet REM & AUD Wireless – REM system and audiometer with wireless REM probe
White noise, pink noise, ICRA, ISTS, rainbow passage, real speech, mixed environment sounds (e.g. doorbell, phone ring), frequency lowering–s, frequency lowering-sh
|Available outputs and transducers||In-situ headset (wired or wireless using low latency Bluetooth)
Insert earphones for RECD (ER-3C)
|Available tests||REUR/REUG, REAR/REAG, REIG, REOR/REOG, MPO, advanced, live speech, RECD (opt.)|
|Frequency, measurement and intensity range||Frequency range: 125 Hz – 12 kHz
Reference microphone measurement range: 40 – 110 dB SPL
Probe microphone measurement range: 40 – 130 dB SPL
Intensity range: 50 – 90 dB SPL
|Probes||wired or wireless|
|Available signals||Stimulus: pure tone, warble tone
USB audio for speech audiometry
MIC input for live speech audiometry
Masking: NBN, WN, SN
|Available outputs and transducers||AC: Headphones (DD45 / TDH-39)
Insert earphones (ER-3C / IP30)
BC: B-71 bone vibrator
|Available tests||Pure Tone audiometry (HL and UCL); Auto threshold (modified Hughsone-Westlake); Speech audiometry (SRT, WRS, MCL, and UCL); 2 independent channels Master Hearing Aid; QuickSIN® test (opt.); Stenger, with pure tone or speech stimulation; Oldenburg Matrix Sentence Test® (opt.)|
|Audiometric signals specification||Attenuator step: 1, 2 and 5 dB
Presentation: Continuous, Pulsed (0.5, 1, 2 Hz and custom)
|Pure tone: frequencies and maximum levels||Freq. range:
AC: 125 - 8000 Hz
BC: 250 - 8000 Hz
AC: -10 to 120 dB HL
BC: -10 to 80 dB HL
|Calibration||Validity: 12 months|
|Computer interface||Connection: USB (driverless)
Compatible software: Inventis Maestro (Noah compatible)
Minimum system requirements: refer to Maestro software technical specifications
|Power supply||15V, 2A cont., through an external medical grade 100- 240 Vac 50/60 Hz power supply|
|Mechanics||Size (WxDxH): 15.5 x 10 x 24.5 cm / 6.1 x 3.9 x 9,7 in
Weight: 1.5 kg / 3.5 lbs