The Model 116 is an affordable, user-friendly screening audiometer that can be used in primary care, GP offices, and schools to conduct hearing tests.

Any audiologist or occupational health professional who travels to conduct continuous, warble, and pure tone hearing tests will benefit from the sturdy and lightweight design. The Model 116 provides the ease of use required to perform hearing tests in even the most demanding environments, thanks to its soft key layout and clear display.

Key features

  • Mains and optional battery power
  • PC Software included
  • Compact, lightweight and portable
  • Attenuation range: -10 – 100 dBHL
  • Pure, pulsed and warble tones
  • Extended frequency range: 125 – 8000 Hz
  • Automatic threshold saving
  • Intuitive and ergonomic design

        Image Credit: Amplivox

Test routines

Pure tone audiometry can be tested using the Model 116 air conduction audiometer in various scenarios, including sweep tests with user-defined output levels for child testing and standard threshold testing.

Using pure tone, pulse, warble, and/or continuous sound, the Model 116’s broad range of test frequencies can assist in identifying hearing problems such as tinnitus, presbycusis, and noise-induced hearing losses.

Ergonomic design

The Model 116, created with the operator in mind, features a clear display panel and a dedicated soft key layout that enable complete concentration on the test subject and shorten the time needed to finish hearing assessments.

Time saving

All test frequencies and attenuation ranges needed to conduct a variety of pure tone audiometry tasks, including sweep testing or standard threshold testing for school screening, are included in the audiometer.

It allows for the testing and identification of hearing problems in subjects with tinnitus, presbycusis, and noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). It provides pure, pulsed, warble, and continuous tones. Automated threshold results saving shortens operator test runs and gets the subject more focused, resulting in more precise data.

Model 116 Manual screening audiometer

Image Credit: Amplivox


Data management

Test results can be manually entered, printed using the optional portable printer, or transferred to PC programs like Amplivox Amplisuite or Audibase to create a PDF or printed copy.

This guarantees that the results can be stored in third-party Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems commonly utilized in primary care.


The Model 116’s lightweight and durable design, weighing only 720 g (1.58 lbs), is ideal for healthcare professionals who need to travel. It also includes all standard accessories and a personalized carry case.

More flexibility is provided by the optional battery power function, which can be used in all test settings.


  • Power supply with country adaptors
  • Carry case
  • USB stick (manuals, audiometry module for Noah and Amplisuite software)
  • Standard audiometric headset
  • Patient response switch
  • Audiogram cards (50)



  • USB cable (PC connection)
  • Audibase software
  • USB portable power bank (external)
  • Booth leads
  • Amplivox Audiocups (noise-reducing enclosures)
  • Battery function
  • Thermal printer
  • Pediatric headband


High-quality consumables and accessories to enhance patient testing treatments, decrease infection risk, and improve device performance and dependability.

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