A diagnostic audiometer with two channels offering a wide range of measurements for fast and effective fitting of hearing aids and diagnostic audiology.

With features like air conduction (AC), bone conduction (BC), and speech testing, the Model 270 is perfect for audiologists and hearing health professionals working in offices or clinics or traveling.

Key features

  • Compact, lightweight and portable
  • Two-channel audiometry
  • Free field audiometry (two speakers)
  • Third-party EMR connectivity
  • Speech testing (live and recorded)
  • Frequency range (AC): 125 - 8000 Hz
  • Attenuation range (AC): -10 - 120 dBHL
  • Special tests: ABLB, Stenger, SISI
  • Air and bone conduction with masking

                                 Image Credit: Amplivox

Test options

This portable audiometer includes all the user needs for screening and diagnostic audiometry. Operators can swiftly and efficiently diagnose hearing loss concerns using manual air and bone conduction tests and useful support aids.

The SRT and SDT scores can be quickly established at the most comfortable threshold level (MCL) for quicker fitting of hearing aids using both recorded and live speech testing. The Model 270 has clinical tests like the Stenger, ABLB, and SISI to guarantee that patients can get best-in-class care.

Data management

With an internal memory feature, test results can be printed instantly or stored for later processing with the provided Amplisuite software. Amplisuite makes retrieving findings for processing and administration simple, and it includes important counseling tools such as speech bananas.

The audiometer also provides one-click integration with third-party EMR programs like OtoAccess® and Noah. This allows for the smooth transfer of data and results, resulting in extremely efficient workflow.

Model 270 | How to setup the diagnostic audiometer

How to setup the Model 270. Video Credit: Amplivox

Model 270 | An introduction

How to use the Model 270. Video Credit: Amplivox

Supportive design

The Model 270 has a very sensible key layout, a robust design, and a clear, accurate display at the ideal viewing angle. Operators can use functions fast and simply, which reduces test times. Silent rotary controls are an additional feature that reduces noise levels and improves accuracy.

Special test: SISI

The Short Increment Sensitivity Index (SISI) test is the most widely used special test available for the Model 270 diagnostic audiometer.


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




  • Talkback microphone
  • Loudspeaker kit
  • Booth leads
  • USB cable (PC connection)
  • USB portable power bank (external)
  • Amplivox Audiocups (noise-reducing enclosures)
  • Masking earpiece
  • Insert earphones
  • Thermal printer
  • OtoAccess® database
  • Combined microphone and monitor headset


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

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