Affinity 2.0

Affinity 2.0 is a user friendly, all-in-one system for audiometry, real-ear measurement and technical hearing instrument testing. It also offers various counseling tools and a variety of special tests for advanced audiometry.
  • Real-ear measurements with optional visible speech mapping
  • Hearing instrument testing
  • Personal settings and protocols
  • Noah and OtoAccess® compatible

Mix and match modules

The Affnity 2.0 combines easy to use hardware and software interfaces controlled from your laptop or desktop PC. Mixing and matching the modules as you need them provides additional flexibility – customized to your needs.

REM440 – Real Ear Measurement

  • Objective quantification
  • Binaural REM
  • On-Top mode
  • Testing of advanced hearing aid features
  • Real world simulation
  • RECD and Pediatric hearing aid fitting

HIT440 – Hearing Instrument Testing

  • Endless loop testing
  • Testing directional microphones
  • Built-in test sequences
  • Historical sessions
  • Tests all types of hearing aids
  • Variable smoothing of curves
  • Telecoil testing

VSP440 – Visible Speech Mapping

Combines counseling with real-ear measurements and helps to visually explain the features, benefits and performance of hearing aids.

AC440 – Audiometry

The audiometry module (AC440) offers advanced diagnostic testing in a simple and user-friendly layout.

SKS10 – Skull Simulator

Perform technical measurements of bone anchored hearing solutions with the SKS10 – Skull Simulator and HIT440 module from Interacoustics.
  • Battery voltage
  • Current consumption
  • Frequency range
  • Peak OFL at 50 dB / 60 dB / 90 dB SPL input
  • Equivalent input noise
  • Processing delay

What’s new in the Affinity/Equinox and Callisto Suites from 2019?

In this video Dennis Mistry, Interacoustics Audiologist & Clinical Product Manager, explains the top three new features in the Affinity/Equinox and Callisto Suites, and their benefits for the clinician.

„The B-81 bone vibrator provides higher output and lower harmonic distortion compared to the B71. This may offer a significant clinical advantage. Conductive components of severe hearing losses that cannot be measured with the B71 vibrator may be measurable with the B-81. This is important for medical diagnosis and treatment, programming hearing aids, and determining cochlear implant candidacy.“

Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota Robert H. Margolis