Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum

The Hearing Aid Museum

Hearing Aids of all types—Ear Trumpets, Carbon Hearing Aids, Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids, Transistor Hearing Aids, Body Hearing Aids, Eyeglass Hearing Aids and much more!

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Miscellaneous—Hearing Testing Equipment

Miscellaneous Hearing Testing Equipment

Ambco Model 600 Otometer (1948-1951)


American Electronics Model AE-105D Diagnostic Tympanometer (1990)


Audiphone Audiometer (~1948)


Barany Box

(H444, H445)

Beltone Model 9D Audiometer (~1985)


Edelmann Galton Whistle (1900)


Fidelity Sonodyne Audiometer (~1965)


Frye Electronics, Inc. Fonix Type 3100 Digital Audiometer (1984)


Galton Whistle

(H452, H453)

McCoy Tuning Forks (~1950)


Moutin Tuning Forks


Nicolet Audit V (ABR testing) (~1985)


Oto-Sonic Audiometer (~1948)


Park Electronics "AudioTest" (~1963)


Qualitone Model Q-MD Audiometer  (~1945)


Qualitone Model NP Acoustic Appraiser Audiometer  (~1980)


Qualitone Model NB Sound Field Audiometer  & Narrow Band Masker (~1985)


Sonotone Model 91 Audiometer (~1960)


Starkey "Hearing Ambassador" Hear Pen Hearing Tester (1990)


Telex Model Mark III Audiometer (1982)


Tuning Fork (~1940)


Tuning Forks (C, E, A) (~1960)


Unex Model AT (Adjustone) device (1965)


Vacolite Audiometer (~1940)


Western Electric Model 6A Audiometer (1935)


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