hearX hearScreen Smartphone Screening Audiometer
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hearX hearScreen Smartphone Screening Audiometer

Product Code: HEARSCREEN

  • Portable, subscription-based Smartphone-based audiometer with air conduction screening capabilities designed for boothless audiometry 
    • frequency range: 500 Hz - 8000 Hz
    • attenuation levels: 20 to 40 dBHL (adjustable per age group for adult/child)
    • packaged with Sennheiser HD280 PRO headphones
    • unlimited testing credits
    • screening protocols:
      • fixed - 1000, 2000, & 4000 Hz
      • custom - allows up to 5 frequencies
    • manual test (by operator) and self-test paradigm options
  • Purchase price includes: 
    • Samsung Galaxy J4 Core smartphone
    • carrying case
    • Sennheiser HD280 PRO headphones
    • 1 year hearScreen Software subscription with unlimited screening credits
    • 1 year access to mHealth Studion Cloud Software (secure cloud-based data management platform)
    • 1 year warranty on hardware 
    • 1 year access to online training platform and remote technical support
  • Annual subscription renewal includes: 
    • headphone calibration
    • software renewal with unlimited credits
    • shipping costs
  • Powered by rechargeable Li-Ion battery (embedded within Samsung Galaxy Core smartphone)
  • mHealth Studio digital data management software consolidates patient, test and facility data instantly on secure online database (see software tab below for more detail)
  • Environment Noise Warning feature monitors ambient noise level during pre-test and real-time testing with prompts to ensure valid results
  • Ideal for everyday hearing screening in clinic, hearing screening for research or community projects
  • Carrying case included
  • 1 year warranty (all hardware), software updated, and remote technical support

Other available options:

  • Tablet-version with standard air conduction testing and speech testing capabilities (binaural Digits-In-Noise): item# HEARXSTK-SETA
  • Tablet-version with standard air conduction testing only (8 kHz): item# HEARTEST-SETB
  • Tablet-version with extended high frequency (16 kHz): item#: HEARTEST-SETC
  • video otoscope upgrade: item# HEARSCOPE
  • (1) Samsung Galaxy A04 Smartphone
  • (1) Samsung Galaxy A04 Smartphone Case
  • (1) Samsung Galaxy A04 Smartphone Screen Protector
  • (1) Sennheiser HD280 PRO Closed, Dynamic Around-the Ear-Monitoring Headphones 
  • (1) hearX Universal Hard Case
  • (1) Year hearScreen Software Subscription with Unlimited Test Credits
  • (1) Year Warranty on All Hardware Components
  • Access to mHealth Studio Cloud Software (Secure cloud-based data management platform)
  • Access to Online Training Platform & Remote Technical Support

1. What frequencies can I screen on hearscreen®?

  • The default protocol has been set to screen 1kHz, 2kHz and 4kHz in both ears as prescribed by the
    best practice standards. The user has the option to set his/her own protocol, with the following
    frequencies available for screening: 0.5, 0.75, 1.5, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 KHz
  • There are two types of default protocols: “Default” which screens 1,2 and 4kHz in both ears and then
    the “Default Severity” which runs the “Default” screening in addition to seeking a threshold estimation
    around the frequencies failed to determine the degree of potential hearing loss. The user has the
    ability to create custom protocols. The protocols can be named as preferred.

2. What is the "Smart Noise Monitoring" feature and how does it work?

  • hearScreen® has a ‘smart noise monitoring’ function that makes use of the microphone of the smart
    device to detect environmental noise and provide a warning to the screener when the noise levels
    have exceeded safe levels that allow for reliable screening. The smart noise monitoring is displayed
    on a bar at the top of the screen, which, similar to a traffic light displays green when the noise is
    acceptable for reliable screening, orange as warning and red when the noise levels are not safe for
    reliable screening.

3. How is the quality of hearscreen® facilitator evaluated?

  • In hearScreen® during a screener-administered screening, one tone is falsely presented in order to
    determine whether the screener is responding reliably to the patient’s responses or if they are trying
    to influence the screening results by skipping through the steps. If the screener responds incorrectly
    to this falsely presented tone, they would be marked with a negative quality index (QI) score. The
    score is averaged over a month period. Hence if no improvement in a score is seen, the screener can
    undergo retraining until the QI score improves. Ideally, the score range should be =80%.

4. What is the difference between "verifing" and "linking" the headphones?

  • The headphones are required to be “linked” the first time that the headphones are used with the app.
    When “linking” the headphones an internet connection is required to download the calibration codes
    that link the specific headphone to the account and then to the specific phone or tablet being used
    with those headphones. A headphone “link” is required each time a user logs out and then back into
    the app. Verification of the headphones is required once the headphone has already been linked and
    is meant to confirm that the user is still using the same headphone that was initially linked to the
    phone. An internet connection is not required during the verification process. The frequency of this
    headphone verification action can be set in the app settings.

5. Can I install hearScreen® on my own smart device?

  • While we use commercially available, off-the-shelf hardware as the base of our solution, the smart
    device used for hearScreen® is standardized in order to comply with certain pre-set, industry-specific
    standards, to allow the output of the device, that generates the pure tones for screening, to be
    calibrated. This is required to ensure the decibel level truly is what it says it should be. For a personal
    smart device, hearX® cannot guarantee a reliable or definite sound level, as it has not been
    standardized and calibrated. The headphones used also need to be calibrated according to industry

6. Can I use hearScreen® without the mHealth Studio App? 

  • hearScreen®, hearTest, hearTest Occ Health, Vula Vision, and the hearX® Self Test Kit need to be used
    within the mHealth Studio App, while hearScope can be used within the mHealth Studio App or as
    stand-alone applications.



 A patient data management tool facilitating data capturing, referral management and secure real-time data monitoring.

mHealth Studio is hearX’s data management portal which is included for free with subscriptions of clinical or screening products. The portal facilitates secure communication and syncing between the hardware solution and the mHealth web portal, allowing you to view all patients and test data online for easy monitoring and management.

mHealth Studio App is a mobile interface for patient data capturing and management. The ecosystem design facilitates access to all mHealth solutions in an easy-to-use manner.

mHealth Studio Cloud is an electronic health record (EHR) web portal for online data management, asynchronous telehealth capabilities, referral management, report generation, data download, and bulk patient uploads to enable secure real-time data monitoring and efficient result management.



1. Subscription:  Get a subscription to hearX's clinical or screening products.  This includes access to the mHealth Studio portal for free.

2. Hardware Solution:  Use hearX's hardware solution for patient testing, like hearing screening or clinical assessments.

3. Data Collection:  During tests, the hardware collects patient and test data.

4. Syncing:  The data collected by the hardware is securely synced with the mHealth Studio web portal.  This ensures that all patient information and test results are safely uploaded to a centralized system.

5. Online Access:  You can now access all patient records and test data online through the mHealth Studio portal.  This allows for easy monitoring and management of patient information.

6. Secure Communication:  The portal ensures secure communication between the hardware and the online platform, protecting patent confidentiality. 

7. Convenience:  With mHealth, you can efficiently manage patient data and gain insights, making it a valuable tool for healthcare professionals.




Yes, annual reoccurring maintenance for the hearScreen includes Software License Renewal and Headphone Calibration.

2023 Renewal Option Costs for hearScreen:

$750.00  -   Includes Annual Software License Renewal & New Calibrated Headphone (no testing downtime) 


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