HEARLab was developed by National Acoustic Laboratories and the HEARing CRC. It is a proven test instrument that enables the clinician to measure cortical or brainstem responses in people with and without hearing aids. The system uses a standard PC with a versatile electronic interface for stimulus presentation and response acquisition. The interface allows the software to fully control stimulus levels, signal pathways and response conditioning. This technology enables new audiological tests to be added to the HEARLab system easily, through the development of new software modules.
For detailed technical and operational information, go to our dedicated HEARLab site https://hearlab.nal.gov.au