Audio CARL

Regular price $6,499.00

Product Details

Audio CARL is a manikin designed to simulate a hearing loss patient. Audio CARL users will be able to practice with real audiometers to 'test' CARLs hearing.  Microphones mounted at CARL’s eardrum will also be enabled for in-canal sound recordings and SPL meter functionality for quantification and visualization of sound delivered to CARL’s eardrum. 

Audio CARL orders will be shipped in limited quantity on July 1st, 2022, with more stock arriving late Q3 2022 and Q4 2022. For exact delivery dates of your order, please contact AHead. If an Audio CARL unit order is placed, we will communicate with you immediately what your expected ship date is. This description will be updated as further information is available for ship dates.

Audio CARL orders will be shipped in the order in which we receive them. Please contact AHead for further information.

Package Includes

  • Your Audio CARL
  • Welcome & Quick Start Guide Documents
  • 3 Sets CARL Ears - 1 Microphone (Light & Dark), 1 Large (Light & Dark), 1 Large EMI
  • Power and USB Cable for connection of your CARL
  • Chromebook to run your Audio CARL software
  • Product Depth 228.6 mm (9")
  • Product Height 317.5 mm (12.5")
  • Product Width 241.3 mm (9.5")
  • Shipping Box Depth 305 mm (12")
  • Shipping Box Height 457 mm (18")
  • Shipping Box Width 305 mm (12")
Test Hearing
In-canal recordings
Measure SPL
Patient Education



in canal recordings made accessible

Microphones mounted at CARL’s eardrum allow for a fully representative ear canal while relying on the validated acoustics of CARL's existing ear anatomies. Output a simple high quality .wav file to simplify your setup.


From our ongoing validation

We program CARL with specific audiograms and are asking students and instructors to test CARL's thresholds and to provide feedback on what they think of the simulator. Our early data looks very promising, with good agreement between the audiograms and the test results, and high ratings of CARL's usefulness as an Audiometry simulator. We plan to finish this work and share it with the field as soon as we can.

Susan Scollie
Director, National Centre for Audiology, London, Canada

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