Audiology booths

Controlled audiological recordings

The 250 and 350 audiology booths allow for accurate, safe and reliable hearing test assessments through the attenuation of background sound, complying with the standard ISO 8253-1 for audiometric test methods to ensure the best testing results.

Each booth is equipped with a silenced ventilation system, maintenance-free LED lighting and a large double-glazed acoustic window to ensure maximum patient comfort whilst the audiometric hearing test is completed.

Please note: The 250s and 350s are manufactured by IAC acoustics and distributed by Amplivox Ltd.


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Full flexibility

Fully equipped with castors, the pre-assembled 250s booth can be positioned quickly and is designed to fit through a standard doorway. Booths are supplied with an audiometer shelf (250s) and integral jack panel audiometer connections to ensure an integrated facility which is ready to use within minutes of delivery.

Unassembled kit form options (250s and 350s) are available where access is difficult for a pre-assembled booth. The audiology booth can be ordered with either a left or right hand opening to suit your preferences.

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250s 350s
External dimensions 730mm (w) x 990mm (d) x 1945mm (h) 1000mm (w) x 1069mm (d) x 2253mm (h)
Internal dimensions 604mm (w) x 860mm (d) x 1680mm (h) 894mm (w) x 948mm (d) x 2000mm (h)
Lighting and ventilation
Self assembly option
Pre-assemble option -
Left or right door order configuration
Weight 295kg net (322kg shipping
325kg net (355kg shipping
  • Key features

    Supplied pre-assembled or as a self-assembly kit (250s only)
    Folding shelf and integral jack panel (250s only)
    Silenced ventilation system and lighting
    Large double-glazed acoustic window
    Built-in patient’s seat (250s pre-assembled)
    Left-hand or right-hand door options
    Complies with BSEN ISO 8253-1.

Space saving

Designed to fit through a standard doorway and use as little space as possible, the 250s is engineered to provide sound attenuation with maximum flexibility in most environments, making it the ideal solution for mobile audiometry testing.

The 350s is a larger booth with significantly more internal space. Provided in kit form only, the booth can easily be assembled. This audiology booth also offers complete flexibility with booth order configuration available either as a right or left hand opening, therefore allowing maximum utilisation of available room space.

Frequently asked questions

  • What is an audiometric room?

    Primarily designed for clinical applications in hospitals and universities, an audiometric room is a combination of an exam room and a control room. It provides a high degree of isolation on both sides of the double-glazed, laminated safety glass for the audiologist and for the patient.

    Puretone and Sound Field (free field) audiometric practices are used to assess the hearing/hearing loss of a patient. Once a hearing loss has been identified in a patient, clinical investigations begin.

    What are the conditions for good acoustics?

    Good conditions for good acoustics are very much depending on the need of the user. Within audiology, good acoustics is defined by the ISO 8253-1 standard, which defines the ambient sound pressure levels for an audiometric test room.

  • What is an audiometric booth?

    An audiometric booth is an audiology testing room, built with walls containing acoustic dampening materials in order to create a noise excluding test area where a patient can be seated in to conduct a hearing test. Testing booths can generally be set -up in most locations, are easy to move and some designs can be self-assembly.

    What is an acoustic environment?

    Acoustic space is an acoustic environment in which sound can be heard by an observer. The term "acoustic space" was first mentioned by Marshall McLuhan, a professor and a philosopher. This could be when outside or when in a confined space. Both of these situations are referred to as acoustic environments.