In this page, you will be setting up Audiqueen to work with a Generic Audiometer. Please read our section regarding Generic Audiometers first before continuing with this section.


  1. Open OTOSuite. Make sure it is connected to the audiometer 
  2. Set Otosuite to Speech
  3. Open Audiqueen. Select the Speech test type or any other A§E test and click on new measurement. 
  4. Be sure that Generic Audiometer is selected and press the calibration button
  5. In step 1, select the correct Windows soundcard that makes your VU meter in Otosuite detect sound. This might be a standard soundcard that is connected to your audiometer through an audio cable, but it might also be one of the soundcards that contain the name of Audiometer. You might need to configure some input settings in your audiometer or in the OTOSUITE Speech configuration to detect sound coming from Audiqueen.
  6. In step 2, play the calibration signal & check in OTOSUITE what the VU meter is showing
  7. The audiometer should be having 0dB in the VU meter. If not, have your audiometer adjusted so that it is calibrated with the VU meter input level to 0 when playing the calibration signal in Audiqueen/A§E.
  8. Run a verification to assure that your calibration is correct. An SPL meter is needed to perform this verification.


An alternate, but not recommended way is to adjust the Audiqueen slider so that the vu meter input in OTOSuite is 0dB.


  1. After a successful calibration, you can test within Audiqueen
  2. Open OTOSuite. Make sure it is connected to the audiometer 
  3. Set to Speech
  4. Configure the audiometer in OTOSuite so that the correct ear and transducer is set 
  5. Set the output to 70dB in Otosuite and start your A§E test in Audiqueen.
  6. When Audiqueen asks to put the output level to 90dB, please do so in OTOSuite.
  7. After closing Audiqueen, you can also close OTOSuite.