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Re: CD player

Another idea would be to use a portable audio player that can play
lossless audio formats like WAV or FLAC.

For example the SanDisk Sansa Fuze can play WAV and FLAC
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sansa_Fuze). Or use an iPod together
with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockbox :)

:) stefan

On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 3:02 PM, Bob Masta <audio@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 27 Jan 2010 at 7:49, Monita Chatterjee wrote:
>> Dear List,
>> We have a need for a CD player to play audio files (6
>> kHz BW) for an OAE experiment. Is there a particular
>> kind of player I should look for? how would a $40 home
>> CD player, for instance, compare with fancy stuff you
>> can get for hundreds of $$? Stimuli will be steady-state
>> and modulated, simple noise and more complex..
> Cheap players may have more mains hum, in my experience,
> but it's hard to make a general rule based on selling
> price.
> If you are controlling the experiment with a computer, you
> may find it a lot simpler to generate stimuli with the
> sound card.  You can use my Daqarta for Windows software
> (free for signal generation uses) to generate signals in
> real-time. It can produce a broad range of waveforms
> (inlcuding arbitrary ones you define) and modulation types,
> and you can create extremely complex signals by using
> signals as modulators for other signals.
> Let me know if you want advice about applying Daqarta to
> your particular needs.
> Best regards,
> Bob Masta
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