Re: high quality sound system for fMRI ("tnt(at)" )

Subject: Re: high quality sound system for fMRI
From:    "tnt(at)"  <tnt(at)>
Date:    Thu, 21 Aug 2003 15:22:22 -0400

Dear List, I tried to contact Resonance Technology about more detailed specs and a price quote. Unfortunately, they didn't get back to me after 5 e-mails to different addresses, or even after I called them and they promised an immediate reply. The imagers at Cambridge are using their system, which broke down a couple of weeks ago. They were not able to get any response from the company for over 2 weeks! Just thought you should know. Maybe they prefer the North-American market.... I came across another electro-static system with CE marking and a good frequency response from a group in Germany. It is a spin-off from an audio lab and they seem very competent. Their web site is . Best wishes, Thomas At 19:58 21/08/03, you wrote: Marc, Please keep the list informed of your evaluation of the Resonance Technology system. My dealings with them in the past have been plagued by secretiveness about system performance and misleading and/or inflated claims, and the frequency response they claim for this new system seems unlikely. It would be beneficial to the imaging community to know if their claims now are believeable. Mike Ravicz, Eaton-Peabody Lab., Mass. Eye & Ear Inf., Boston MA 02114 USA +1 (617) 573-5591/3747; FAX +1 (617) 720-4408; mer(at) "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing;..." - somebody -------------------------------------------------------------------- mail2web - Check your email from the web at .

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