Re: headphones for fMRI (Tilak Ratnanather )

Subject: Re: headphones for fMRI
From:    Tilak Ratnanather  <tilak@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 16 Feb 2012 10:20:15 -0500

I wasn't aware of MR-Confon. I have come across but not used Resonance Technologies and Avotec used respectively by Stefan Stenfelt's and Scott Holland's group in Linkoping and Cincinnati. In both cases the headphones had to be adapted or boosted to deal or mimic hearing-impairment. == Tilak J T Ratnanather Center for Imaging Science and Institute for Computational Medicine The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore MD 21218 ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 16:26:56 +0200 From: Leon Deouell <msleon@xxxxxxxx> Subject: headphones for fMRI Hi, We are about to purchase headphones for our new Siemens Skyra 3T MRI scanner and want to make sure we are not missing good options. These headphones will be used for functional imaging of the auditory\language systems and thus need to have high quality specs (not pneumatic for sure). We are familiar with the MR-Confon, Nordic Neurolab, and Sensimetrics' sets, and would be grateful for tips on other great systems. Thanks, Leon -- --------------------------------------------------- Leon Y. Deouell, MD, PhD Professor Department of Psychology and Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Jerusalem 91905 Israel URL:

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