Re: EEG compatible earphones (Michael Tangermann )

Subject: Re: EEG compatible earphones
From:    Michael Tangermann  <ms@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Fri, 13 Dec 2013 11:09:25 +0100

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Dear Maris, I like to use the Sennheiser PMX 200 model, a closed-back neckholder shape. It is great for EEG recordings, but unfortunately it is not available on the market any more. If you find a source, however, please let me know :-) Best, Michael On 12/12/2013 05:28 PM, Maris Skujevskis wrote: > Hi all, > > Can anyone suggest a pair of EEG compatible earphones? > > I am thinking of something that is: a) physically comfortable and not in > touch with the electrodes (i.e., earphones rather than headphones) b) not > introducing any electrical noise into the EEG recording c) noise isolating > > > Thanks. > - -- !!! NEUE ADRESSE: Michael Tangermann Breite Str. 10 79183 Waldkirch Mob: +49.(0)163.7352468 - ---- PGP fingerprint: 7000 D4D3 44FA 1FC0 E3BF E590 56FB 763B 754B D339 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.14 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJSqtzUAAoJEFb7djt1S9M5is8IALioyRGyKFYsaAYrZ7q7yNG5 2H+/xQDGD/UhkCUTNuoYxxs+gkHFlrYBL3OpGMILEbcw1Mw/Wmd2d/XZMDkSuHjT 3hvKS3OkRZB8IOjMZSHpyUoEHcN2EHPwdUaKgNol67elwZs/vP+bLW5rP4DetZIw 1uz9ICuwwtlgvJNu+CEBH3cLsp7lqJbOKwTcHQYSLCyoxMC+Wm7BeMwFosmvsgbe Y/cmSm7G4qR3dQG0CqRliMXtaGcXG6ILtY+8L0E1isQqewOgyjMbfKP8sVxhqweP mxa/LxMTxDxfcs+Bq4/46QlD3JQ/L3BfTxaDkbyNRkC60LAl+lKQ7PvNTyIG9w4= =h5O+ -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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