[Eeglablist] Question about actiCAP slim

Emily Kappenman emily.kappenman at sdsu.edu
Thu Aug 1 14:30:55 PDT 2019


Hi Hossein,

My lab switched to the actiCAP slim caps and electrodes several months ago,
and I definitely think it is worth it. We haven't had a single electrode
break with the slim design despite a lot of usage, and the electrodes are
much lighter in weight, so it's more comfortable for the participants to
wear the electrode cap.

Best,
Emily

On Thu, Aug 1, 2019 at 9:41 AM Hossein Abbasi <hossein.abbasi at uni-marburg.de>
wrote:

> Dear EEGlab user,
> We are thinking about changing our EEG electrode to actiCAP slim from
> Brain Products.
> I was wondering if someone who has experience with the actiCAP slim, can
> share their experience with actiCAP slim here.
> Is it worthy to spend money for replacing the old active actiCAP system
> with the new actiCAP slim?
>
> Thanks for your help and Best wishes,
> Hossein
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