[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.


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

> 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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