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Powerful on- and off-line averaging features make it possible to perform a wide variety of evoked response studies. Record and measure evoked potentials, late potentials, startle, nerve conduction and field potentials. Use the 100C-series biopotential amplifiers to record visual, somatosensory and auditory evoked responses. Use the stimulator to output pre-defined waveforms or tones, tone pips, clicks (pulses) or other, more complex, waveforms. Provide stimulation with BIOPAC stimulators, stimulus presentation programs (SuperLab, E-Prime, etc.), Virtual Reality paradigms, or 3rd-party devices

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