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Part #: OUT1, OUT1A

These wide response high-fidelity headphones are used for auditory stimulus (short tones or clicks) or to listen to physiological signals (like EMG) directly. The headphones are comfortable and lightweight and include a 2-meter cable so the Subject can be seated a comfortable distance from the acquisition unit.

Simple Sensor connector interfaces with the “Analog Outport” port on the MP3x unit.

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BSL: Higher Education > Curriculum > L01, L02, L11, H09, H16, H31.

BSL 4.0.2 and above: Higher Education > Curriculum > L16, 17 (headphone output option for monitoring stethoscope sounds through OUT1/OUT1A/40HP via the MP Analog Output or headphone jack.

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