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Use any pocket recorder as an EMG

Posted on Saturday, November 17th, 2012 in DIY, how-to by DP

Eric posted an update to his Simple DIY EMG we covered previously:

Using a cheap opamp to make a buffer, you can use any WAV-capable pocket recorder to make an electromyogram. You don’t need the expensive one I originally specified.

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