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I basically followed the guide here, except I soldered the ends of the adapters to male jumper cables so I could insert them in my breadboard: http://eeghacker.blogspot.com/2013/11/making-eeg-electrode-adapter.html . You can buy the touch proof DIN adapters in a ten pack for cheap from this site, part #36671: http://www.plastics1.com/Gallery-CCS.php?FILTER_CLEAR&FILTER_FNAME=36671. If you get your circuit working, do you mind posting a picture? I'm having trouble getting mine to work.
Alright, thanks for the reply. If you get it working, could you post about it here? I've been having a lot of difficulty getting mine to work, and I'm lost on what else to do.
Hi, is this just a clean visual representation of the schematic from the circuit, or did you make changes to it?
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