SV-1 is a device designed specifically for experiments requiring a vocal response. SV-1 monitors the participant’s voice level at all times, and when the level rises above a user-specified threshold, it reports this to the computer. SV-1 is powered by an 18 MHz microprocessor and is a 100% digital device.
Wide Application Support
Compatible with SuperLab, E-Prime, Presentation, and others (see below)
Six TTL lines available for sending event markers
Open source C++ and Python libraries available
AC adapter is optional, and yes, a battery is included
Published by Cedrus; built-in support
EyeLink Experiment Builder
Response pad emulates a PST Serial Response Box
Cedrus provides a plug-in for Presentation
Linux open source library by Dr. Gijsbert Stoet
The commands that SV-1 accepts are public. Cedrus publishes and maintains Python and C++ code libraries.
Matlab support can also be found on the Internet.