New Neuralynx Products Available
to Order Now!

Digital Lynx SX-M (Multiplexing System)
    • Lowest price point to use Neuralynx Cheetah Software
    • Purchase new OR integrate with your existing Digital Lynx SX
    • Highest channel count per tether wire in the industry
    • Utilizes Intan chip technology
    • Only multiplexing system with 2 dedicated differential stimulation channels in this small package
    • System ready for wireless headstages and real-time signal processing products available later this year
    • Backed by Neuralynx's 20 years of field-tested reliability and unsurpassed customer support
  Check out our website for more details on the system upgrades and headstages.


The New Digital Lynx SX Multiplexing System  
(upgraded DL SX-M shown)



  32- and 64-Channel

The much anticipated release of Neuralynx's multiplexing system is here.  The new multiplexing system gives you the flexibility of having up to 128 channels with just two tethers and there is an upgrade path for your existing Digital Lynx SX.  
Buy One Headstage, Get One Headstage Free - Don't Miss Out!
Quotes issued through April 15th for a new system or a system upgrade will receive a free 32- or 64-channel multiplexing headstage with the purchase of one equivalent or higher channel count multiplexing headstage.
For more information on these products contact: or

Available to Order in April!

The novel Quick ClipTM headstages and EIBs easily join together with a self-aligning and effortless connection.  The QC products provide a lower profile for your test subjects due to the horizontal orientation of the headstage.  Neuralynx is excited to release the HS-QC-36 and HS-QC-72 in April with accompanying EIB's. 
For more information on these products contact: or
Tech Spot:  Plugging Into the DRS Board vs the
Input Board
If your Digital Lynx S or SX system has a Digital Reference Selection (DRS-36) board, make sure that your headstage is plugged into that board and not into the Input board.  Plugging directly into the Input board in this case is essentially referencing your signal to an open channel.  As can be seen from the images below, your signal quality is greatly degraded when you bypass the DRS input.  The same global settings were used with all signals collected, regardless of whether the headstage was plugged into the Input or DRS board.  
      Bypassing DRS Board                       Using DRS Board           

As a reminder to plug your headstages into the DRS board rather than the Input board, we now carry Input board caps to cover the MDR-50 port on the board. Please email if you would like to order these covers.

Additional Questions
Don't forget to check out the Frequently Asked Questions section on our website. Still need answers? Please email or for assistance.
Neuralynx is updating its MATLAB User Group.  This repository, consisting of MATLAB scripts, is geared toward your research.  The goal is to provide you additional MATLAB options and  analysis flexibility.  Please visit our MATLAB Development page for more information.  If you have any requests for specific utilities or, if you would like to submit a MATLAB script, please email:

Upcoming Conferences

FENS: July 5 – 9 Milan Italy
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SFN: November 15 – 19, Washington DC
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AES: December 5 – 9, Seattle, WA
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