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Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ?


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Posted on June 22, 2011 at 02:19:30

diyaudiophile
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Hi,

This 7.83Hz Schumann wave generator is much cheaper than the Acoustic Revive RR-77.

Have anyone tried this before ?

Thanks in advance for your input.

http://www.kellyresearchtech.com/elf.html

RE: Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ? - moray james 09:14:13 09/05/11 (1)
RE: Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ? - maxpower5566 21:04:50 09/07/11 (0)
RE: Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ? - maxpower5566 22:35:41 09/01/11 (0)

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RE: Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ?, posted on September 5, 2011 at 09:14:13

moray james I own one of the portable Kelly units and it works well. I also have another brand table top
Manufacturer design which also works well. In both cases I ended up installing much larger antennas
which I wound using 30 gage magnet wire on thin cardboard stock which I coated with
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Location: Calgary on the Kelly Research is a n excellent company to deal with with great service and support. Very
Bow nice family business and deserving of local support. Best regards Moray James.
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moray james

RE: Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ?, posted on September 7, 2011 at 21:04:50

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This is the Portable schumann generator I use for protection and as well as tweak my
portable and pc head-fi rig.

The impact is very very significant and price is the CHEAPEST!

http://blushield.us/products.htm

RE: Have Anyone Tried This Alpha Wave emitter ?, posted on September 1, 2011 at 22:35:41

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Tried this vis a vis the RR-77.

http://trade.audioasylum.com/ca/listing/Accessory/MA/SR783MKII/SR783MKII-
Schumann-Resonance-Emitter/49516

Works and even better boosted with the regulated Pyramid power supply

Pyramid

http://www.amazon.com/Pyramid-PS12KX-10-amp-13-8-volt-
Supply/dp/B0002JTD1Q/ref=pd_cp_e_1

So far 16 replies and nobody has actually tried this model, posted on June 23, 2011 at 09:14:20

Awe-d-o-file Hopefully we'll get a few responses from people that have tried the unit in question. Not that
Dealer the thread has a problem or is bad. I'm interested in hearing from some actual users of the
product as is the OP.
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Question, posted on June 22, 2011 at 07:57:15

Chris O Since these do not produce sound, only modulating a very weak 9 volt battery into a tiny
7.8hz AC field, wouldn't they be completely swamped out by the very powerful 60hz AC
signal that permeates every interior space? Or the actual Schumann Frequency produced by
the earth?

I would bet that Tesla used very high voltage and current.
one third of my stuff is running on110hz A/C juice from a PS Audio P600 regenerator, posted on June 23, 2011 at
18:44:45

Elizabeth So at least part of my room is excited by the 110 hz instead of 60 hz.

I wonder if i ran it at say 67 hz and then the difference of the 60hz and 67 hz would be 7hz?
Would it generate a 7 hz mode?

RE: Question, posted on June 22, 2011 at 13:04:38

rick_m I can't give you a definitive answer without a bunch of qualifiers, but in the main the answer
Audiophile is probably no, it won't be swamped out by the real fleld or the powerlines, especially if it's
close to you.
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Location: Oregon The natural signal is quite weak, there isn't very much magnetic field from your power lines
Joined: August 11, 2005 in most instances unless something is not working right, and there should be very little
energy almost a decade below 60Hz.

The sort of loop antenna they are using isn't very effective and the inner turns do practically
nothing. On the other hand we are apparently quite sensitive to this signal if the natural one
truly has an effect. The on axis signal from the loop falls off with the third power of distance
beyond it's effective radius which is maybe 3/4 of the way to the edge. So moving it around
probably makes quite a difference.

Whether the actual 60Hz signal interferes with it depends on the bandwidth of the receiver
in your brain or wherever it is, the relative strength of the signals and whether there is any
capture effect. If you want to try it you can always move it closer (or put on top of your
head?).

I haven't messed with this issue very much. A few years ago when the subject was being
discussed I took ten minutes to rig up a function generator to a loop I had laying around, a
far more effective one than theirs. I set it to running across the room and noticed that I
started feeling a little woozy after a few minutes. Didn't like that so I changed the frequency
a little and it cleared up. Upon reading some more I found that the second frequency was
actually more what was regarded as nominal. The actual frequency shifts around a bit as it's
determined by the resonance of the Earth-ionosphere cavity which is affected by the
effective height of the ionosphere and propagation velocity which is affected by weather.

That's as far as I got, it had enough effect that it sort of spooked me and I decided to set it
aside until I had time to focus on it then I sort of forgot all about it. Just because something
alters your perceptions or how you feel doesn't mean that it's necessarily good for you. I'd be
very interested to hear what folks have decided after long term usage...

Regards, Rick

Wooden a Schumann Freq. CD be cheaper?, posted on June 22, 2011 at 06:34:45

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Your system would have to play a 7hz tone correctly? not many can., posted on June 22, 2011 at 11:15:25
Elizabeth Then you would only be playing the tone, and no music besides...
Just sayin'

Not many is right. How about none? LOL, posted on June 22, 2011 at 13:01:44

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RE: Your system would have to play a 7hz tone correctly? not many can., posted on June 22, 2011 at 11:34:50

geoffkait The CD plays two different tones of higher frequency reproduceable by any speaker, the
Manufacturer difference of the tones being 7.83 Hz. You can use a cheap $29 portable player to play the
Schumann CD. There, wasn't that easy?
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Difference tones, posted on June 23, 2011 at 08:35:19

caspian@peak.org That's precisely how some of the new age meditation CDs work. The difference tones are
Audiophile used to entrain specific brainwave frequencies -- alpha, theta, whatever. I've listened to a
few of those, and some definitely do alter mood a bit, despite the general suckiness of the
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RE: Difference tones, posted on June 23, 2011 at 08:38:20

geoffkait Exactly. And that's precisely what the Schumann Frequency CDs are sold as - meditation
Manufacturer aids. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

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make a gizmo which rotates a wooden paddle at the frequency, even if only near an edge it rotates past.., posted
on June 22, 2011 at 23:14:56

Elizabeth It would generate a 7hz wave. small, but that is the idea isn't it?
One could even make a ceiling fan to rotate properly to generate the tone. Just have it with
an object in one spot with the blades creating the wave as they pass the object.
What would the rotation speed have to be? engineering types wanted.
For a four or five blade fan?
Even have the side blocks all arranged around the circ. to generate a stronger pulse.

Reverse engineer this guy, posted on June 23, 2011 at 04:51:01

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It goes to 1 (not 11-Spinal Tap) Hz.

http://www.rotarywoofer.com/

Rotary fans cause very audible distortion. , posted on June 23, 2011 at 05:48:54

oldmkvi How can this work?


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RE: Rotary fans cause very audible distortion. , posted on June 23, 2011 at 07:13:01

rick_m Look at the site. The bass modulates the prop pitch.
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PS..., posted on June 23, 2011 at 07:17:12

rick_m It doesn't phase modulate (distort) the main signal because it's isolated from it in ductwork.
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OK, thanks. nt, posted on June 23, 2011 at 17:30:38

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There are no wooden CD's. [nt], posted on June 22, 2011 at 11:14:57

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I wooden be surprised. nt, posted on June 22, 2011 at 11:36:10

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My apologies to geoffkait, but I'm still laughing at this one [nt], posted on June 22, 2011 at 11:24:43

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