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I would think that a machine that generates 7 to 8Hz wave would be huge.
The lunatics, er, respected audiophiles, who have experienced positive effects have caused me to have great jealousy. I tried the SW1 unit and could not detect anything. Then someone offered I should try a more reknowned unit, but I did not do so.I'm thinking with my SS8's and the open back design I won't need any additional openness.
It creates an EM wave, not an acoustic wave. For an acoustic wave, yes, it would have to be huge, but there is no need of a physical analog transducer for EM waves. The power needed to produce an EM wave of this magnitude in such a small space as a room would be a few milliwatts.
I think that you have "EM wave" and "acoustic wave" sizes (and ideas) backwards. An "EM wave" antenna is not a transducer! The antennas on these toys look much like the antennas on AM radio receivers of 1/2 century ago. A transmitting antenna needs to be a significant fraction of a wave-length to work. That antenna would be measured in miles./quote]I'm not privy to the circuitry used (nor are you!), but there are other many ways to produce an output of EM energy.Nor do I care. Period. This post makes no claim about any causative factors, only the audibility of the result. And it is clearly audible in the 4 systems I've now heard it in, by me and the members of our audio listening group.
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