Plethora of Schumann Resonance Devices

Tried an Acoustic Revive RR-77 a few years ago and have been duly impressed. Since then Acoustic Revive has replaced it with the RR-777 and now the RR-888. Kemp has an SR-Plug. Space Technology Laboratory (Canada) has come out with four different models and there are several different units on E-BAY from Indonesia, Bulgaria, England, etc. There's even a unit from Less EMF being marketed by Sears.

I'm somewhat naturally skeptical, but there's no denying that this little RR-77 box has made the single biggest improvement in my system than any other tweak I've tried (and I have tried a bunch through the years).

So given all the new Schumann based products out there, I would be interested in what's working and what's not. The price range in my personal survey runs between about $70.00 to well over 3 grand. Any help in sorting these products out would be (as always) appreciated.


Showing 2 responses by geoffkait

How can the Schumann wave even fit into a room since it's 26,000 miles long?  
I’m actually an admirer of the Schumann frequency generator in terms of its ability to improve the sound. But I also question why it does so, I don’t really question that it does, too many positive reviews. Why does the device have to be placed about 5 feet high and why does isolating it mechanically apparently work? That’s not too much to ask, is it? And most importantly perhaps, how the heck does the stupid thing improve the sound? NASA supposedly used Schumann devices on the Shuttle to relax the astronauts in space if you read what many health and wellness sites claim but there actually seems to be no evidence of any such thing. Oh, and my original question how can a 26,000 mile long electromagnetic wave fit into the room, that would be the wavelength at 7.8 Hz. Finally, would those Schumann Frequency CDs that produce a 7.8 Hz acoustic wave in the room work as well?