One can only speculate what the brand new RR-888 Schumann Frequency Generator might sound like....
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I have a 777 in my audio room and a 77 where I sleep. They simply have been on for the last couple of years and I do not play with them anymore. This is another tweak like the Dstat II above that makes a very small difference but in the long run there are probably more effective ways in spending your monet.
The 77 schumann device is not a small difference to me. Turn it off and you know it right away.. turn it back on and "where have you been all my life?" I leave it on all the time. I will have to try the vibrapod feet.
I have heard of some people adding better power supplies to the unit. Also of using two units instead of one. I found the same response whether I had it sitting on the floor or 3 feet (as recommended) up on a pedestal.
That's right. I bought 2 SW1 and then 2 more and then 2 more. Later on I added 2 of the Chartes and then 2 more. Adding 2 at a time gave me a good idea of the improvements. I have not yet found diminishing returns with the Schumanns. IMO, people who start with one Schumann have a long way to go to optimize the Schumann effect.
According to a friend who knows more than I do, there does not appear to be much difference between the RR models -- except perhaps marketing.
I bought all four of mine Schumann Resonator off Ebay. I began tweaking the tweak by adding 50 x 1600uf/16v Rubycon caps to the power supply each SR. This addition was a major upgrade to SQ. I started out using a generic wal-wart 4a-12v linear PS to power the SR. This followed with experimenting with other power supplies; KingREx, Teddy Pardo 4/12, DIY PS, and Paul Hynes SR5-12. The SR5-12 reign supreme in SQ! I know some readers will think its ludicrous to use a PS that cost many times what the SR cost. One listen, and there is no turning back:)