I went to a two day Syncrometer class back in 1996 in southern California. I checked a few months ago and they were still
giving the Syncrometer classes. The class was sponsored by Dr. Clark. As part of the class I got to keep the Syncrometer. I
found that the class was very informative. No I do not use it. I did find that for me it was very easy to use but difficult to
interpret the findings. Its accuracy is based on your ear. I was told by the instructor that one needed to practice many many
hours to be able to use it sufficiently to obtain any degree of accuracy. At the end ot the class the students were given ten test
samples to test. I could only identify 5 out of the ten. Most of the other students did about the same. In my opinion it would be
a very useful tool, but because of the high learning curve, most people will not be able to use it efficiently. If you have sensitive
hearing and are musically inclined, you may get good results with it, otherwise you just may be guessing at your results. Maybe
some day someone will make a Syncrometer that is computer controlled that has a high degree of accuracy. Until then I don't
think it will be used by many people. Bottom line for me was that I did not care what parasite
I had or what chemical was in
me. I came to the conclusion to just use the Zapper and/or do the herbal parasite
cleanse. And don't forget the Kidney, Liver
and Gall Bladder cleanses the Dr. Clark recommends.
Go to http://www.toolsforhealing.com/products/QuickSync.htm.
You can download the QuickSync manual for $19.95.
I intend to buy it soon. I talked to the guy who wrote the manual. He said it was easier to use his method then the Clark