Who Benefits from using The Shakti USB Sound Device?
1) Anyone who is using a Laptop or desktop, or who plans on using Shakti with one.
2) Males who do not have a history of altered-state experiences.
3) Anyone using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
The Shakti USB sound device (rebranded, from a major manufacturer) has very high output – up to 100 mG. In earlier laboratory studies, the output from the coils was calibrated to 10 Milligauss (about as strong as the magnetic fields that surround stereo headphones). In more recent studies, a higher output (50 mG – about as strong as the output from a hair dryer) has been used, and found to be more effective. 50 milligauss is the laboratory standard for this kind of magnetic stimulation.
The Shakti USB device has a maximum undistorted output of 92 mG (more than that, and the output from the device can become a bit distorted), and an absolute output of 100 mG.
The Shakti USB device has a great deal of ‘headroom’, meaning that one can raise the field strength to a very high level before the output is distorted.
Males who have less powerful responses to Shakti can often ‘tweak’ their output by raising their volume (increasing the field strength), and the more ‘headroom’ they have, the more they can do this.
The Shakti USB sound device will install automatically under Win7, Vista, or XP, so that you don’t need to locate any device drivers. It will also set itself as the default sound device. In most cases, you won’t have to do anything except plug it in. Shakti tech support can help you in the unlikely event that you have any problems with the Shakti USB sound device.