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Spooky Audio uses entrainment, a process in which a regular and repeating isochronous sound is created. These audio frequencies promote healing and vitality, and encourage DNA repair.

Spooky Audio is a slim but robust speaker that can be placed on a shelf or under your pillow for overnight treatments. Connect Spooky Audio to an output of your Spooky XM generator using our simple cable adapter.

One way that it can be used is for it to be plugged into the generator, and then one would select what frequencies (in audio range) they wished to run.

Audio range is 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. The Spooky Audio (A) – JW preset sets limits to ensure any frequency outside of this range is reduced to a harmonic that is in this range.

Mind you, humans loose their top end hearing as we age and you may not be able to hear past say 14,000 – 17,000 Hz depending on age and other factors. We also tend to feel the very low frequencies vs. hearing them — 20 – 35 Hz.

The audio produced will invoke an entrainment process — especially good at brainwave entrainment for instance.

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Authored by Jeff Kaczor
Source: https://www.facebook.com/groups/spooky2/permalink/758425244319381/

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  1. Where can I purchase that little speaker.

    1. Hi Gary, our service sent you email for this. Please kindly check it.

  2. We are terribly sorry that the spooky2 audio is out of stock.

  3. Do you still sell these? I can’t find anywhere.

    1. Hi, if you still need this, please contact service online.

  4. I would like one of these when they are in stock, please.
    Laura Smith

    1. Hi, if you want to buy one, please send email to our service: [email protected] or please contact our service on the site.

  5. Can you connect the Spooky2 audio speaker through the Boost v3.1?

    1. Hi, we recommend connection to out1 directly.

  6. Hi,
    I would like to buy a small speaker compatible with my spooky XM generator.
    Your website no longer offers this product.
    Could you tell me where I can get it?

    1. Hi, I think you want one Spooky2 audio. This product has not been sold individually now, so please contact our service staff, they will provide you with the purchase way. Contact [email protected]
      Or you can have a live chat on our mall website.

  7. Apologies but I cant seem to find an option that would allow me to purchase your “speaker” for the audio funcion of spooky2

    1. Hello, this is our product a long time ago, and it is no longer on sale now. You can contact our customer service to learn more details.

    2. I am a new user, but am hoping this might work: I just purchased from amazon.com a “bnc male to 3.5 mm mini plug” . I am guessing that I can connect the bnc end of this cable to the Spooky2 OUT1, which outputs the audio; then connect the other end to my computer’s mini plug audio input. I think this should then use my computer’s internal speakers. I have not tried it yet, so not sure it will work. I think it should work to purchase a cable with “bnc male” on one end and whatever plug on the other end you need to connect either to your computer’s audio input or to and external amplifier’s audio input.

      Jerry DeGregory
  8. Is it just to connect the audio to out 1 on the generator X and it plays on its own? Or, is there a specific precept, program that has to be settled in? I need more clarification than just the info given in the above text. Thank you!

    Collette Drapeau
    1. Hi Collette, you need to connect the generator to your computer normally, then the generator connects to the Spooky2 audio, you just select the frequency you want to run in the software. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by email: [email protected].

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