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General GB-4000 questions

I sent the following questions to Quantumbalancing but thought I would also post them here. One of the questions was answered before by someone on this forum but I have no idea where he got the info. First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! I love my GB but the more I use it the more questions I come up with. (1) Is there any distinct advantage to using the gate feature? (2) I currantly have the gate set at 64 hz, 75% duty cycle. Does that make sense? (3) What is the difference between the 90% duty cycle that the GB has for a default and the duty cycle in the gate feature? (4) What is the best % for the modulation. I believe the default is 100%. What would be the purpose of changing it? (5) What is the output (voltage and watts)of the GB without the amplifier? I am trying to compare it to my ProWave Model 101 and F125 which I also use occasionally for other reasons. (6) I have purchased a IR/BPT-500 R/B Plasma Device from Dave Trebing at Vibrant Health and would like to be able to use the GB as a signal source. I plan to use a female BNC adapter to banana plug cable to connect the two. Should I keep the amplitude all the way down on the GB (no amplifier, of course)? (7) In the operating instruction, it lists the gate rate at 5-75 Hz but the generator display gives the rate as 5-2200 Hz. Which is correct? (8) Regarding program #114, how is it to be run? The amp cannot be used, correct? How can you run freqs below 1 mHz on square wave and freqs above 1mhz on sine wave all in the same program? Would I be correct in assuming that program #114 is best run on sine wave, in RF mode, without the amp? (9) Regarding sweeps, if I do a sweep from, lets say, from 2000 to 2600, does it sweep at 1hz increments? Can the sweep increment be changed? At 5 minutes sweep time, would that mean that each freq gets hit for .5 second each? Thanks, Mike

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Frank Verdi
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Received GB-4000 programming information from James/Quantum Balancing Figured there might be some others who missed this same info in the manuals, etc. so here it is: For the GB-4000 the default time for each autoprogram group is 5 minutes:

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CHANGING DEFAULT TIME FOR AUTOPROGRAMS 1)At the start prompt, input the time desired for each group 2)Press AutoChannel key 3)Input number of the autoprogram desired 4)Press Run key

Note that this is the same procedure as changing the default single frequency time except the Enter key is not pressed between Step 1 and Step 2. RUNNING CONSECUTIVE AUTOPRAMS 1)At the start prompt, press AutoChannel key 2)Input number of the autoprogram desired 3)Press +/MOD key 4)Input number of the next autoprogram desired 5)Press +/MOD key 6)Continue. 7)Press number of the last autoprogram desired 8)Press Run key Up to 10 autoprograms can be linked this way and run without interruption. Frank

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Frank Verdi
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One of the questions I wonder about is the power requirements for running multiple frequencies concurrently. The GB-4000 can run up to 8 frequencies at the same time (for <40,000 Hz) - Doesn't this translate into each frequencies getting only 1/8 the power of the unit which has marginal power delivery to begin with?

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Might it not be better to run some of the autoprograms manually inputting each frequency individually & running only one frequency at a time to get more power/more effective body penetration to reach deeper residing pathogens? Common sense would suggest this, but simplicity may not be correct operationally - Any ideas or expertise would be appreciated. Frank

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Paul Gruszka
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Hi Frank

I can explain what happens to 8 frequencies added together perfectly from an engineering point of view. If you were to filter out each wave and look at them you would simultaneously see each wave and hence the peaks would all be the same giving the same power to each the same as if they were run separately. Its really a question of how good the algorithm is in the digital summing of the waves. Obviously nothing is perfect and digital devices have a resolution, which is ultimately their master clock. Whether this jitter affects the waves or adds harmonics is down to how much faster the clock is in relation to the wave being generated. Hope this helps. Thanks Paul

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Frank Verdi
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I must confess that either I do not know or I've forgotten the difference between an "audio" wave output & a "radio" wave output - The GB4000 makes a great distinction here. Is it simply that the radio wave runs with the carrier while the audio does not?

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Subjectively, the audio puts out a jolt felt much more strongly than the radio - The radio has better penetration & always blows out whatever program my laptop is executing... Since there exist the two different outputs, what are the major advantages/disadvantages of running one as opposed to the other? Frank www.electronhealth.com

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Also Please tell me the answer, I am interested...

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Scott Greenapple
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I am new to the forum. I am considering buying a GB-4000 or JW labs unit. Any comments on experience. I am a Chiropractor/ acupuncture using many modalities, including lasers both class 3 and 4. Also using Frequency specific Microcurrent. I am a triathlete, one year ago developed very high levels of Epstein Barr and now fighting that as well as chronic fatigue. I will use the machine on myself and then offer to my patients. John Wright at JWlabs has been most helpfull

but I am also intrigued by GB 4000. Any comments I woudl greatly appreciate.

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Frank Verdi
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Scott: I have purchased a couple of systems from Thomas Lum, Pacific Health Online - He has dabbled with just about every Rife system & I know personally that he has used both JWLabs & GB-4000 units.

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He is probably one of the best sources to give you a direct comparison between the two products. You can phone him directly as he sells several different Rife configurations & also expect to hear about Atelier Robin units which I believe to be his preference. www.pachealthonline.com Frank www.electronhealth.com