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The synchronizer enabled me to focus my concentration more effectively. I used it for one hour each night for three weeks while studying “Interviewing Skills” for my mid-term exam. My studying consisted of reading, memorization and problem analysis. The synchronized beeping blocked out the external stimuli which prevented my mind from wandering. As a result, I earned nearly a perfect score on the test.

Nanci Edden

This device was very positive at the Mega Brain seminars. We’ll look forward to demonstrating it again at any upcoming seminars.

Tim Storlie

Daniel’s problems stemmed back to infancy when he experienced hearing loss that was undiagnosed for the first three years of his life. Daniel’s hearing was not permanently restored until age six, at which time he had become adept at tuning out the world. Due to the combination of his physical handicap and his drawing into himself, his reading skills were below average. In November of 1991 I was informed by his first grade teacher that he would probably be left back as she could not reach him. In January 1992 Daniel had his third operation when his hearing was restored once again. I hired a private tutor and he did graduate with his class. His reading skills improved, yet reading was a chore for him. His habit of retreating within himself to be entertained by his imagination, at the cost of learning, was noticed by his second grade teacher.

That’s when we came to you. The idea that Daniel was slow due to poor neuron communication within his brain was something I had previously considered. Sound impulses that train the brain to quicken its responses made sense. Your test showing Daniel could not track the lines reinforced my belief that although he could hear, he was still tuning out the world. So Daniel listened to the computer each morning while he ate breakfast and in the evening while we read. Within one month he moved from level one to two and within three months he didn’t need the computer. Daniel now insists on going to the library weekly so he can read about “more new things”. His teacher is amazed at his progress, and he recently received 92% on a standard reading skills examination. He has more than compensated for his late discovery of reading by consuming everything he can. An added bonus is that he now laughs easily at himself, rather than throwing fits when he thinks someone is making fun of him. He is a happy child. The post tracking test you performed verified my observations that Daniel has “tuned in”.

Grace D. Cooper

My main interest in the synchronizer was due to sleep problems since I couldn’t turn my brain off and thoughts kept weaving through. I’d wake up in the morning realizing my body wasn’t really rested with too much going on. The synchronizer really helped to relax the body during sleep and allow it to recover. It was a big help.

Lou Sgroi

I have worked for over fifteen years with several of the best tennis coaches in the nation, including Alex Mayer, George Roser, Keith Komline (Clemson University), etc. No matter how hard I tried, I could not hit a forehand. My backhand was always very good. Then I met Jim. He bet me he could get me to hit a forehand as good as my backhand. Obviously I took the bait. The first thing he did was hand me a floppy racquet, a pair of glasses and a synchronizer. By practicing with the racquet and daily use of the glasses and synchronizer I immediately noticed an improvement in my forehand.


The racquet only allows proper ground strokes, while the glasses gets both of my eyes working and the synchronizer makes the ball appear to slow down and become larger. These items have improved my game several levels. Now at times, my forehand is actually better than my backhand. I never dreamed it would happen.

Bart Hellwig

The relax mode of the synchronizer has afforded me a deeper quality of sleep than I can remember having in years. I have chronic fatigue syndrome and very little energy, but with the up mode of the synchronizer I am motivated and able to do activities I would otherwise leave “to better time:.

Janet Damon Atlas

Using the synchronizer for only a few minutes each day has made a noticeable difference in my focusing ability. Initially I tried the synchronizer to help “track” the ball in tennis. It improved my ability to see and react to the ball tremendously, but now I find that I can also read much faster and with less fatigue.

Several weeks after starting the synchronizer, I was standing in front of a 1200 line per minute printer waiting for a report. As I glanced through the window I was startled to find that I was able to read the report data as it was printing. I could never do that before - the paper was always moving too quickly to focus on the print line.

I also find that exercise (i.e., Nordic Track) is less tedious if I use the synchronizer while exercising; it seems to keep me alert and less bored.

C. B. Gates

Working with outpatient psychiatric clients can be very stressful sometimes. At the end of the day when I know I need to get a good night's sleep, I am confident that using Jim Meissners’s device will put me to sleep in less than ten minutes. I heartely endorse the synchronizer which has a non-chemical ability to provide relaxation and is unique amongst psychotronic instruments, because it works.

Clarence Robins

Former President of the New York City Chapter of the United States Psychotronics Association

Initially I was listening to the sound impulses every time I played racquetball, I noticed a definite improvement in my game, my reflexes were much faster and I was able to return shots that I never could before. In the last few months I have been using the “down mode” and have found it to be very relaxing before I go to bed.

Bice Del Galdo

I personally find the relax mode of the synchronizer to be most helpful for work related stress. On occasion I have suffered from ocular migraine headaches for which I have found no relief. Five to ten minutes listening to the synchronizer eliminates the stress and the ocular symptoms better than anything else that I have tried.

Normally I fall asleep in five minutes or less, except on Sunday nights. The anticipation of going to work on Monday morning creates insomnia and I will toss and turn for hours. Upon using the relax mode of the Synchronizer I can be asleep in fifteen minutes.

The Synchronizer up mode is great for driving on long trips and combating drowsiness. It’s also a good motivator for doing housework and improves concentration while studying.

I have recently quit smoking (seven months ago) and used the up mode to give me the same “kick” the nicotine did. It was especially important in the earlier stages of anxiety related to the cold turkey and I feel much better than resorting to other chemical devices such as the patch.

Rita E. Brock

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