okay, here we go. Found a reviewer for it on rifeforum.com
I just came across your post. It sounds like you've already got yourself a digital rife machine, but here's my experience, for what it's worth.
I’ve had a Rife Digital Bioresonanz for about 3 months and have been really happy with it, although it does have a few limitations. Its advantages are that it’s
* relatively inexpensive (for a frequency generator). It cost me $500 CDN, shipping and customs fees included.
* powerful. It runs frequencies from .01 KHz – 999.99 KHz (almost 1 MHz) with a 20 MHz quartz crystal core. I have had very quick results. I had a pain spreading up the bone in my leg for about 6 months, which started from a knee that was injured 12 years ago. After doing 20 treatments of the different sets (Detox, Organ Detox, General Parasite set, and General Infection set), I treated ten times with the General Cancer set and the pain is now practically gone. There is still a bit of stiffness, so I’m continuing to treat using the cancer set and other sets too. The last time, I put the electrodes on my hips and went to sleep and woke up with burn marks on my hips (these are almost gone after 3 weeks). I will not do that again. The machine also offers meridian treatments where electrodes are attached to both hands and feet to facilitate unblocking meridians.
I have also used it on my 8 and 13 year old, but have greatly scaled back (to 10 minute treatments once or twice a week) as my 8 year old began complaining his brain wasn’t working properly. After reading Nenah Sylver’s book, I am more wary of using such a high-powered contact device on them and am looking for a safer, possibly plasma, device to use on my kids and to share with friends.
* has a manual which includes the Electro Therapy Device Frequency list (Formerly CAFL) with 3500 frequency sets in KHz for more health problems than you care to imagine. My husband jokes that it is the hypochondriac’s dream! You can find the list on the website http://www.rifedigital.com
* very good customer service. I send an email when I can’t find a particular set and always hear back with a suggestion.
The main limitation is that it is fine as a single user device, but a bit of a hassle as a multi-user device. You can only program in one 10 frequency set at a time, so if you want to put in a new set, you basically have to program over the previous one. It doesn’t take more than a few minutes to program, but I imagine it will wear the machine out earlier than it need be, especially as I was using it daily to treat 3 different people (each with different frequency sets).
You also cannot change the frequency run time which is 10 minutes by default. So, for a 10 frequency set, you find yourself attached to a machine for 1 hour and 40 minutes--way too long for kids to sit! So in their case, I now just focus on one frequency and use the Run function for 10-15 minutes.
Also, the device is, from what I can see, US made, but mine was shipped from India, so I think that is where it was packaged. The rubber around one of the plug ins was poorly cut, but I was able to clean up the cut with a knife and it didn’t affect the working of the machine at all.
So, in summary, I’ve been happy with it, but am looking for another machine that is easier to use for multiple users and that is really safe to use on kids, even babies. Hope this helps.
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