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How to Connect Your Resonant Wand and Console to AmplifierUpdated 2 years ago

Part 1: Connect Resonant Wand’s to Amplifier

1a Connect the Power Cable to the Amplifier and to a power outlet.

    Step 1b: Unscrew the “Binding Post Jack” (Red and Black screws on the Output Section 

    Step 1c. Put the wires directly into each hole (

Black Wire to Black Port and Red Wire to Red Port) <-just use arrows to point to them in the video 

    Step 1d. Tighten up the screws and pull slightly to check that wires are secure

Part 2: Connecting Resonant Console to Amplifier

    Step 2a. Open the Resonant Console app on your tablet

2b Increase the Console’s Volume to Maximum and play Testing Frequency. You should be able to hear it play a sound.

    Step 2c. Connect the RCA Cable to the Console headphone port.

    Step 2d. Connect the other end of the cable to the RCA Input Channels at the back of the amplifier. (White Cable jack goes to white channel, Red Jack goes to Red Channel)  <-just use arrows to point to them in the video 

Part 3: Check Amplifier for signal

    Step 3a. Turn Volume of the amp to Zero (all the way to the left)

    Step 3b. Press the Power button on the amplifier 

Step 3c. Check that the power light indicator is on


    Step 3d. Turn up the volume on the channel to 75% 

Step 3e. Check for light activity on the channel <-just use arrows to point to them in the video 

Part 4: Test Resonant Wand for magnetic field

Step 4a: Hold the small MAGNET JAR close to the Resonant Wand to test for magnet movement.

Step 4b hold the small cylinder magnet near the wand to feel the vibrations in your hand

Once the magnet moves then your Resonant Wand is working properly.


Make sure the testing frequency is playing during the test, it is only 1 minute long, so just play it again when it stops.

For normal operation, do not turn the volume knob pass the 3 o’clock position (75%) to avoid overheating.

Lower frequencies will vibrate the magnet more than higher frequencies.  The vibration of the magnet is mainly for testing purposes only.

Avoid holding the cylinder magnet near the face, to avoid it from snapping onto the sapphire lens.

Still Not Working? 

Repeat the steps above and make sure cables are properly connected, volumes are turned up and amplifier and console power is turned on, and test frequency is playing.

Magnet Not Moving?

Watch this Troubleshooting Guide

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