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OK, class, what is wrong with this question:
"Or am I not quite getting it..."
Answer: nothing! Why? Because there is nothing there to get. Three years ago there was this: //www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=31993
No follow up.
This is interesting: http://home.earthlink.net/~jedcline/clarkzt.html
Wait a few minutes, then read it again. It does not improve with age.
Hanging an autometic frequency/amplitude/spectrum detector circuit on the speaker output is easy enough, but what do you do with the results? What constitutes a result?
The gigantic variable in the Synchrometer system is the point of contact with the human body. The smaller the point, the more a small variation in location and/or pressure can affect the "results". People's skin characteristics change from hour to hour, let alone day to day. Even with months of training (???), I don't see any way to reduce the effects of the random variables enough to get reliable results, manually or otherwise.
But, I could be wrong.
On the other hand, if anyone knows, from an electronic point of view, what a Synchrometer is doing/detecting, there probably is a better way to do it, one which reduces or eliminates the variables. Example: Touching a sensitive voltmeter to the skin across the heart will pick up some EKG signals, but they will wander all over the place with pressure, skin chemistry, changes in diet, changes in soap, etc. Add a 3rd contact point on the leg, and detect the signals differentially, and you have a method so reliable and repeatable than literally a machine can do it - like an automatic defibrillator.