If the device is plugged into the computer, then leave the buttons and dials alone. The PC will do the work. You can, however, use the XM generator as a zapper if you buy some copper pipes to be hand cylinders, some kitchen roll to wrap around it and get wet to assist with conductivity, and a cable with BNC connection (for the output 1) crocodile clips. Then you can set the generator up to produce the 100% positive offset, 9V, square wave, 30,000 Hz as used by Hulda Clark. But for most spooky2 purposes, just leave it up to the software.
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