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None to my knowledge...the enhancer would have to be part of the water proof headphones...I don't know if the DepthMaster company is still in biz but you could look them up and ask...

I hope my memory has not screwed up the name


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Recently son gave me a neat booster to trial, Treasure Mate V3


Very compact, Speaker inbuilt, HDphone plug, inbuilt 9v Lithium battery, external USB recharge, volume control etc . Brilliant, no drama way to go for me..

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OOppss....I made a mistake with my comments about the SDC 2300 having the small headphone jack. My bad. It of course has its own special plug due to its waterproof ability for the waterproof headphones. The headphones it comes with have the same plug connection but they aren't waterproof. The waterproof headphones are an extra that you have to buy separately. For the price of the 2300 you think they would be part of it. I believe that none of the other waterproof Minelab headphones are compatible with the 2300. :rolleyes: Cheers

JW :smile: 

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Wouldn't you think that by now Minelab would have built their own headphones, as the ones they provide with their very expensive detectors are cheap rubbish.

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Reg, you are so right.

Cannot imagine why they would leave it to others to build headphones that are the equal to their wonderful detectors.

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21 hours ago, Swegin said:

http://steelphase.com.au/index.php/products.   I wish these were available here in the States.


As I am making larger batches now, they will be distributed throughout the US soon. We can however ship direct to the US via our website.

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