Some folks may be interested in Xp Deus for coin hunting. This video shows airtest ID distance potential of detector. The ground as mineralization rises will reduce the accurate ID at distance of buried targets.
I figured I should post this here as I posted the information elsewhere on the forum that's less relevant than here.
Our extremely innovative Russian friends have managed to make a range of aftermarket coils for the Equinox, they remove the security chip out of your coil, reseal your coil and give you an adapter which then allows you to run aftermarket coils. They make a range of sizes too. My pick of the bunch would be the 9.5x5.5!
That's the range of sizes and pricing in Russian currency.
You can find out more about it here on these Russian forums, you'll have to use Google translate or something similar to read it.
And videos from them about the coils
and lucky last 🙂
When nobody can do it, the Russians do and they do it well.
I want make me sure if my program on my Detector is properly set or..
I own Equinox for 4 weeks and walked lot of km with it (90% of time on field). But I am still little confused about my settings to forest. I tryied with settings: field 1, 5 tone, disc -9 to 0, Rs 4 and iron bias 2. Our woods is pretty clear, so I can get more depth. (I am coin hunter)
What I read or what I heard is that park 2 is more to depth than field 1..
But park 2 is more for dirty locations..
I'm from central Europe and local old silver coins are differently conductive because of their age and and size.
what would you recommend? Park or field settings?
I'm still trying to understand it and I'm still learning. I will be glad for your advice, I have not read anything about the forest anywhere in the topic.
PS: sorry for my english I'm not native speaker