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I’m waiting for my Anfibio multi to arrive and was curious if anyone has tried wireless earbuds with the Nokta detectors, I have an equinox 600 and use them sometimes, also an Avantree clip on transmitter with my Tony Eisenhower Waterproof headphones, it’s nice to have options, would also like to make an adapter so I can use Tony’s headphones underwater with the Anfibio. 

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NokMak uses a proprietary wireless system so no go on any standard BT earbuds.   You would need to use a separate BT transmitter.   

However being that they pay attention to forums and what users are looking for,  if enough people showed interest they would probably bring something to market for us!!!!!!

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Yes, Noah is correct, Nokta/Makro uses a proprietary wireless system not compatible with other systems, similar to Garrett Z-Lynk. Hopefully Makro/Nokta will switch to standard high speed Bluetooth someday.


Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Audio Output: Mono
Battery: Li-Po
Battery Life: 14-20 hours
Charging Time: Approximately 3 hours Transmission Range: 10 meters (33ft.)



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