Hi, long time lurker, first time poster.
So the manual only tells you that certain modes have “low frequency weighting” and “ higher frequency weighting”. Otherwise a chart shows the adjustable settings that have been optimized for scenarios they describe presumably. Understandable, we get some presets.
My question in title in other words: Assuming I set all adjustable settings the same for Park 1 and Field 1 (or Park 2 and Field 2), would these two modes be essentially the same? Or would the non-adjustable portion of the “1” modes and the “2” modes still be different?
Thank you for your insight. If this has been covered in another post, a link is appreciated as my search did not lead to an answer.
Hi everyone ... I recently updated my equinox 800 to version 3. I have gone to the beach to test it ... after trying on several beaches the detector is unstable ... beach mode 1-2 ... the screen always shows -9 (with any sensitivity) I can not remove it ... sometimes a small triangle comes out next to the battery ... these beaches where I have always detected, never any problems ... anyone knows the reason EDIT: software version 2.1, false signals continuously, sometimes with bad sound (centimes or garbage) I locate with pinpointer but without targets, unstable detector in and out of water
When I update/upgrade to the latest version just (today) downloaded from Minelab the software says it is version 3.1.3. Is that what everyone else has been downloading and upgrading? The filename of the software that performs the upgrade has '3.0' in it, but when running the software it shows the 3.1.3 number.
I ask to make sure we're all talking about the same thing when we discuss any noticed changes from previous version(s).
By Dances With Doves
I ran pk1 50 tone f2-7 and I dug over 50 bottlecaps since they repeated a nice sound.I could usually tell a pulltab or ring because of the softer sound but I wanted to see how the update might have changed things.It seems the bottlecaps had a more broken sound before even though the settings were the same.I did manage to get a 3.2 gram14k white gold band in very deep water so at least I was rewarded for digging all those caps.
I read a lot but I'm not sure I have found the answer, are the 4 Khz in multi frequency or do they work alone?
In the Calabash Digger video, he sees that 4 khz are better on silver than in multi, if they were part of multi there should be no difference, but if the 4 Khz were out then it would be correct.
What do you think?