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Worked very well in bad ground, lite weigh housing, Auto ground trac, pinpoint, three tone options, visual target I.D. and depth reading down to 10". I may take this one with me to the After life.

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Yes, the plastic case knocked a couple of pounds off Compared to the Aluminum one.

Somehow I ended up with 3 of the Goldtrax units in the gold boxes with the elliptical coils - need to sell at least 2 of them

 

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56 minutes ago, Rick Kempf said:

Yes, the plastic case knocked a couple of pounds off Compared to the Aluminum one.

Somehow I ended up with 3 of the Goldtrax units in the gold boxes with the elliptical coils - need to sell at least 2 of them

 

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I have the Red Box Baron with 3 different modules. Truely from the mind of a genius George Payne. Hope your safe and well.

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What is the frequency of the Goldtrax pictured above? I see the other is 4.2 Mhz

They both look very nice and would be fun to use.

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4.2 MHZ is the processor . I believe most modules ran at 12kHz.

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I used a Millennium CoinTrax II for a while.   Very nice performer for old school user interface.   I liked the concept of the Baron's; adding and switching models to change functionality.  They were the precursor to internet downloads.

 At one time George was working on a more modern version but nothing ever came to market.

I miss JB. 

Thanks for bringing back the memories.

HH
Mike 

 

 

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