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Have any of you fellas been able to use a wireless low latency transmitter with the Sovereign?  Something like the Quest Wire Free Mate, Garrett Z-link or Trond?  

I tried a cheap Chinese one off Amazon but I don't think it could handle the power coming from the headphone jack and it was clipping the the sound really bad.  

Thanks!

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I have not tried it but if I was going to try it I would go for the Garrett set up. It looks to be very good quality to me. They are built like the old detector pro jolly roger style. 

 

 

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Read this post, too, but didn't want to hijack this thread in the minelab area with a question about white's. Sorry.

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