Actually Fisher phones are some of the most copied Headphones ever made
the oneS that come with the AQ are actually better than Gray ghost in my opinion .....I designed the Timberwolfs and Hurricanes....the drivers piezo that my friend Beechnut uses I used back in the early 90’s onmypersonal Cuda and one very similar on the production Baracuda ....the only difference in the land phones fisher sold had a clipper circuit built into them to protect youR hearing which a lot of copiers including me left out and just used a variable resistor pot on each ear to dial them in ......I have not pulled the cup on my fisher phones but what I do hear I hear well . I’ll probably put a m12 connector on mine after warranty has expired....To work on JoJo’s Ltd Battery For AQ.....just my thought use earbuds if you want or a clicker
I love my Minelab wireless headphones for land and beach use with my Nox, but on hot days, they add substantially to my sweat factor. I was wondering if low latency wireless earbuds might be a cooler solution. Has anyone used those and have any recommendations for good quality buds that would work with the Nox? Thanks in advance for any help.
I know you can't take and sP01 in the water but could it be used to any advantage with the AQ?
What are your thoughts. I'll ask Pat what he thinks.
I added this from the manual.
Volume Control The Volume control adjusts the loudness of all audio responses. There is a trade-off between a setting high enough to hear a faint deep target, but not so high that a strong shallow target hurts your ears. It is good practice to lower the Volume before turning on the detector, especially if you are already wearing the headphones.
Threshold Control The Threshold control sets the level at which the background audio tone (the “threshold” tone) is heard. In most cases, faint target signals are easiest to hear when the Threshold is set to a low but clearly audible level. If the Threshold is too low (especially “silent search”) then a stronger target signal is required to activate the audio, resulting in a loss of depth. A high Threshold level can result in audio fatigue. NOTE: With the Threshold turned down, you will normally want to first adjust the Volume for a comfortable level on a strong target response, then adjust the Threshold for a comfortable threshold tone level.
I am using the Trond Wireless Transmitter and Receiver and wireless headphones with my GPZ 7000 and am liking it. I have it plugged into my WM 12 and have had no issues. I had a friend try the set up, the only difference on the set up was he had it direct to the headphone jack. He said there was so much EMI, couldn't use it. Does anyone else use this set up and are there any issues?
Have been looking around for some wireless bone conducting headphones. Seems like they'd be good to keep the ears comfortable, especially in warmer months.
Anyone seen or used aptX LL models?
Got some aftershokz air for a buddy a while back and he loves them but not aptX LL from what I could tell.
I saw this posted on another forum and am wondering if anyone here has tried.
I will post your question on detector prospector forum and see if some one responds.