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I’d have to say the Orx has been a successful venture for XP. But what comes next?  Their R&D must be working on a next generation detector, so what direction do you think they will go? An incremental change in existing technology or a whole new direction?  I haven’t a clue but I’m interested in what others think might be coming in the future, although right now I’m sure their focus is on getting their stock replenished after COVID 

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Hi relicmeister ,

From what I know XP will release their first multifreq machine in the coming months . it will probably a  "fast mf" detector to be very efficient in iron trashed areas like the Apex , and as usual a very  light machine. Future will tell ..

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1 hour ago, Ridge Runner said:

Palzynski

 If what you say is true then I hope the HF coils from my ORX work on it.

 Chuck 

New coils have been designed for the Apex , I imagine that iwill be the same with the new XP ... 

Alain

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Gold pans, sluices and fancy backpacks from XP are nice but........an XP simultaneous multi frequency detector with some typical XP speed would be fantastic if I can afford it................. $$$$

To be fair, they did produce the X35 coils and I do really appreciate their Mi-6 paired pinpointer. It works very well.

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Simultaneous multi frequency would seem to be the logical choice, given every other mfg is coming out with them. Now if they made the coil attached with a cable and 100% proof that would be awesome.

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A XP version of a better Nox if it make sense..........But i got nothing against minelab.XP is well known for it s build quality and its speed to solve problems......and they had a loooooot of time to work on something new.....or maybe the nox send all their project on the drawing board.

 

 

RR

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The only thing I’ll say is I’ll be here if and when it comes out. 
 

 I just can’t sit around and wait being  I’ve got the ORX already with the Simplex and this New to me that is Tarsacci I need to get out as of yet not so.

 I see myself now with a detector in each hand and one attached to my butt with a windshield washer motor running it .

 Chuck 

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11 minutes ago, Ridge Runner said:

The only thing I’ll say is I’ll be here if and when it comes out. 
 

 I just can’t sit around and wait being  I’ve got the ORX already with the Simplex and this New to me that is Tarsacci I need to get out as of yet not so.

 I see myself now with a detector in each hand and one attached to my butt with a windshield washer motor running it .

 Chuck 

Chuck you do have a knack for painting vivid (though sometimes disturbing) pictures using just words. 

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I have used the DEUS for the last 8 years! I absolutely love that machine! Awesome target separation, thinking the tarsacci would make a great backup machine to the deus....lol!! But now thinking the DEUS will make a great back up machine to the Tarsacc!! lol!! 

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