cjc Posted January 26 Share Posted January 26 Just commenting on the original topic, all of the air tests I've seen to not do the AQ justice in salt water. 16" is V LF depth and not the reason we look to pulse machine for extra performance. Having gotten a few bugs out of this machine and developed a few precautionary measures (Co-Axe Seal, high quality dielectric grease to keep any corrosion out) this machine is a smooth performer in salt, that has no problem hitting targets at much greater depths than any VLF. These are not the ultra faint threshold changes I've seen in air tests either. It's a question of running a balanced signal and using the coil well with smooth, even sweep speed and flat axis. Having tried to run a TDI in salt many times--the AQ is much more stable and can be run down at prime gold delay ranges. This machiine continues to amaze me with the many things its capable of. cjc 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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