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White's MX7 Details & Specifications

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Availability mid-November. MSRP $599.95 (MAP $549.90)

White's MX7 Owner's Manual

White's MX7 information page

13.8 kHz, 3.6 lbs, 9.5" concentric coil (compatible with existing MX Sport coils). Six preset programs (Coin and Jewelry, All-Metal, Beach, Prospecting, Relic, and High Trash) and easy-to-access Threshold, Gain, Ground Balance, and Pinpoint modes. Pressing the Options button accesses more controls, with user-adjustable Volume, Threshold, Depth Units, Backlight Level, Frequency Shift, Salt Track, Program, Self-Adjusting Threshold, Iron Grunt, VCO, Reject Volume, and Discrimination Mask. IP 54 rated - dust and water-resistant.

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White's MX7 metal detector

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White's MX7 control panel

 

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White's MX7 coil connection / waterproof speaker

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White's MX7 headphone connection

White's MX7 Specifications (click to enlarge)
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Thank you White's for taking the headphone connection off the back of the pod and putting it under the elbow like on White's classic black box designs! :smile:

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18 hours ago, Steve Herschbach said:

Thank you White's for taking the headphone connection off the back of the pod and putting it under the elbow like on White's classic black box designs! :smile:

Thank you Steve for suggesting it. Luckily this had not been patented by Minelab.

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Well looking at all the coils that will work with both detectors I see I’m only missing the 13” Detech.

I sure like the 7” Detech coil for a lot of my detecting. I would like the Detech 13 for beach hunting . Just maybe I can put it on my wish list for Christmas. Remember that if you draw my name.

Chuck

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