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Silver or pure gold is low ton in TDI beach huner, but other low ton railways. Beach Hunter is wrong with TDI Pro? TDI Pro is not low ton.
How do you set up the others?

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I think Google Translate hasn't helped here.............not sure what the question is.......sorry.

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I think he says silver and gold are low tone on his TDI beach hunter, but others low tone on iron.

I'm not familiar with the machine, but I think that is more or less what he is asking.

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Okay......I run with GB off so all single tone for me. I think the low/high tone cut-off  is also dependant on the GB setting.

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3 hours ago, Tony said:

나는 Google 번역이 여기에 도움이되지 않는다고 생각합니다. ............. 어떤 질문이 ....... 미안합니다.

I'm sorry. It's too hard to translate.

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2 hours ago, Alluminati said:

나는은과 금이 그의 TDI 해변 사냥꾼에게 낮은 톤이라고하지만 철 위에는 다른 색조가 낮다고 말한다.

나는 기계에 익숙하지 않지만, 그가 생각하는 것이 다소 다르다고 생각한다.

Silver and iron sound the same. low tone

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2 hours ago, Tony said:

좋아요. 나는 GB의 모든 싱글 톤으로 저를 따라갑니다. 저 / 고음 컷오프는 GB 설정에도 달려 있다고 생각합니다.

Do you turn off Groundbalances and detect them at the beach?

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My beaches are typically very low mineralisation so I run with GB off and get better depth as well as that super smooth threshold that alerts you to the smallest and deepest targets.

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37 minutes ago, Tony said:

내 해변은 일반적으로 매우 낮은 mineralization 그래서 나는 GB와 함께 실행하고 더 깊이뿐만 아니라 당신에게 가장 작고 깊은 목표를 경고 슈퍼 부드러운 임계 값을 얻을.

Then, do you dig in low tone?

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With GB off, all signals are high tone.

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