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  1. Very lightly used XP ORX with 9" HF Coil, Remote Control Module, WSA Wireless Headphones w/ Storage Container, ORX Manual, Charge/Update Cable w/Coil Clip and copy of receipt for warranty good to May, 2026. $550 includes shipping to lower 48. Please add $5 east of Mississippi River. Not interested in any trades. Thanks for looking...
  2. 4kHz is not included in the Multi-IQ range. It's a separate, selectable, frequency from Multi-IQ, which is 5, 10, 15, 20, 40 for both the 600 and the 800. Selectable frequencies for the 800 are 4, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 40kHz, and 4, 5, 10, and 15kHz for the 600...
  3. I think you might want to double check the button. That's definitely before WWI issue...
  4. Thanks for taking the time to do that testing, and the explanation of your results. Very much appreciated...
  5. A round 8", or 9", coil would be a great addition to the platform...
  6. No notch on the ORX, just the conventional 0 - whatever number you stop at, will be rejected...
  7. Rick, do you use the ORX for general coin/jewelry hunting in parks, schools or ball fields? I agree about the light weight of the Deus/ORX being hard to beat...
  8. Thinking more about it, maybe I should follow Tom Slick's advise and just concentrate on the 800, and sell the Deus and ORX. I doubt I'll ever be in a position to do any serious relic hunting again. Thanks again for all the input, it's been very helpful...
  9. Really appreciate the responses so far. Let me throw this into the mix. Based on the sites, and kind of hunting I will be doing, mentioned in the first post, would you suggest the 9" HF coil, or the 11" X-35 coil, as the better one for the job? Why? I have both. Thanks...
  10. That's ok, as I have one of those as well. Am trying to decide if either of my XP units can also fill the bill for the type of hunting I do these days, when I want a lighter alternative. I used to relic hunt exclusively, but I just don't have the stamina to be in the field for hours these days...
  11. palzynski, Thank you for the reply. I'm guessing you don't do much hunting in the sites I asked about. Unfortunately, I don't get to hunt fields very often. Your points about the differences in the two machines is appreciated...
  12. I posted this on another site, but would like to hear more opinions. Like the title says, which is better for general coin /jewelry hunting in Parks, Ballfields, Playgrounds, School yards, etc., Deus or ORX? I know that the main problem with either is probably all the aluminum trash found today in those kinds of sites, and that most hunters probably wouldn't choose either one for that activity. Don't really want to hear about other, "better", units for hunting those sites, just which would be best between these two? Anxious to hear the opinions, and how you came to that conclusion...
  13. Nice going Jeff. My story is very similar. First time out with the 600 at a site that several of us have hunted very hard. Not much showing up any more, and my first coin dug was a '36 Merc at about 7". Was quite shocked, I must say...
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