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  1. Sorry for my delayed response. My NOX dropping target signals after popping out the plug isn't necessarily an every time occurrence but has occurred enough times to make me take notice and question my machine, especially when this happens two plugs in a row and at great distance from one another which then exacerbates my concern × 2. The target organization theory was my first thought but its weak. My plugs come out and get plop upside down few inches from the hole, therefore a flat coin remains flat, a tilted coin remains tilted and an edged remains on edge (+ or -a skoash) thus hardly enough
  2. Dear Chase, much appreciated for your explanation/insight and reminder regarding ML mode algorithms. I too read the same report and learned of it's findings, but unfortunately it got lost in the ether by having read everything else prior and since that report in hopes of finding the definitive answer to: why every silver coin that I have found with the equinox came out of the ground as a surprise or unpronounst, unlike for instance, my $199 Bounty Hunter back in the day. That detector never minced its AG recognition, I knew I was going to be pulling a silver dime out of that plug when it told
  3. Dear Chase, much appreciated for your explanation/insight and reminder regarding ML mode algorithms. I too read the same report and learned of it's findings, but unfortunately it got lost in the ether by having read everything else prior and since that report in hopes of finding the definitive answer to: why every silver coin that I have found with the equinox came out of the ground as a surprise or unpronounst, unlike for instance, my $199 Bounty Hunter back in the day. That detector never minced its AG recognition, I knew I was going to be pulling a silver dime out of that plug when it told
  4. I'm not convinced that I'm not walking over US silver coins at 8", 10" or the purported 12" considering the properties I've been on this past year and a half. I'm no novice so to preemptively answer those who will ask, the answer is Yes. In fact I've had the sensitivity set up and down the board and my detector can't see a 12" quarter but barely if I have the 15 inch coil hooked up and still the VDI registers nothing only "--". However that's not the subject I'm writing about, it's the 5khz and its EMI issue. Is it or is it not fair to say perhaps that sketchy 5 khz within the lower portion o
  5. I am needing an explanation why it is that my Nox doesn't hit on the target after I have popped the plug while all of my previous and less sophisticated detectors can and do without fault. Before asking the answer is yes. I have done all of the necessary start up procedures AND ran this through ALL levels of sensitivity and subsequent adjustments and parameters. I look forward to any viable answer that can be got or being directed to wherever this lies in a previous forum. Thx
  6. I will put my 800 at 5 kHz when I'm over a multiple toned signal with inconsistent VDI and if the target goes silent (most occurrences) I walk away as I do when there is little to no change in the signal response. I dig when the 5 kHz signal response tightens up/drops two or more tones in Park 1, Discriminate -9 to +21, 39 and 40, and Recovery speed at 7. This niche is where the deep early trade tokens, dog tax tags, military buttons and stamped brass plates respond in eastern Iowa dirt that I have experienced anyway. I would not have dug a civil war Infantry cuff button today if I was so
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