Jump to content

village

Member
  • Content Count

    73
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

44

About village

  • Rank
    Contributor

Profile Information

  • Location:
    AZ
  • Interests:
    Gravity, old trees, old cars and the Nokta/Makro Multi Frequency
  • Gear Used:
    Currently Minelab Equinox 800 & 600, XP ORX, M-I4, M-I6

Recent Profile Visitors

445 profile views
  1. quality boxing and packaging would make sense for a quality coil. potential problems, damage, defects and delays could happen without it. However it is what it is... Poor packaging maybe.
  2. hit and run, cheap shot. at least i took my medicine when i f'd up. i'm grateful for nokta/makro
  3. correct, yet single frequency is where it all starts and eventually ends with mixed processing detectors. the one frequency will always be part of the equation, without that base line there would not be progress. it takes several and different single frequencies to experiment and evolve. i prefer true multi frequency yet it will be the one frequency that in a way will tune the detector for maxmium performance
  4. Thank you for sharing and the humor, like detecting it is a skill i am still trying to learn
  5. the onslaught and grief i would have received if i had posted this. just kidding... I LIKE IT!
  6. I really enjoy the orx and all it's attributes. for me it is a no nonsense detector with excellent recovery speed and separation, a very clean and clear audio, selectable frequency and wireless everything. add to cart an update that would provide 4 tones and iron volume. oh yes it has great ergonomics too. thank you XP.
  7. maybe they had a bad batch and some difficulties with the 5x10? no it is probably something else and it just takes the time it takes to manufacture a coil.
  8. i cannot and i see your point it makes sense. i have one on the way so i was worried concerned about buying one so soon. thank you
  9. i am new to all this. i am a slow learner. i learn by doing and making a lot of mistakes and i do make a lot of errors
  10. i am just the messenger, so i have been told the new 10x5 coil has mediocre depth and jumpy id. i have one on order. is the coiltek 10x5 made in batches? any user information would be greatly appreciated. please respond politely i am just asking
×
×
  • Create New...