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  1. Good morning folks,looking for some advice please for a wireless headphone setup for my GPX4500,i have a decent set of wired headphones and they do work a treat but what with the battery cable and headphone cable and also the bungee cord as well,looking at loosing at least on wire ie the headphones.Not really fussed if it Blutooth or 2.4ghz. I have a Docs screamer package coming next week,so that should eliminate the battery power cable in theory that is,so can anyone please direct me into a decent wireless headphone setup that does not cost the earth,its not a case of me being unable to afford a decent setup its just that i am very very frugal with my money or in laymans language tight. Weather is looking dry for the weekend as its been raining here in the UK for a very long time and the fields are totally swamped. Many thanks
  2. I got into one of those frantic "maybe they won't be easy to get; maybe ML will raise the price;..." moments and grabbed the first WM 09 wireless module I could find on the internet for the MAP(?) $139. I took it out to one of my well-searched parks for a 3 hour test run with the Sun Ray Pro Golds. First the photos (with Equinox WM08 as reference): As the photos show, the WM09 and WM08 are quite similar -- same housing, just different guts. The WM09 has four charging pads for the magnetic charging cable pins. I now have five interchangeable charging cables (two detectors and three wireless modules since I have a backup WM08) so at least they've kept that 'standard'. As is the case with the WM08, the 3.5 mm socket is recessed by ~5.5 mm which can be a problem if the jack being inserted is a right angle version. I've installed a straight plug on my Sunray Pro Golds so as not to have this issue, but most right angle 3.5 mm plugs don't work as the pin can't get deep enough to properly seat. As far as audio performance in the field is concerned, I don't notice any difference between the supplied ML105 headphones and the WM09+Pro Golds. That is not the case (in my experience) with the ML80s vs. WM08+Pro Golds when running the Equinox. The sound quality of the ML105 is much better than the ML80's, to my ear anyway. I also notice no latency (time lag) with either the ML105 or WM09. But I receive two advantages with the Pro Golds -- they block out ambient noise better and are warmer in cold weather. Another likely advantage is the quality of the soft over-ear rings -- something Steve H. has talked about for years. The Pro Golds use higher quality materials which matter in hot conditions. Personally I tend to switch to earbuds in hot weather and just live with the background noise. I haven't tried the WM09 with my Bose earbuds yet, but don't expect any problems. 🤞 Bottom line is for those (like me) who have a favorite set of aftermarket headphones and/or earbuds, the WM09 is a valuable addition. If you're satisfied with other options (ML105s or the control unit's speaker) then no need to spend the $139.
  3. I went for a hearing test yesterday because my wife thinks I am losing my hearing. After the Audiologist finished the tests, it was determined that I have a hard time hearing higher pitch tones. I told the Audiologist that I was having trouble hearing in the car and at the beach. She informed me that's because background noises were making it even harder to hear higher pitched sounds. Fortunately she also metal detects and she recommended that I change the tones on my metal detector to more of a mid-tone for good targets. This will make it easier to hear a good target through the background noise. I asked about hearing aides and she said "No wait until you are over 65, then the Medicare insurance plan will pay for your hearing aides." So the result of the visit are hopefully better target recognition on a windy beach and savings of $$thousands. I of course, told my wife I didn't need hearing aides.
  4. Please forgive me if these things are already old hat, I just cottoned on to them today.. I've ordered a pair for my 'Foxy Noxy Mariner' (a Nox 600 that got flooded but has since dried out and now works fine again as my main dive detector).. The ONYX is waterproof down to 50 meters.. It was dreamt up by Detect-Ed and SeaGhost Engineering.. On paper they sound good, can't wait to give them a good flogging in the wild.. I'm already in love with the curly cord, it'll make a nice change from the long stiff BonePhone lead on the Deus II.. The ONYX is on sale in Oz at various dealers as well as online at Detect-Ed.. I paid Au$219 for mine.. You might be wondering what happened to the Deus II as my main dive detector.. Sad thing is I've now gone through two sets of BonePhone headphones, they both stopped vibrating and then cut out on the right ear.. I was actually looking for 'over the head' waterproof headphones for the Deus when I spotted the ONYX for the Equinox.. Hopefully Detect-Ed/SeaGhost will also whack a Deus II plug on them.. Big shout out to Minelab for allowing aftermarket headphones to be used with their finest VLF detectors, it's a bit like Coiltek's Nox coils.. Hope XP also comes to the party..
  5. Hi all, I work for Avantree, and I stumbled upon this forum and noticed that many of you in the prospecting community are enjoying our Torus for use with your detectors! We would love to continue supplying quality audio devices for the prospecting community. We're currently developing a new product called the Sky Infinity. It is a bundle including our Infinity earbuds (https://www.avantalk.com/products/infinity-multifunctional-wireless-earbuds) and the Relay Bluetooth transmitter (https://avantree.com/relay-airplane-bluetooth-adapter-for-headphones). We will also include a 6.3mm to 3.5mm adapter so you can plug the Relay into your detector. The Infinity earbuds have the aptX Adaptive and LE audio codecs. aptX Adaptive's latency levels are slightly higher than aptX Low Latency (which the Torus has) at 60ms delay v.s 40ms, but provides far superior sound quality. LE audio is a new technology as phrunt mentioned earlier, which trumps both aptX Adaptive and aptX Low Latency. Unfortunately, we do not yet have a transmitter that supports LE audio, but if there's enough interest in this, we can definitely develop one! If you're interested in trying the Sky Infinity bundle for use with your detector, let me know via message. We can send you one to try! If you have any other ideas for a product that would work well with your detector, please share and we can develop something great for you.
  6. A forum member sent me a personal message and ask me: "What is the difference in depth between the Tony Eisenhower AQ headphones and the original headphones that came with the AQ?" I was having lunch at the beach condo and trying to think how to answer and quantify the response. Fortunately I did find a 14k mens wedding band this week, I have some string in the car, and a dollar bill is 6 inches long. So I tied the string to the ring, measured off 18 inches and went down to the beach with the AQ. After digging the hole to 18 inches and covering the target I proceeded to sweep the AQ over the target with Tony Eisenhower's high efficiency headphones on and could clearly hear and would stop to investigate the target. There is a little wind and wave noise today, but the signal clearly came through as a dig me target. Switching to the original headphones, I could not hear the target and would not have stopped to investigate the signal. Tony's headphones have more volume, eliminate more background noise and present the target with more clarity. How much deeper are Tony's headphones? I don't know. They are and I am digging some craters on the beach with this combo. My favorite question of the week is: "What the hell are you digging for?"
  7. Does anyone know if the Simplex headphones can be used interchangeably with the Legend? I bought a Simplex a couple of years ago and am thinking about picking up the basic Legend detector without the headphones if they are compatible. Could save some $
  8. I have only been able to use the AQ on the beach for about an hour. With the original headphones I struggled to hear the differences that the Masters of the AQ talk about. I could hear the double beep on the rusty steel, but the ramp up and ramp down and the soft edges vs the defined edges, I just could not hear it. Then when I went home I tested targets for hours. Pennies, nickels, quarters, screws, bolts, tent stakes, copper rings, silver rings, platinum rings, gold class rings, tiny engagement rings.........etc, but I could not hear much difference. I assumed that I was going deaf and scheduled an appointment with the Audiologist for January. Today for the first time, I put a set of custom homemade headphones onto the AQ and let me tell you what a difference it makes. The ramp up ramp down was all there. The sound chop off when the coil was leaving a ring was so distinct you could tell with your eyes closed if the object was a ring or a nickel. It was my wax on wax off moment. Really excited to take it next week to the beach and see if the backyard transfers onto the beach. I want to sincerely thank the forum members who have been so generous with their knowledge, experience and recommendations. Merry Christmas to all and a safe and Healthy 2024.
  9. I agree!! I seen the issue from the start with the AQ, even on the excalibur. In fact all waterproof headsets are weak in the audio department. To be 100% they must make them reliable, which can be very restrictive on the piezo bender. So make your own, all they have to be is water resistant, taking a dunk once and awhile is no problem. And they are easy fix if something goes wrong, since you made them. I have shared this before with others.. and had the same results as Alexandre
  10. A couple of months back I decided to look into hearing aids again. As it turns out I had done this as an 'exercise' about 7 years ago with a hearing test, but the test didn't cause me to be fitted with aids. This time I got tested and fitted. The aids that I chose to try required a hearing test and then based upon the hearing test they would be programmed. The style that was suggested to me was a behind the ear model by Horizon. It requires a wire to an earpiece. It really was not that noticeable with my big ears, and I had a 45-day trial period. These aids after insurance are a bit more than an Axiom! The programs for them are interesting which include tinnitus, noisy room, echo room and universal to name a few. It is controlled by my phone program on my android smart phone and can also be used with Bluetooth controls which allow you to take phone calls. I found that feature to be a bit distracting as I only wanted to hear better. They did make me hear better and I used them a couple of times with the external speaker on my 800. One night I forgot my headphones and went to the beach but that was just too much noise. I've been a headphone guy for many years, and I've had volume control and additional power on my GPZ with the Sp01 and B&Z Booster. Prior to my GPZ I used noise cancelling headphones with my 5000 that had a volume control that was direct wired to my headphones. I really didn't think I was missing much but I didn't compare much either. Lately I was beginning to sense the volume I required was quite a lot on my headphones and I was also asking some of my friends to repeat things. It was time to find out more, so I got these aids. They were good but I developed a problem with them because they wouldn't stay seated in my ear canals. I was constantly pushing them back into my ears for maximum benefit. Each time I would take my reading and sunglasses off it would cause them to loosen. I'm remembering I did put my headphones for the 800 over the aids a couple of times but it was a bit uncomfortable. Nothing remarkable comes to mind if I did or didn't leave them in. I informed hear.com that I didn't want to keep those aids because of my lifestyle. My contract was voided. They suggested I get another pair that would fit completely inside the ear. I ordered Signia aids this time and when they arrived, they were programmed in the same way. These aids fit better. Now that I had an in the ear aid, I wanted to try them out with my detector. That was about 10 days ago, and I should have written this piece then as I've forgotten some of the things, but it is simply remarkable what these aids do to both of my detectors. My 800 was the first one to use on the beach and all I can say is that EVERY signal sounds different. I use 50 tones most of the time and for years I've known the sounds of my targets and ground. I've found a lot of stuff but now I've been introduced to sound enhancements and programmed frequencies I could not hear. My brain now has new information. My first reaction was 'what have I been missing' all of these years! A nickel doesn't sound like a nickel. Quarters are higher pitched than they were before. There is a new chatter in the swing. Sounds that don't register on the digital scale can be heard. I'm just totally blown away. I've been several times to the beach recently in tough conditions, but I can hear things deeper, farther off the coil and with more detail. I'm a big fan of the 15" coil on the beach at a sensitivity of 23 but the last time out I got the feeling that it was too much information coming in and had to take it down to 22 or 21. Who knew after all of these years I was missing all of this information? Some of my initial thoughts were that EVERYONE should get tested and wear aids. This could be better than getting a new detector. Dealers should offer 'in the ear' amplifiers which will give anyone a better chance. This is more than just an increase in volume. It is a substantial increase in information coming back from your detector and coil. I just had to go out and detect the desert for nuggets. I don't think I will ever detect without hearing aids in in the future. I've been out a couple of times and found small gold with the GPZ and the 800. These were limited tests, but I found gold that was in the .2g range both times within 15 minutes of starting the day. The total is 7 little nuggets for about 2g. I could hear the subtle variations that I know I had been missing. I think now I understand what Kevin Hoagland and others told me for years about the subtle break in threshold in a way I was incapable of before. My mind is definitely not occupied with thoughts of 'what am I missing?' The clues I can hear with the aids are more distinct than without. I still have the Sp01 powering the headphones on the GPZ and use the WM12, but I hear more of the nugget. I'm anxious to get back out on patches and find more MISSED nuggets. I know my old setup left missed gold and not just unseen gold. I may actually find gold that others have missed because of my equipment and what I CAN hear! At least I can hear a big difference with good hearing aids.
  11. Hey Ya'll After buying the detector and the LG24 coil I was looking for a less expensive set of wireless headphones. I found these on Amazon for 29.99! They paired up quickly and sound great.
  12. For those of you who are fans of older "beep and dig" detectors (like Tesoros, for example) and love hunting with them, I'll bet you there is one aspect of them that you hate. Corded headphones. Remember those lovely accessories? How they would be yanked off of your head if you set your detector down wrong. Or get tangled on a bush, or caught on your belt or a million other things. But back in the "olden times" you really had no other option except to run with no headphones and use the speaker. That also had its drawbacks. Things like background noise, or children following you like the Pied Piper every time you got a hit. Yes, wireless has spoiled us all. I found myself confronted by this corded headphone issue recently. The GPAA Magazine, who I freelance for, had approached me to write an article on older beep and dig detectors. Having just picked up a mint Tesoro Sidewinder from a good friend, the timing was perfect so I agreed to write it (it will be coming to the magazine in January if you are a subscriber). The only drawback for me was going back to corded headphones. Oh well, I thought, if it has to be it has to be. I remember thinking at the time that I wish there was another option. In rummaging through my box of headphones, looking for a pair to use, I discovered that very option I was seeking. A box i had long forgotten about containing The Garrett Z-Lynk Wireless System headphones and module. Now that Garrett builds Z-Lynk into their new detectors, i had totally forgotten about this product. I pulled out the box and wondered if this would solve my corded headphone issue. Thankfully it did. I'll be brief here because I could write an entire article on just this Z-Lynk system. By connecting the WT-1 wireless transmitter to my Tesoro, I could now use the MS-3 headphones and be totally wireless. Suddenly my 25+ year old detector was refreshed with wireless technology! And here is an added bonus: the Garrett Pro Pointer AT pairs with the system as well! If you have any older detector that requires corded headphones, toss them in the trash and get the Garrett Z-Lynk Wireless System. Next to using an old beep and dig detector it's the best old school/new technology decision you can make. Bill https://garrett.com/accessories/z-lynk-wireless-accessories/ms3-headphone-propointer-at
  13. Will the ML-80 headphones work with the GPX 6000? I have a pair that came with my Equinox that have never been used. I would like to send in my regular 6000 headphones (ML-100?) to the repair center and really don’t want to use my 6000 without a wireless set. I have tried searching for my question with no luck. I would think it has been ash before.
  14. Saw this WM09 coming down the pike, I'm out of the loop, not even sure what the WM08 was for, let alone this one. Maybe it's old news? Or for some entry level machine? Or the 08 needed some kind of upgrade like lower latency? I know a lot of people can't hear the latency in BT headphones but I definitely can and it drives me crazy, so maybe just updating that? But really, I just wanted to hope it means a new detector is coming. 😄
  15. Sorry if this has been discussed previously. I am hoping to get a general opinion on the Killer b wasp or Hornet headphones. I need dual volume control due to hearing loss in one ear. Will these work with the Equinox ? and eventually the Manticore ? How do they compare with the CTX version of the Sun ray pro gold headphones ? Living in Europe I will have to buy from the US so need good advice prior to pulling the trigger, thx
  16. Hi everyone, I own a Seaghost headphones on a modified equinox, and I have to buy a new ones, so I´m considering buying another pair of Seaghost (Ukranian ones), or the Gray Ghost Amphibian, but I would like to ask you if someone has tested both and your opinions and advice 🫡 Thanks in advance!
  17. Taking advantage of the fact that I have several Equinox series coils, I decided to buy an X-TERRA Pro, and make an all-terrain detector that, due to its cost, I did not mind leaving always in the back of the car. So I attached it to the Nox 10x5 coil. Fantastic, I am a fan of hunting with small coil and maximum separation, especially in the water. A few years ago, my headphones in the Equinox 800 broke down on an underwater detecting trip, and it was agony not being able to hear underwater. Now I was wondering how to "free myself" from using headphones underwater. The Xterra has the vibration function, which is a plus, but for me the audio is the most important thing. So, thinking about the matter, I made a parallelism between the sound propagation in the water of, for example, pinpointers, which can be heard ok, and how to achieve these properties with the Xterra. Thus, Iñi decided to cover the speaker with a very firm film, and seal the edges with hot silicone, so that the speaker could generate the sound in dry, and that this sound, when colliding with the film, could be transmitted underwater. If the speaker gets wet, even if it doesn't get damaged, it doesn't generate sound properly. And today I did an immersion test. Sometimes I detect in the water up to the snorkel, and as the ears are always underwater, I can hear the sound reasonably well, and combined with the vibration function, means that I can use the Xterra/Manticore/Equinox underwater without the headphones. I hope this mod can help someone who owns Manticore, Equinox or X-Terra Pro models and wants to use it differently 👌
  18. I bought these to wire with another machine. Has anyone spliced these? It has an extra black wire which I assume is just from a general audio wire they used which is probably microphone, so it would have no use. (unless im wrong) Anyways, when I wire these into a 3.5mm jack they are really not loud at all. Any advice for getting them really loud? Thanks
  19. https://www.questmetaldetectors.com/product-page/aptx-low-latency-bluetooth-wireless-headphones-for-minelab-equinox aptX Low Latency Bluetooth Wireless Headphones for Minelab Equinox The customized, professional grade high sensitive speaker drivers deliver all the details of the signal from the detector. The high responsive performance helps you find more with no compromise. Qualcomm atpX Low Latency technology(HE model) or Texas Instruments 2.4G signal connect to your detector through digital technology. It offers non-distortion pure audio signal with a minimum delay. You will hear and find the true location. WIREFREE HE is protected by waterproof rubber O-rings so you can detect on a rainy day with no worry. All parts are made in high-quality material and can be replaced separately. In the box HE/HG headphones 1X micro USB recharge cable 1X Audio cable 3.5 male to 3.5 male 1X Storage carry bag 1X Warranty card 1X Users manual 1X Specifications Technology.............Bluetooth aptX LL (HE) 2.4G wireless (HG) Transducer type............................Dynamic Operating principle ........................Closed Frequency response.............20–20,000 Hz Nominal impedance........…....…......32Ω Sound pressure level .....................111 dB Power handling capacity .............100 mW Max. sound pressure level ........... 131 dB Sound coupling to the ear .....Supra-aural Headband pressure ……………….3.0 N Paring type....................Manually /digital Weight.............................................320 g Charging......................................USB 2.0 Power............................................3.7 VDC Current............................................30 mA Battery ..........................1000mAh Li-Poly Transmitting power.........................5 dbm Battery Life..................................24 Hours
  20. Seems an odd move supporting the completion, but I suppose they see it more as making money off the competition. https://www.questmetaldetectors.com/product-page/aptx-low-latency-bluetooth-wireless-headphones-for-minelab-equinox aptX Low Latency Bluetooth Wireless Headphones for Minelab Equinox The customized, professional grade high sensitive speaker drivers deliver all the details of the signal from the detector. The high responsive performance helps you find more with no compromise. Qualcomm atpX Low Latency technology(HE model) or Texas Instruments 2.4G signal connect to your detector through digital technology. It offers non-distortion pure audio signal with a minimum delay. You will hear and find the true location. WIREFREE HE is protected by waterproof rubber O-rings so you can detect on a rainy day with no worry. All parts are made in high-quality material and can be replaced separately. In the box HE/HG headphones 1X micro USB recharge cable 1X Audio cable 3.5 male to 3.5 male 1X Storage carry bag 1X Warranty card 1X Users manual 1X Specifications Technology.............Bluetooth aptX LL (HE) 2.4G wireless (HG) Transducer type............................Dynamic Operating principle ........................Closed Frequency response.............20–20,000 Hz Nominal impedance........…....…......32Ω Sound pressure level .....................111 dB Power handling capacity .............100 mW Max. sound pressure level ........... 131 dB Sound coupling to the ear .....Supra-aural Headband pressure ……………….3.0 N Paring type....................Manually /digital Weight.............................................320 g Charging......................................USB 2.0 Power............................................3.7 VDC Current............................................30 mA Battery ..........................1000mAh Li-Poly Transmitting power.........................5 dbm Battery Life..................................24 Hours
  21. I logged into Minelab's "Detector Center" to file out a ticket on the ML-105 headphones today. I used them yesterday, charged them yesterday evening and they were dead as a doornail this morning when I got to the beach. I was lucky enough to have the headphone cable in my car, so my hunt was not totally spoiled as the headphones worked with the cable. When I got back from the beach, I tried to charge them. I even tried with three different USB cables and with different USB to 120V outlets. The results were the same as there was never a red led light to show that they were charging. It appears that the battery is dead. That's when I logged in and started a ticket at the Detector Center. So, we will see how Minelab handles the ML-105 problems. Joe PS I have been using the Manticore since the middle of Jan.
  22. I couldn’t wait to get out after seeing Calmark & Gerry’s Flood Pictures of Rye Patch dry washes! Though I’d give it a few days to dry out and for a Road Crew to fix the main dirt roads. Road Crew, did a great job with a new Culvert installed on the main drainage of Poker Brown wash and regraded it to my left turn to the Majuba Placer. I was impressed with the erosion of this storm, had to be one for the record book. Being a student of Hydrology during my dredging years, I learned each flood was different from each other in their course of moving material down a drainage. I had my eyes set on two dry washes that produced well for me in the past, both with shallow bedrock. Parked and loaded up my RZR, I headed off to the first location. Donning my gear, I was hoping my Headphones took a charge. My charging light wouldn’t show it was charging, I was hoping the light was just burnt out. Anyways, it was working just fine as I was swinging my coil on the short hike to this small section of dry wash. I arrived, and looked down at my location…it was nearly unrecognizable and was covered with yards of fresh packed dirt. I looked up stream, to see what caused this mess. The wash had such a flow 25 yards above my spot it cut a new channel and layed all the overburdened to the slowdown bend of my location. I still swung it and the new cut to no avail, I’ll wait for the next flood to see if it moves the overburdened…I hate shoveling 😂. Next spot, was perfect! The flow exposed my favorite 10 ft section of Shale. I swung into this area 20 ft above the exposed section to give my 6000 a chance to ground balance. I was eyeballing a spot during my slow sweeps of my 10x5 Coiltek and as soon as I went over the bedrock I heard the sweet sound of my plan come alive. Keeping my eye on the spot, I set my detector down ahead of me it made a familiar tone and I gently raised it up and back down, yes another target. We’ll long story short, I pulled these seven out of the 10 ft section. When I first found this spot many Moons ago it was a good 8” down to the bedrock and produced several 2+ dwt nuggets. Thru the many new models of Minelab detectors it produced other nuggets and I’m sure the 6000 just clean this exposed section out for good. Except now, I’m sure the Gold goes into the 3ft bank of overburdened of the wash on top of this bedrock, I hate shovels! I’ll bank this spot just in case they redesign a shovel into a backhoe! It was late in the day and I headed back to camp before dark. It was a windy night and the morning it died down to a tolerable wind speed for detecting. At my location and 10 minutes in, my detector made a noise I hadn’t heard before! I looked down at my battery charge and it was only down a third. Well it was working fine and continued my hunt a few minutes later the same noise? A few minutes later and my headphones turned off 🙁. I tried, for 30 minutes with just the unit’s speaker and as much as I like the speaker it wasn’t good enough with my worn out Military Hearing fighting against the breeze of the High Plane Desert. Beautiful weather and I hated to leave, got home and found the On-line repair ticket of Minelab USA. Until the next Hunt! LuckyLundy
  23. I’m 61 and don’t hear as well as I once did. Do a lot of relic hunting in wooded areas. What is your favorite headphones for sound quality?
  24. Well, after updating the software and finding time for a session on the seabed to try out the new scuba program I created, although I have nothing to say about the stability in general, I have encountered a random flaw that occasionally interrupts the audio. Specifically, it happens just after an interference cancellation, or sporadically after changing something between reactivity or sensitivity. In short, you can't change the parameters much otherwise they are indigestible😂. However by rebooting I solved it. Aluminum by the ton and a beach among the most desperate, but at least the conditions were perfect for diving 🙏
  25. After snatching a couple of hours at the day off for a session, I'm back to pissed off today. The Bh-01 headset to which an earpiece had exploded was barely able to transfer sound even at volume 9. Eventually with a gentle current but a constant wave motion, I was forced to look at the screen to figure out what was going on under the coil. That said I am about to set about building a piezo headphone and end of story🙄. I kindly ask anyone who has already discussed this topic, to direct me to the post link for the male connector and positive/negative pole diagram. I saved screenshots a while back, but can't find the folder on my pc. Thank you all in advance🙏
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