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  1. Would be nice to know as I have to change the LCD on my DFX. Thanks in advance for your help.
  2. When I got this detector in 92 from Kellyco it was the top line of White’s . My cost was 725.00 and for the time that was a lot to pay for a detector. Well this morning I got it out and put batteries in it and it came alive just like it did back in 92 . I ran soon test to see if everything is still working and at the same time I’m thinking why I put this aside. I’ve said this in the past those who had the Eagle and wanted to up grade to the Eagle ll White’s would. I’m not sure of the cost but it was around a 125.00 . I believe this was the only time White’s offered doing that.
  3. Hello. I just did a forum search but this ended up with a useless result. My question for the long time White's users is, is there more than one software version for the XLT Spectrum E-Series detector? Just read somewhere in the net there was a 1.0 and a 1.1 version. Is this correct?
  4. New to the forum. 5900 Di SL Pro black: What I know: Operates at roughly 6.5 kHz; Has reliable/powerful "manual" Ground Balancing; Is easy to adjust and trust (If you take the time to learn the ins and outs); Likes to swing and loves to send its signal deep; Can discriminate and eliminate with the best of detectors. What I do not know: Date of manufacture and how many years they made the 5900 Di SL Pro (Black), What the Di means, What the SL means. So, my questions are for those that know are, 1) what is the date of manufacture and how many years they made the 5900 Di S
  5. Version 2001 E-Series


    White's XLT Owner's Guide, 1.08 MB pdf file, 56 pages White's XLT Data & Reviews White's Metal Detector Forum
  6. Version 1/2014


    White's Electronics 2014 full color catalog, 2.48 MB pdf file, 16 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  7. Version 1/2008


    White's Electronics 2008 full color catalog, 1.5 MB pdf file, 12 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  8. Version 1/2006


    White's Electronics 2006 full color catalog, 1.31 MB pdf file, 16 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  9. Of all the different types of metal detectors, the two box is the oldest(?) but also one of the least used. Defintitely a detector for special situations, but with a couple possible exceptions, for the proper situation it's the best choice for the job. I'm aware of two standalone models still available new -- Fisher Gemini-3 and White's TM808. Garrett's Treasure Hound (see P. 43 of their latest catalog) and apparently a new kid on the block are attachments for specific standard (control unit + shaft + single coil housing) detectors. In particular what has me wondering (and confused
  10. My first metal detector in 1972 was a White's Coinmaster 4. I became a White's dealer in 1976. Over the years I owned the following: White's Beachhunter ID, White's Coinmaster IV, White's Coinmaster V Supreme, White's DFX, White's Goldmaster, White's Goldmaster II, White's Goldmaster V/SAT, White's Goldmaster 3, White's Goldmaster 4/B, White's Goldmaster 24K, White's GMT, White's M6, White's MXT, White's MX Sport, White's Surfmaster II, White's Surf PI, White's Surf PI Pro, White's Surf PI Dual Field, White's Sierra Pulse Pro, White's TDI, White's TDI SL, White's Vision, White's V3i
  11. Not sure if I should classify this machine as an antique, perhaps classic analogue fits best. It seems to have some following in the USA, but in Australia it is a rare beast. My first Whites was a blue box 6000 series that swallowed a lot of batteries and was more than heavy. For better or worse I ran in on GEB MAX most of the time. It punched deep and performed well. Built to last, the 6000 series still show up here and there. The MInelab Pi revolution was well on its way when the XL Pro appeared and so it never gained many followers downunder. Years after getting an MXT I noticed the XL
  12. As mentioned in one of my earlier posts and as much as I love my TDIBH........the coil at 12” diameter is just too big in my generally rough ocean conditions....the swell and waves knock it around too much and with zero visibility due to stirred up sand and white water.......anyhow I have managed to secure myself an unused (outdoors) Whites’s Surf Pi Pro that a very nice person called Eric Foster currently owns. It’s had a few changes too by Eric. The unit will be outfitted with a recently hand made coil by Eric......a 10” centre mount / 3 spoke coil (Full epoxy fill so no buoyancy proble
  13. I saw a White's High Sierra metal detector the other day for sale. I've never hear of that one. Looks like a very deep searching detector with no discrimination.
  14. Version 1.0.0


    White's Electronics 2019 Product Catalog, 6 MB pdf file, 39 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  15. Also called RF detectors and depth multipliers. Invented in the 1930's by Gerhard Fisher (founder of Fisher Research Labs, now part of the First Texas conglomerate), this type of detector seems to not have changed much in operating characteristics in 80+ years. From what I've found there are still three competing models in production: Fisher's current Gemini-3 model (now 30 years old) https://www.detectorprospector.com/metal-detector-database/fisher-gemini-3-r27/, Garrett's Treasure Hound Eagle Eye Depth Multiplier (quite a mouthful) which is an add-on to their aging GTI 2500 standard style
  16. Version 621-0519


    White's Coinmaster Instruction Manual, 997 KB pdf file, 4 pages White's Coinmaster Data & Reviews White's Metal Detector Forum
  17. Version 621-0499 Rev 6/10


    White's TM-808 Instruction Manual, 453 KB pdf file, 20 pages Post 1996 models without Cave Mode White's TM-808 Data & Reviews White's Metal Detector Forum
  18. Version 621-0382 Rev 9/96


    White's TM-808 Instruction Manual, 1.47 MB pdf file, 24 pages Pre-1997 models with Cave Mode White's TM-808 Data & Reviews White's Metal Detector Forum
  19. Version 621-0552 8/15


    White's TreasureMaster | Treasurepro Owner's Manual, 924 KB pdf file, 20 pages White's TreasureMaster Data & Reviews White's TreasurePro Data & Reviews White's Metal Detector Forum
  20. Version 621-0554

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    White's Xventure User's Guide, 317 KB pdf file, 8 pages White's Xventure Data & Reviews White's Metal Detector Forum
  21. Version 1/2009


    White's Electronics UK 2009 full color catalog, 4.9 MB pdf file, 32 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  22. Version 1.0.0


    White's Electronics 2016 Summer Catalog, 5.06 MB pdf file, 36 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  23. Version 1.0.0


    White's Electronics 2018 Product Catalog, 4.98 MB pdf file, 40 pages White's Metal Detector Forum
  24. White's is finally getting serious about giving the other guys some decent competition in the low end of the marketplace. I think it is safe to say the Prizm series never had much impact. The new units are running in the classic coin detector frequency range of 7.8 kHz so they have no serious application as nugget detectors but will be of interest for those looking for a good entry level machine. Nice and light at only 3 lbs running off only two AA batteries and a big easy to see screen. And kind of fun that they resurrected the old Treasuremaster name. I am tired of detector names that are ei
  25. I was just wondering ,if it’s something out there that you would or wish White’s had to offer you as their customer ? White’s have a waterproof pinpointer or just a land one . It has a VLF waterproof detector and lots of land detectors.It has one TDI PI detector and it’s a land only. Do you see the same void I see that White’s needs to fill ? I can’t say how receptive people would be to another waterproof PI detector. When I got mine ( say what it is ) land TDI I never dug so deep for a single coin before. I wanted to get nearer to the water but I knew with one wave it would be
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