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I have a Whites MXT Pro that I have been using for about 6 months now and am hoping some of you can share some info or tips that will help me to become a better hunter with it.

Also I'd like to know what coils you guy's use on yours and what you think about them

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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 03:31:49 pm »
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  Never used one myself but someone will chime in soon.

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Welcome to the forum from Oregon.   Welcome    I have never used an MXT either.  I'm more of an old timey digital detector guy!   Wise  Some one should be along soon and help you.

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« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2016, 06:20:35 pm »
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Here ys go try these two links and if you need help just call, Ok.

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Posted on: November 02, 2016, 06:17:18 pm
And here is all you need to know about the Coils for the MXT's, Ok

Hope this helps.

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« Reply #4 on: September 18, 2017, 01:32:39 am »
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Hey RR
what type of head phones are you using with your MXT?
i use an AKAI ASE-20 set from the 80's works ok
tried my whites Ultra Lite Large Headphones,Not happy,
i also got a set of Phillips SBC3155 i will try next time i go out.
The AKAI works exceptionally well with my previous whites modes,but its not quite there with the PRO   Angry


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Quote:Posted by nickel_n
Hey RR
what type of head phones are you using with your MXT?
i use an AKAI ASE-20 set from the 80's works ok
tried my whites Ultra Lite Large Headphones,Not happy,
i also got a set of Phillips SBC3155 i will try next time i go out.
The AKAI works exceptionally well with my previous whites modes,but its not quite there with the PRO   Angry



Well mate being a Gold getting machine I will only use either the Grey Ghost NDT = No Down Time, because they come with a spare click in lead and have a life time Guarantee and they have a built in noise limiter which saves you getting your ears blow out if you go over a large object and they have Twin volume knobs,

Or I use the Nugget Busters which are the same but green in colour but do not have the noise limiter,

The Whites Prostarts are built the same but with a fixed lead and are black in colour,

If you want some cheaper than what you pay let me know, ok

I just got a mate from OZ a new MXT for $890.00

CHECK OUT this link re the nugget buster NDT's and the Grey Ghost NDT's I won't use anything else.

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Quote:Posted by Ridge Runner
Well mate being a Gold getting machine I will only use either the Grey Ghost NDT = No Down Time, because they come with a spare click in lead and have a life time Guarantee and they have a built in noise limiter which saves you getting your ears blow out if you go over a large object and they have Twin volume knobs,
Or I use the Nugget Busters which are the same but green in colour but do not have the noise limiter,
CHECK OUT this link re the nugget buster NDT's and the Grey Ghost NDT's I won't use anything else.

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Thanks RR
i see what is the difference  on the technical info of the NDT.
for the time been what i got has to do the job.
i am using the PRO coin/jewelry hunting on the beach.Not for gold prospecting.
by the way i had a Good day today,over 50 coins,15 where silver and a junk ring.i will be posting photos tomorrow. Smiley

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Thanks RR
i see what is the difference  on the technical info of the NDT.
for the time been what i got has to do the job.
i am using the PRO coin/jewelry hunting on the beach.Not for gold prospecting.
by the way i had a Good day today,over 50 coins,15 where silver and a junk ring.i will be posting photos tomorrow. Smiley


They are 150 ohms and you can get them with1/4" plugs or the 1/8th plugs, I have always used them with the MXT's because you can hear the slightest waver in the threshold and they are built like a tank. They are not all muffled like Koss phones are.

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I am going to order a couple of pairs of these although I have the Pro Stars, But the Nugget Busters have the NDT Leads, And they work at about $150.00 bucks

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