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« on: May 25, 2015, 08:41:58 am »
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Here is a Quick Look at the New Whites Treasure Mater Pro, There are 2 models to choose from The Treasure Master and the Treasure Master Pro, The Pro appears to come the DD coil and An Extra Program and the Treasure Master Comes with the 9.5 open web Concentric Coil,

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« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2015, 12:00:29 pm »
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    I don't do Computerized Detectors.   I can do better with a BFO and time.

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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2015, 12:05:34 pm »
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    I don't do Computerized Detectors.   I can do better with a BFO and time.


It's no good for you because it runs at 7.5khz and you need a minimum of 13khz, I don't like the fact it has no cam locks, I hate Rattley Shafts,

you need a GMZ @50khz or the GMT @ 48khz or a Gold bug 2 @71khz.

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« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2015, 04:14:31 pm »
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It's no good for you because it runs at 7.5khz and you need a minimum of 13khz, I don't like the fact it has no cam locks, I hate Rattley Shafts,

you need a GMZ @50khz or the GMT @ 48khz or a Gold bug 2 @71khz.

Interesting frequencies, I take it they they are called VLF machines?  thing is VLF stops at 30Khz so what are they MF (medium frequency machine?)

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Interesting frequencies, I take it they they are called VLF machines?  thing is VLF stops at 30Khz so what are they MF (medium frequency machine?)


Yeah I know, It's a Double edged sword really because to me they sound like High Frequency machines

The GMZ is 50khs as were all the older Goldmaster Series and the GMT Goldmater is 48khz and the Minelab Eureka Gold Has 3 frequencies IE 6.4 kHz 20khz and 60khz and the Fisher Gold Bug 2 runs at 71khz, But the Minelab Eureka Gold does not run that well it seems to run better at 20khz.

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Actually I said medium frequency but I should have said low frequency as it starts at 30Khz and ends at 300Khz, I wonder how they get round the problem of ground bounce?

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Actually I said medium frequency but I should have said low frequency as it starts at 30Khz and ends at 300Khz, I wonder how they get round the problem of ground bounce?


Yes your right, This GMT will pick up the Salt in your hands at about 6 inches and they will work even in Hot/mineralized ground, it will even Ground balance out Magnetic Signs and it can see pieces of metal of about 1-8th of the size of a Match Head at about 3 inches and a nugget weighing 1 and 1/4 OZT at about 21 inches, and  If I need more Power then I have A Boost switch that boosts the signal 4X, It is a Killer of a machine and HYPER sensitive,

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Almost sounds too sensitive to me mate, can you down tune it if you want?

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Almost sounds too sensitive to me mate, can you down tune it if you want?


Yeah, and it has the fastest Ground Tracking system Made and it has Manual GB too along with the Ground Grab Feature, It runs in All Metal But it tells you is the Target is Iron or Not and It will Grunt if it sees Iron, it is very Controlable, and Light, and runs for about 60 hours on a set of batteries,

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kHz for you techies but ask GD or home fire about kc... Grin  Wise

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