In the prospecting mode it will smoke the V3i and the DFX because the MXTs are hyper sensitive, they are faster to set up,
the thing with the V3i and the DFX is that you can block edit where on the MXT you can adjust the Disc via a rotory knob.
and you have extra filters which is useful as for depth the V3i will pull coins from 12 to 14" and so will the MXT,
But the V3i will do it with a 10"DD and the MXT Pro does it with the 12/"300 coil, So imagine what the V3i would do
if you put that 12"/300 on it
now thats serious power bordering on PI depth.
The new MXT Pro is very much like the GMT Goldmaster with the ground grab button and it has 7 tone ID, It has 8 hunting modes
And the MXTs are based on the GMT as they were surposed to be the GMT but because of the work Whites engineers did
they had enough to build two machines, the MXT has the same insides as the GMT which is why the MXT it is so hot on gold.
I have seen half pennys come out of the ground beyond a foot down, Power wise theres nothingin it the MXT will equal or better any
machine on the market, dispite what manufactorers say or claim,
AUPosted on: May 01, 2011, 04:21:01 PM
Thanks V-Burgh for your kind words, One of the best things about the MXT is that it is half the price of all these all singing
all dancing machines, and they achieve nothing that the MXT cant do with less fuss and less money,
One thing to remember is if you buy the Whites coils always make sure you ask for the V rated coils because they will work
on the V3i and if they are not V rated then if you buy a V3i at a later date they will feed back so to speak and you can not
run the V3i at full power,
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