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Noise cancel
Posted by: Nock
Date: March 07, 2011 08:06PM
When getting started , is there any settings to make before doing your noise cancel?

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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: surfman
Date: March 07, 2011 09:16PM
Dont think so Nock. I just hold mine a couple inches off the ground, press NC and go. Someone else may know better. I am just getting to know my Explorer.

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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: teleman2525
Date: March 07, 2011 10:33PM
thats about it 6inchs push button then detect also do every onch in while just to reset for changing air and ground conditions also any sensitivity changes re noise cancel



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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: BJ in Okla.
Date: March 08, 2011 03:17PM
I don't under stand why my Explorer ll manual says to place the coil on clean ground and do the noise cancel,
and my SE says 30 CM off the ground. 30 CM =11.81 inches, so I use 12".
I have tried both ways, in the same spot and both ways picked the same number...
So may be it does not matter the way you do the noise cancel.
BJ

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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: teleman2525
Date: March 08, 2011 07:09PM
yah i,m not clear on this either but dew hold the coil close to knee high i,ll have to experiment air or ground this yeat especialy in heavy iron areas to see which works the best



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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: stasys
Date: March 10, 2011 03:37PM
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BJ in Okla.
I don't under stand why my Explorer ll manual says to place the coil on clean ground and do the noise cancel,
and my SE says 30 CM off the ground. 30 CM =11.81 inches, so I use 12".
I have tried both ways, in the same spot and both ways picked the same number...
So may be it does not matter the way you do the noise cancel.
BJ
no difference where your coil, just in the air it can pick up more noise, try with high manual sensitivity, I suggest use manual, but before test what channel works best on your land, exist very small difference between channels. good luck Stasys

Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: markg
Date: March 11, 2011 06:36AM
Don't know, but it works.

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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: sgoss66
Date: March 31, 2011 09:55AM
I think maybe the deal with "30 cm above the ground" may simply be that if you put it close to the ground to do a cancel, and you happened to choose a spot with a big metal target in the ground, the coil sensing that metal might "throw off" the noise cancel. If you are over clean ground, it might not be as much of an issue if you hold it 2 inches or 12 inches when noise cancelling. Just a thought...

Steve



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Norman, OK

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Re: Noise cancel
Posted by: grover868
Date: April 08, 2011 10:44AM
Hi MarcD. Yesterday, I just happened to watch a vid on mlo tv about noise canceling. http://www.mlotv.com/view/111/noise-canceling/ Chris

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