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Treasure Pro Discovery
Posted by: MrBranton33
Date: January 14, 2016 09:43PM
I was messing around with the Treasure Pro, doing some indoor testing, and I turned on the Beach program. I figured that it would reduce some of the EMI that I was getting in the room, and I was right. What I didn't count on was that when I followed up with an air test, it picked up the coins I was swinging much deeper! I'm not talking a little bit. In the air it was close to 3 inches deeper. I can't believe I haven't noticed this before now, but in the past with other machines I have used the beach mode seemed to decrease depth a bit. The TP did great in the field in the stock coin and jewelry program, but this may be the ticket. I know the DFX always ran with salt subtraction factored in, and it was a great machine. If this depth increase translates to the soil, the TP is going to give some people a serious run for their money. I also noticed a situation similar to the Minelab "clunck" with the TP. If you go beyond the depth of the tone ID, you get a different sound, but the target cursor registers the target just slightly below what it really is. Very interesting. The tone isn't the same, and no VDI number, but the Cursor or arrow is still pointing to a category. Something to look out for in the field for sure. I was going to put this machine away, and get back to the V3i, but now I am compelled to test out the Beach Program some more. The air test was going way out there. much more than you would expect from a unit at this price point :)



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Re: Treasure Pro Discovery
Posted by: MrBranton33
Date: January 16, 2016 09:29AM
i did some more indoor testing, and the results were not quite as amazing as my initial testing. There must be some variable indoors that was affecting my results. This time it was only an inch or so better, but that is still good in my pinion. Every inch counts, and the EMI reducing effect of the Beach mode does allow for higher sensitivity settings. I never put much faith in indoor test results anyway. Cabin fever is setting in, and I hate to see my detectors sitting idle :) Only in ground testing will show me for sure. Maybe a fringe depth coin will give me some more information. The Treasure Pro's depth test is very good anyway. I was pleasantly surprised with how well it did in my field testing. Good luck out there guys!



Youtube: Carolina Coin Hunter

White's V3i ,MX Sport.MXT All Pro,Fisher F75 ltd 2,Garrett AT Pro, Fisher cz70 Pro,Minelab CTX 3030, & a bunch of dirt stained jeans. Lol :)

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