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Re: I thought I already owned a multi-frequency Minelab ??????
Posted by: sgoss66
Date: September 19, 2017 12:32PM
sprchng --

Here...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PgG686ZNwg&app=desktop

This guy, I believe, is the designer, Mark Lawrie...

Start listening to the video at about the 2:40 mark.

He says, when discussing the frequency options, that you have 5, 10, and 15 kHz in the 600 model for single frequencies, and then "a multi-frequency that is associated with "Park," a multi-frequency that is associated with "Field," and a multi-frequency that is associated with "Beach..." And then, just a short while later when still discussing multi-frequency, he says they are all "specially tuned" for different scenarios, which I interpret to be that he is still referring to how the frequencies used in multi-frequency are "specially tuned" for each of those different "modes."

Steve



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Re: Thanks for sharing that one!N/T
Posted by: BigTony
Date: September 19, 2017 03:27PM

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Some Fisher/Teknetics machines utilize something they call "V-Break"
Posted by: Greg (E.Tn)
Date: September 19, 2017 05:20PM
Don't know if it is similar or not.

Re: I thought I already owned a multi-frequency Minelab ??????
Posted by: sprchng
Date: September 19, 2017 05:32PM
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sgoss66
sprchng --

Here...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PgG686ZNwg&app=desktop

This guy, I believe, is the designer, Mark Lawrie...

Start listening to the video at about the 2:40 mark.

He says, when discussing the frequency options, that you have 5, 10, and 15 kHz in the 600 model for single frequencies, and then "a multi-frequency that is associated with "Park," a multi-frequency that is associated with "Field," and a multi-frequency that is associated with "Beach..." And then, just a short while later when still discussing multi-frequency, he says they are all "specially tuned" for different scenarios, which I interpret to be that he is still referring to how the frequencies used in multi-frequency are "specially tuned" for each of those different "modes."

Steve

Yes , I saw that but never heard him mention specific frequencies for specific modes like you mentioned in your earlier post. I thought there might be something different out there.

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Re: I thought I already owned a multi-frequency Minelab ??????
Posted by: brissietex
Date: September 19, 2017 06:27PM
I expect this page to be updated once MultiIQ gets released or patented:

https://www.minelab.com/knowledge-base/key-technologies

It is interesting to read the definitions of various Minelab technologies and what product lines they are in. I would really love to get ahold of the Equinox manual. The Minelab manuals nowadays seem very thorough and explain the detector's technology rather well.

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