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Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: woodchiphustler
Date: March 04, 2012 08:46PM
XP Deus in America



Geo
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CZ6 updated to 6A
Whites TDI SL
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Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: Finder82
Date: March 04, 2012 08:58PM
When i type those words in the Youtube search, nothing is coming up.:confused:

Maybe it is a private video.:rolleyes:



Xp Deus.
Tesoro vaquero.
Garrett pro-pointer.
Fiskars Folding shovel.

Oldest coin: Gotland skilling minted in 1523.

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Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: woodchiphustler
Date: March 05, 2012 05:45AM
Search TheButtondigger just the way its spelled here. Click on ButtonDiggers channel.



Geo
The original Buttondigger since 1969
Still "on the right side of the dirt"
A Findmall Fan and Supporter


Makro Cf77
CZ6 updated to 6A
Whites TDI SL
Whites VX3

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Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: mudpuppy
Date: March 05, 2012 06:22AM
Nice work there! Yep, I'd liked to been there with ya George! Nice finds on the cut spanish. So you are impressed? Not hard to learn this rig?
Mud



Detecting is the study of Humans interaction with topography, the untrustworthyness of pockets, and metals desire to return to the earth from whence it came.

Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: Finder82
Date: March 05, 2012 07:03AM
Nice Deus video, keep up the good work.:detecting:



Xp Deus.
Tesoro vaquero.
Garrett pro-pointer.
Fiskars Folding shovel.

Oldest coin: Gotland skilling minted in 1523.

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Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: mudpuppy
Date: March 05, 2012 08:09AM
The whole coil and wand is submersible right? You just cant get the phones or the controls wet right? I read the owners manual off of Andys site, and thats what it sort of says in a round about way. Just wondering if the coil is able to transmit the signal through 4' of water. wading with the thing, or if it has a depth limit of a couple of feet?...:unsure:
Mud



Detecting is the study of Humans interaction with topography, the untrustworthyness of pockets, and metals desire to return to the earth from whence it came.

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Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: woodchiphustler
Date: March 05, 2012 08:21AM
I'm liking it allot. I find the G maxx program hits deep and hard on all relics and coins . Plus its so easy to use. One thing I have never seen is a non motion disc mode that you can use to check a deep target. Got three deep good targets then checked them in non motion disc mode at the factory setting. Perfect three for three. On another note. Clean up takes just a minute and you can fold it up for the next hunt. From owning a Gold maxx I knew the quality was there. If XP will listen to their US distributors and hard core hunters like myself I can see software updates down the road for the US market. If you watch the youtube videos from the UK and other countries you will see people want the very low conductive hammered coins. Our cut Spanish reales and cobs come in much higher on the conductive scale and are easy to find in the 12khz or 8 kHz setting. You also find their targets very shallow. Not to worry on depth. The Deus digs deep.



Geo
The original Buttondigger since 1969
Still "on the right side of the dirt"
A Findmall Fan and Supporter


Makro Cf77
CZ6 updated to 6A
Whites TDI SL
Whites VX3

Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: Finder82
Date: March 05, 2012 08:27AM
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mudpuppy
The whole coil and wand is submersible right? You just cant get the phones or the controls wet right? I read the owners manual off of Andys site, and thats what it sort of says in a round about way. Just wondering if the coil is able to transmit the signal through 4' of water. wading with the thing, or if it has a depth limit of a couple of feet?...:unsure:
Mud

Coil and stem is waterproof, remote and headphones are not. You need to tape a antenna wire near the coil to make the Deus coil work underwater, like this:






Xp Deus.
Tesoro vaquero.
Garrett pro-pointer.
Fiskars Folding shovel.

Oldest coin: Gotland skilling minted in 1523.


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Thanks Finder, I was just reading about that on the E Trac thread
Posted by: mudpuppy
Date: March 05, 2012 08:37AM
Is that antenna wire long enough to use in chest deep water?
Mud



Detecting is the study of Humans interaction with topography, the untrustworthyness of pockets, and metals desire to return to the earth from whence it came.

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Re: Deus video now on youtube
Posted by: woodchiphustler
Date: March 05, 2012 08:38AM
Yes coil is waterproof and control box and headphones water resistant.



Geo
The original Buttondigger since 1969
Still "on the right side of the dirt"
A Findmall Fan and Supporter


Makro Cf77
CZ6 updated to 6A
Whites TDI SL
Whites VX3

Re: Thanks Finder, I was just reading about that on the E Trac thread
Posted by: Finder82
Date: March 05, 2012 08:46AM
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mudpuppy
Is that antenna wire long enough to use in chest deep water?
Mud

The antenna in the picture seems to be as long as the stem is.

I think you can make the antenna wire as long as you want, if you can somehow get the antenna near the remote. If you attach the antenna to the stem and put the remote in a waterpoof case, i think you can atleast able to shallow wade with the Deus.



Xp Deus.
Tesoro vaquero.
Garrett pro-pointer.
Fiskars Folding shovel.

Oldest coin: Gotland skilling minted in 1523.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 03/05/2012 08:57AM by Finder82.

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