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Chapter 4, pg 22. Sectn 8: DC Sensitivity.
Posted by: Dang
Date: March 17, 2016 01:14AM
From the XLT Owners Guide. Last paragraph on page 22...

"AC and DC Sensitivity Adjustments are traditionally the way to alter detection depth and stability.
There are other methods available in the ....."????

In the what? Where is the rest of this sentence?
Page 23? No. That's where Section 9 begins. Its all about "Backlight".

Is it just my Owners Guide or are all printed XLT owners guide this way?
And if it is just my copy.....well then. I have a rare collectable and may
consider trading it for a 6" coil....

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Re: Chapter 4, pg 22. Sectn 8: DC Sensitivity.
Posted by: airscapes
Date: March 17, 2016 05:47AM
From the online PDF

A.C. and D.C. Sensitivity Adjustments are
traditionally the way to alter detection depth and
stability. There are other methods available in the
PRO OPTIONS under SIGNAL (TRANSMIT,
RECEIVE), PREAMP GAIN.

http://www.whiteselectronics.com/media/downloadable/files/samples/s/p/spectrum_xlt_instruction_manual.pdf



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Re: Chapter 4, pg 22. Sectn 8: DC Sensitivity.
Posted by: Dang
Date: March 17, 2016 10:36AM
Thank you. Wasn't missing very much at all.
It reminded me of that one MASH episode where the one and only mystery novel in camp was missing it's last page. .

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