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Lets get this forum going again!
Posted by: filternozzle
Date: September 23, 2017 05:06AM
There must be a lot of GPX owners out there. So why don't we all start contributing to this forum and get some life back into it.

If there is something you want to know and cant see an answer on any of the previous posts, ask! There is bound to be a user who can give an answer.



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Minelab GPX-5000 - Backup GPX-4500 with a very large selection of coils.

Re: Lets get this forum going again!
Posted by: filternozzle
Date: September 24, 2017 08:04AM
Unless people contribute posts a forum dies and isn't much good to anyone.... so how about posting a question or an opinion etc....:clapping:



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Minelab GPX-5000 - Backup GPX-4500 with a very large selection of coils.

Re: Lets get this forum going again!
Posted by: Tony
Date: September 25, 2017 08:30PM
Here's my GPX4500 tip..............in heavily mineralised ground, the norm seems to be using a mono in ENHANCE which is quite effective...BUT.....do not discount the trusty DD coil in NORMAL timings as it will punch deeper on small and bigger gold. The added bonus with the DD is also some reasonable iron rejection (mainly surface and down a couple of inches) plus superior EMI blocking. I know Mono coils are all the rage but before you "dumb" down your GPX into Enhance and a mono, try the "hairy chested" Normal timing and see how you go.....

Tony.

Re: Lets get this forum going again!
Posted by: filternozzle
Date: October 02, 2017 05:04PM
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Tony
Here's my GPX4500 tip..............in heavily mineralised ground, the norm seems to be using a mono in ENHANCE which is quite effective...BUT.....do not discount the trusty DD coil in NORMAL timings as it will punch deeper on small and bigger gold. The added bonus with the DD is also some reasonable iron rejection (mainly surface and down a couple of inches) plus superior EMI blocking. I know Mono coils are all the rage but before you "dumb" down your GPX into Enhance and a mono, try the "hairy chested" Normal timing and see how you go.....

Tony.

Thanks for your tip Tony, I am sure it will be of use to those detecting on heavily mineralised ground.:thumbup:



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Minelab GPX-5000 - Backup GPX-4500 with a very large selection of coils.

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