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What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: juit
Date: December 14, 2018 10:19PM
Can you please tell me what settings are you running in the anfibio



Whites MXT all Pro , M5 & IDX hot version
2 5900 Di Pro Sl
Nokta Anfibio multi
Tesoro eldorado widescan coil

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: juit
Date: December 15, 2018 07:40PM
Omg please do a line lol



Whites MXT all Pro , M5 & IDX hot version
2 5900 Di Pro Sl
Nokta Anfibio multi
Tesoro eldorado widescan coil

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: KindManTall
Date: December 15, 2018 10:49PM
NO idea .. Mine is still in the box .. Been using the Impact and Multi Kruzer

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: Sven
Date: December 17, 2018 05:09AM
Settings will be different per hunt location and personal liking. Basic factory pre-set program modes are perfect to start with to get used to the detector. Can be a turn on, GB and go detector.

You may want to consider turning down the Iron volume to 2. Maybe bump the sensitivity up if warranted.



Nokta/Makro Anfibio-Multi, DeepTech Vista X, and few others
Self built Mirage Pi's --- they work great in trashy areas!!

Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: GroundScanner
Date: December 17, 2018 05:54AM
The Multi Anfibio does not have iron volume. I wish it did. GS
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Sven
Settings will be different per hunt location and personal liking. Basic factory pre-set program modes are perfect to start with to get used to the detector. Can be a turn on, GB and go detector.

You may want to consider turning down the Iron volume to 2. Maybe bump the sensitivity up if warranted.


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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: juit
Date: December 17, 2018 06:35AM
Bro it has notch vol



Whites MXT all Pro , M5 & IDX hot version
2 5900 Di Pro Sl
Nokta Anfibio multi
Tesoro eldorado widescan coil

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: Tom Slick
Date: December 17, 2018 08:14AM
Pages 18 and 19 in the user manual explains Notch Vol. and Tone Vol. Either can be used for Fe Vol.



Arizona
44 years detecting, ex White's dealer.
Current Detectors:
Minelab Equinox 800
Makro Multi Kruzer x 2
Makro Racer 2
White's DFX x 3

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: Sven
Date: December 17, 2018 04:44PM
Tone Volume (TONE V.)
This setting is present in the Anfibio Multi and Anfibio 14 models. It is not present in the Anfibio 19
model.

SETTINGS
There are 5 pre-defined metal zones in the Anfibio. They are shown as Z1-Z2-Z3-Z4-Z5 on the screen.
The number of metal zones displayed vary according to the model of the Anfibio as well as the selected
mode.

By using the TONE V. feature, you can adjust the volume for each metal group between 0-5.
When TONE V. is selected from the SETTINGS, names of the metal zones mentioned above will appear
below the TARGET ID indicator and the selected one will be framed.


To select another group, just press
the SELECT button. Then use the plus (+) or the minus (-) button to change the audio frequency.
TONE V. setting is available in all modes except for the GEN, GEN Delta and CACHE modes present in
the Anfibio Multi and Anfibio 14 models. TONE V. adjustment applies to the selected search mode only.
The change does not affect the other modes.



Nokta/Makro Anfibio-Multi, DeepTech Vista X, and few others
Self built Mirage Pi's --- they work great in trashy areas!!

Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: GroundScanner
Date: December 17, 2018 07:39PM
Well thanks guys, really appreciate it.

Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: Jack Barlow
Date: December 17, 2018 10:30PM
I might add "GroundScanner" that it always pay to go slow and work into the more advanced settings such as zones and settings such as tone volume. So may I suggest getting familiar with the machine by simply using the 3 tones on start up, run the machine over the nearby ground, looking for a totally "clean" spot to ground balance, and then GB, -being especially careful that you have a perfectly clean spot free of any metal- (this is a very common mistake) and THEN if still quiet, -bring up the GAIN-.

The default gain is quite modest, and again -if the machine is running quiet, with only a small amount of background noise, and EMI is not an issue at your working site, go ahead and bring up the gain to even 80-90. It's all about familiarizing yourself with the settings. Stand there at a target and bring the gain up and down and listen to the huge difference in the sound. The signal tone will be much cleaner and over a bigger area with more gain. Of course you realize that with greater gain, your chances of locating deeper or smaller targets also increases. Ground balancing correctly and in the different modes of doing GB...is very important. That is why the manual gives two pages on this.

It's also -good practice- to also do a couple of GBs during your session. And of course if you change your site, GB at once! Running all that gain may not be possible for your general location. Use gain judiciously...but again practice with different targets and levels of gain. As others here pointed out... there is no set group of settings. It completely depends on your soil, your preferences, the coil you have on, even how moist the soil is. You'll laugh...but this is very good advice. Ready? Leave the owners manual in the bathroom and read it cover to cover about four times. Every time you read it through...you will glean more good information to help you. I feel the book is well written.

Good Luck and Merry Christmas!

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: ynnek4
Date: December 18, 2018 08:05AM
I recently hit a site with the Anfibio Multi that I have pounded to death with a Nox 800, Deus HF/LF and x35 13" detectors.

I did really well with the following settings:

Manual ground balanced
14khz
99 tones
Gain at 98 (this is with visible power lines framing the lot!)
No descrim
Left everything else the same



Granted these finds pale in comparison to what others are finding but they were 100% missed by me with other detectors(which were all ran HOT). At times, I was literally lifting my coil 3-5 inches above the ground and it was still tagging things with stable vdi.

Very fun machine.

Happy hunting.


Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: F_27stryker1
Date: December 23, 2018 02:35AM
Running my multi in 2 tone, I dig everything on old sites, 99 tone In heavy iron. 14khz mostly, 20khz in iron infested sites, and switching to 5khz rechecking for deep silvers in areas. I like to run it hot with gain anywhere from 88 to 99, love the feedback on the tones




Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: nenadgbeepin
Date: December 23, 2018 07:21AM
I am really starting to like 5 tone for them trashy modern parks. Gain 65 is plenty. Having fun going over a few old sites.

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: dfmike
Date: December 23, 2018 09:27AM
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ynnek4
I recently hit a site with the Anfibio Multi that I have pounded to death with a Nox 800, Deus HF/LF and x35 13" detectors.

Very cool finds. Nice pendants.



Active detectors and accessories: Fisher F19 LTD on Mars universal shaft, F19 on original shaft, Nokta Fors CoRe, Whites MX7, Makro and Nokta pointers. Killer B's and Jolly Rogers headphones and assorted coils.
Previous detectors in order of acquisition: Bounty Hunter Discovery, Fisher F44, Fisher F5, Omega 8000 V6, Minelab X-Terra 705

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Re: What settings are you running on your anfibio?
Posted by: juit
Date: December 23, 2018 11:23AM
Good info keep it going guys



Whites MXT all Pro , M5 & IDX hot version
2 5900 Di Pro Sl
Nokta Anfibio multi
Tesoro eldorado widescan coil

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