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White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: Jpwheelin07
Date: February 05, 2018 05:47AM
Currently have a treasure pro and I'm looking to pick up the mx sport. I found one for $450. Should I buy it? Other than water proof what benefits would I gain? Thanks for the input.

Ryan

Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: doc holiday232
Date: February 05, 2018 10:04AM
None.

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Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: pescadore
Date: February 05, 2018 11:17AM
I think you would probably gain some depth with the MX7 because it is built on the MXT format which is deeper than the Treasure Pro. I have not had the opportunity to use the MX7 or MX Sport but have owned the MX5 and didn't really care for it. It was deeper than the TP but just to erratic and proned d to EMI. I am also a Treasure Pro user and perfectly happy with it. I want to get a waterproof detector before summer if I can swing it financially so the MX Sport does interest me.
Pesc



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Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: ramairnut
Date: February 05, 2018 06:49PM
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I traded for one last summer/fall and haven't looked back. It is an awesome detector. There will be a 6-6.5 coil coming out for it this spring from Whites. My favorite feature on this detector is the reject volume. It is very sensitive and can go very deep without having to crank up the sensitivity.

Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: fishers1
Date: February 08, 2018 06:04PM
The MX Sport is a awesome metal detector, Discs very well, Separates super. goes super deep in my area.I have been detecting over 40 years and the Mx Sport is as deep as they come at any price . There is a lot of tech In the MX Sport. Run it with out any disc and listen to the iron as well. My friend has a T Pro and is selling it to upgrade to the MX Sport. The MX Sport is a big step up in my opinion. HH

Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: Jpwheelin07
Date: February 08, 2018 06:42PM
Well folks I purchased a mx sport at a great price tonight, and I'm super excited for spring!!

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Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: ramairnut
Date: February 11, 2018 11:17AM
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Jpwheelin07
Well folks I purchased a mx sport at a great price tonight, and I'm super excited for spring!!

Congrats!:clapping: You won't be disappointed. Just take the time to learn it. I haven't completely learned mine yet but so far it has produced some great results.Like you, I am anxiously awaiting the spring thaw. Good Luck and Happy Hunting:thumbup:
Just for an example, click this link https://www.whiteselectronics.com/find/1-ounce-999-fine-silver-coin/?lang=us which takes you to the Whites Electronics finds page. I found this with my MX Sport which at that time i had only been out a few times hunting with it.

Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: John, in Nawth Carolina
Date: February 25, 2018 07:46PM
So, you’ve compared both side by side?



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Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: Jpwheelin07
Date: February 27, 2018 06:50AM
Not yet. Been to wrapped up with figuring out the mx sport. Will report back.

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Re: White Treasure Pro vs MX Sport
Posted by: pescadore
Date: March 18, 2018 10:15PM
I can now speak from experience since I have a new MX Sport. The Treasure Pro is a good machine but can't hang with the MX Sport depth wise. The MXS is heavier but not that bad. The MXS has a faster processor and even with the stock coil separates targets very well. The only thing I have not liked about it is the waterproof headphones because they don't get loud enough even at full volume. If you want a deeper waterproof machine then get you one. I kept my TP and have no plans to get did off it. I will use it with the 6x8 SEF coil in totlots or really trashy areas until I can get the new 6 shooter for the Sport. Another great thing about the MXS is the menu system and operation is basically the same as the TP with more options allowing for an easy transition.



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