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Anfibio firmware updates

Joseph in Alabama

Active member
Hello
I am not sure..Hopefully Monte or Sven can chime in and give you a good answer..hh
 

BHNugget

Member
Not that I have seen. Makes me sorry I bought one. They can correct and improve issues on their lower end model with four firmware updates so far, but do nothing to correct them on the Anfibio.
 

xindaris

New member
Talked to Nokta USA and they said no one has complained enough about an issue to Nokta HQ for them to want to do an update. From what I read on the forums I find that hard to believe.
 

Tony-Ok

Active member
Not that I have seen. Makes me sorry I bought one. They can correct and improve issues on their lower end model with four firmware updates so far, but do nothing to correct them on the Anfibio.
If there where to be an update for the Anfibio, what would you like to see updated ? I am thinking about getting an Anfibio Multi . Thanks Tony
 

xindaris

New member
I would like to see the stability of the Anfibio on par with the previous Nokta ForsCore. I would like better bottle cap rejection and a salt water mode that really works, after all it is called an Anfibio. And most of all I would like them to come out with a high frequency coil and a program to use it similar to the XP Deus. If they could do this they would have one of the best if not the best machine out there. I know a lot of people want to see a multi-frequency mode but if they did the above recommendations it would only be needed for the beach mode if they couldn't find another way to settle it down in the salt environment. The Anfibio build quality is outstanding and I hope they will continue in that tradition with everything they build.
 

BHNugget

Member
If there where to be an update for the Anfibio, what would you like to see updated ? I am thinking about getting an Anfibio Multi . Thanks Tony
The wired headphone volume problem. I have not been able to use any wired headphone with the Anfibio and get anything close to reasonable volume, so any water hunting is out.
 
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