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The depth will be similiar with a slight edge going to the Vista X. Both are very deep and will do well but factor in the dual discrimination of the X. The Vista Smart Pro will do extremely well in pounded sights, especially old houses and CW battlefields.. IMHO, I think the Smart has a slight edge in the audio department as far as ID'ing a target...
thanks Richard

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And how’s the x compare to a whites 6000 or 5900 depth wise ,, I just got my vista x but I’m to dumb to figure this new thing out maybe sold soon


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I have found that in most circumstances depth is only part of the equation. The Vista X will have an edge on depth but it's ability to see thru iron is what really
makes it stand out.. While there are a high number of deep coins still out there, more are masked by trash and iron. Take you time and learn the machine.
I have been using Deeptechs for 7 years or so and I continue to learn more everytime I take one out. If you need any help, shot me an email at HH Richard