Why would they bother for 1 khz difference, Manufacturers add these little extra things because it will help get more sales . Metal detector buyers and users are very gullible to paying moneySo not that the lower frequency doesn’t go deeper but rather my point would be that it would be equivalent to ML offering a coil for the xterra in 3khz and then they come out with another one at 2khz
Would you buy the one at 2khz if you already have the 3khz
I can see if you have a 7khz and then you get a 3khz but to go from 3 to 2 is not feasible imo
So with the nox going from 5khz and adding a 4khz is it really going to be a big difference
out for extra features and fancy names . 1khz will make no difference worth even talking about when it comes to getting a performance increase by reducing the frequency by only 1khz .
I dare any one to prove otherwise. So what advantage will 4 Khz have over 5 Khz. also i think they add a lot of so called programs just for the sake of it , it helps to sell detectors.
and i never have been obsessed by settings , people like paystreak superfreak are obsessed by settings . Like making a few little adjustments will not do anything much at all to find more.
I usually switch on and detect thats it. No fiddling around with settings for me , except sensitivity. I have wasted time messing with settings years back but i came to the conclusion that
getting the coil over a good target that is in range is the most important thing.