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New user-Am I on the right track?

smithobx

Member
I have only had my EX II about two weeks. At first, using smart find at factory presest, all I could hear was a jumble of tones, sounded like Jimmy Hendrix playing a tone machine. After some experimentation I finally put it in manual sesitivity turned it down to 12, and adjusted the theshhold to barely audible. Bingo, I can now hear the momentary nulls as the detector rejects discriminated targets, all that noise is gone and the tones are smooth and stable. It was like a different machine. I have only made one find with this new setup, but it was a 1911 V nickle(the only V I have ever found in 20 years of detecting) and it was at 8.5 inches, in an area that I have used several other detectors over the years. Being able to hear those nulls seems to be the key. If I going the right way here, I intend to start making adustments to the other settings one at a time untill I get it optimized. Am I OK using the above setup, which I know will vary some from the above based on location, as my baseline setup to learn? I can use any suggestion or comment anyone would care to offer. Thanks ---John --just wanted to add, when the setting is in auto sesitivity, the adustments to sensitivity seem to make no differience, but in manual it gets rid of all the clutter.

 

Cody

New member
All of us are glad to help. We are all learning how to be more effective with the Explorer.
 
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