Joseph in Alabama
Anyone trying or using pitch tone on the legend with success..thanks..joe
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Correct me if I am wrong but it just seems like 2 tone VCO to me. I like it when the iron trash is overwhelming. It picks out nonferrous very well. I don't use it much but it is a nice tool in the toolbox.Pitch tone ?
How do you get that to work ?Correct me if I am wrong but it just seems like 2 tone VCO to me. I like it when the iron trash is overwhelming. It picks out nonferrous very well. I don't use it much but it is a nice tool in the toolbox.
Yes. And still learning the Legend.Two tones that you can set the volume, tone frequency and breakpoint and the sound gets louder and raises in pitch, the stronger the signal and the shallower the target, kind of like a Gold Bug Pro or F19 if you are familiar with them.
First of all , you slow down. Even with high recovery rates the machine still has to be given the time to do it's work. With time the constant changing of tones almost becomes like a secondary threshold and picking the interesting tones is where the reward lies. Good tones become unmistakable , it's the ones that are unfamiliar and don't match the VDI that will start really getting your attention. I notch out a few VDIs comparable to where I have never found anything with other detectors and depending on the frequency I am using. One of the really nice features about the Legend is how easily you can accept and reject VDIs.Do you notch some out? Or just deal with a constant barrage out noise?
if you go into the setting to choose how many tones you want 2,4,60 and pitch tones, just go into the number of tones you want and keep pushing the up arrow while in the tone settings and you will see (P) which is pitch tones, I use pitch tones quite oftenSadly my hearing suks. Couldn't enjoy my minelabs broad audio because of it hardly used em. I love how I can now adjust the tones upper limit. Definitely enjoying my Legend. When I get free of protecting my chemically imbalanced wife from gov entities. Forceably locked up in a third facility.
I'll give the pitch a try. Nice sales pitch guys. 😊