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Search modes


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The Legend has 4 different search modes, and various tweaks for each mode….Among these modes, I see that there is a park, and a field mode…Of the various modes, which mode do you feel goes the deepest given the same soil conditions ? What would make you go into “park” mode instead of “field” mode….I know from years of experience that nothing is etched in stone when detecting….You can always try different settings and/or modes to help with target recovery….I’m starting to lean towards purchasing a Legend, and will know better after the upcoming update…Thanks for your help….Jim


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Im suspecting Field allows for a little height due to grass length or furrows in the ground. I now have 3 hours experience with the Legend vs a couple hundred on the F75. The way its written is a bit like Boost mode. Traditionally parks are fairly flat and fields not so much. Thats not to say one cant use either in a park area but at the same time one isnt really looking for relics in a more modern park. Clear as mud? Just my opinion.


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The different Modes each have some differences in the signal processing & filtering. The User Manual is not nearly as informative as I would like. Park & Beach seem to have more filtering than Field. Goldfield the least. I use Park in modern trash, Field in iron trash. Goldfield is nice in cleaner ground. Beach is good in wet rusty ground. You just have to play around comparing targets.

Joseph in Alabama

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In my ground Multi field 2 has showed to be the deepest..pulled lead several times with hole being couple inches deeper than pp.


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I agree that the machine and various ground conditions need to be learned, but running other detectors I have found that you can run a program that was not designed for certain purposes does better than programs that were designed for that purpose…I thought perhaps there were standouts for some of you, like Joseph in Alabama….Thanks