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To Omega owners with a test garden,,

BJ in Okla.

Active member
Please do some testing with your settings and depth......
and what are the deeper settings ???
Then max the sens and check.
Then turn up the disc to like 61 and check.
My unit gets quite when the disc is 61 or higher...
But wonder how much depth is lost at max sens and disc of 61 or higher..
Just asking...Anyone ???

Big Boys Hobbies

Active member
Good post BJ. Maybe Dave J will jump in here and shed some light. Most machines lose depth with more descrim.

BJ in Okla.

Active member
What I was wondering is,
if you are in a area that had a lot of noise,and if you turn the Sens down, you loose depth and if you turn the Disc up to where the unit is quite, witch one do you loose the most depth with and witch one, you don't loose as much depth with..


Active member
I'm pretty certain that you can get your answer by air testing.



New member
The question you last asked is really quite dependent on Your particular soil types. So I recommend You bury some coins and do the test. To get the correct answers to your question.