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Truthfully, the difference in most detectors


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You are in Europe somewhere digging very small hammered coins? Or what type of silver coins do you deal with? Interesting…because in the US ALL of our silver coins would be considered to be high conductors….18+ on the NOX for the very smallest. But we realize that not everybody is in the US also….🙂
Yes I'm in the UK


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it is time for me to stop posting things as pocket spills and all seem to be different for different people...when they say multi frequency...the modern nox has a multi mode...the dfx has best data....fbs and bbs run in multiple frequencies and I am old and outdated it is all up to the others to work it all out....I am done trying.
White's DFX never had any depth for me?