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Under water detecting question

Coast

Member
Did my first underwater detecting yesterday only a 3ft deep swimming area, question do i need to noise cancel when in the water? I noticed that my swing speed is very slow and the signals are boomers, it was very enjoyable though not productive.
cheers
 

ironman200081

Active member
My machine has been out of warranty for 7 years, so I have no recent experience with this. But I do dunk the coil when the opportunity arises. I do not do any noise cancels under the water.
 
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