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BigTony

Well-known member
In my opinion - yes it was an improvement but then again I don’t coin shoot in England for deep hammered coins.
It only takes about ten minutes to upgrade so no big deal for free software.

When I first upgraded I took my Nox to hunted out areas that I myself hunted.
I did find more coins, although they were missed in previous hunts they were badly worn coins.
I did find three different digs with multiple coins in them that I missed in previous hunts. I have a theory that the 4 kHz ignores nickels and therefore the machine reported on the dimes and quarters or cents in these three holes, but it’s a guess on my part.
After about ten hunts I switched back to Multi freq and went into other areas.
Tony
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
In my opinion - yes it was an improvement but then again I don’t coin shoot in England for deep hammered coins.
It only takes about ten minutes to upgrade so no big deal for free software.

When I first upgraded I took my Nox to hunted out areas that I myself hunted.
I did find more coins, although they were missed in previous hunts they were badly worn coins.
I did find three different digs with multiple coins in them that I missed in previous hunts. I have a theory that the 4 kHz ignores nickels and therefore the machine reported on the dimes and quarters or cents in these three holes, but it’s a guess on my part.
After about ten hunts I switched back to Multi freq and went into other areas.
Tony
I had a similar experience while using 4khz... I got a deep 16 signal in multi, and then checked the signal in 4khz.
It then read 23.
I dug and found a clad dime laying on top of a nickel.
4khz being a low frequency, did not do well with nickels for me.
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
In my garden, 4kz don’t work on nickels.That’s what I do when disc..I put it on 15kz and the nickel comes out.
For me, Multi was the ticket for nickels...
I found more nickels last year with my Equinox than any other year since I started in 2006!
 

nam70

Member
For me, Multi was the ticket for nickels...
I found more nickels last year with my Equinox than any other year since I started in 2006!
I agree.Multi is the place to be.My nickel count has gone up too.As a matter of fact. All my clad has gone up.along with the silverGot a barber dime 1903 O mint.It’s in beautiful shape.
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
I agree.Multi is the place to be.My nickel count has gone up too.As a matter of fact. All my clad has gone up.along with the silverGot a barber dime 1903 O mint.It’s in beautiful shape.
Same here... broke a few records last year.
 
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