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Wireless Headphones for Etrac

DigginNC

New member
I bought a Bluetooth transmitter and wireless Bluetooth headphones for my Etrac. Both connect and sound comes through but if I leave the detector still the threshhold sound fades away to no sound at all. The funny thing is if I lift the detector and hold it horizontal it comes back on or if I touch and hold the connection at the detector or the connection at the transmitter the threshhold stays on like it’s supposed too. When I release it again goes silent until I start to swing the detector. Any thoughts on what might be going on. I attached a picture to show my setup.
 

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groovygarvie

New member
I bought a Bluetooth transmitter and wireless Bluetooth headphones for my Etrac. Both connect and sound comes through but if I leave the detector still the threshhold sound fades away to no sound at all. The funny thing is if I lift the detector and hold it horizontal it comes back on or if I touch and hold the connection at the detector or the connection at the transmitter the threshhold stays on like it’s supposed too. When I release it again goes silent until I start to swing the detector. Any thoughts on what might be going on. I attached a picture to show my setup.
hard wired is still the way to go ...no lag , less interference, no dead zones.......etc etc etc
 

Jason-ks

New member
If you haven't yet checked out the wireless headphones offered by Grey Ghost, then you should! They work great with Minelab machines!
 

u2robert

Well-known member
The Quest Wirefree headphones and transmitter is the way to go with almost 0 lag time.
These headphones were made for detecting.
Bluethooth will have to much lag time.
 

ron948

Active member
i bought the pro sonic from minelab. Uses the same receiver as the ctx3030. transmitter plugs into headphone jack. This thing works on every detector i've tried it on
 
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