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Right try it in the stock settings first that’s what I’ll do seems like he had his salt too high ftom what I’ve seen on other beach videosIs this guy a trusted detectorist? Or some just fly by night youtuber looking for clicks?
I find it hard to believe it can't hit those target unless he is detecting over a car or something.
I never get why these users have to play with the settings on a new machine right away.
I don't think Harp knows how to adjust the settings quite yetCalabash’s new video gives more clarity that , indeed D2 can find the micro jewelry on the beach & with no tricks!….The Equinox struggles on those targets more so in comparison than D2……personally, I don’t think he’s B S’n about it but, that’s my opinion………..I don’t know what happened to Savannah H’s situation??
hi there watch this guy he test the XP Deus 2 all the time he is awesome and shows you every thing just do a search on his youtube site for what you want to know https://www.youtube.com/c/PaystreakSuperfreakJust like land not all beaches are alike. Mineral's, black sand can provide different results. I can only judge my conditions not those on video's. I think the XP skill school is a good place to learn how to set the machine up and what the settings will do .Some videos are fun to watch. Other's not so fun.
That's a good plan. Obviously the manual and your ability to apply the correct settings to your site conditions is paramount. Wish you success. .I'm still reading the manual, and the books from Andy Sabisch, so I really know what I'm doing when mine finally shows up in a couple weeks or so.