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1.Why I Always Search in “All Metal Mode”
Always Press “Noise Cancel”
Sensitivity: Auto

The Detector in this mode will try to select the highest  sensitivity possible without too much chatter, but I find that  manual adjustments are much better for quiet sites, use  Auto  when on highly mineralised ground etc.

Always upon arriving at your site, switch on  the  Detector  with the coil on the ground (away  from  any metal) and  press and hold in till  “Noise  Cancel starts” this optimises  the detector, sets  the frequency and ground balances the  machine. Only use “In Air” when near other users or near

Overhead Power Lines to mask out airborne interference.

I recommend using the “Noise Cancel” function every 30  minutes or so when detecting, as ground effects can change  within the same field. Regularly doing Noise Cancel helps  you keep the machine working at its best. See No 3 Above.

Always adjust the Threshold so that  you can  just hear a slight hum,

you will then be able to hear when it  goes  silent, this silence occurs

when the search head has passed  over ferrous  targets or targets that  are discriminated out in  the quick  mask / reject area.This silence is  called a “Null Point” and when this  occurs  slow down your search head  sweeping speed,  as you maybe  missing good targets

In high trash areas that are being  nulled out,  this kind of searching  also needs Recovery set  to: FAST.  For Fast Recovery in null areas.


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