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Thanks for the reply Monte!

July 21, 2019 08:08PM
I was curious about the ORX response to the surface "on edge" quarter because I observed the XP Deus fail on this test. It was not my Deus in question, it was owned by a friend and had an unknown program loaded. It would either give a broken signal or nothing at all, I was perplexed to say the least.Therefore not a valid test as I am sure that the Deus could be tuned to do better with an adjustment, To be clear and 'transparent', the coil was run lback and forth over the lengthwise orientation of the quarter that was visible. I'm not familiar with this metal detector and not implying that something was wrong with the machine. It has many adjustments and realize that a Mal adjusted machine would not be up to full potential.

I would like to know from other XP Deus owners whether this is their experience, my friend moved quite a distance away and no longer have any exposure to this machine...I'm not trying to belittle the Deus, but I was curious all because of a post I read on another forum. The OP had a similar experience and is a well respected Metal Detector author. Not trying to start a fight or anything as I am looking at this as scientifically as possible. Thank you for your patience.

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By request: How my set of detectors handle 'on-edge' coins.

Monte 236 July 21, 2019 08:39AM

Diggin' those 'on-edge' coins. Both shallow and deep. thumbs up N/T

UtahRich 97 July 25, 2019 01:54AM

"... and deep?" - - Rich, I was waiting for your comments regarding "at depth."

Monte 135 July 27, 2019 08:56AM

Nothing to add. N/T

UtahRich 81 July 28, 2019 01:06AM

Re: A little to add.

Remfire 143 July 28, 2019 09:33AM

Things happen! ... Even at 4" deep.

Monte 94 July 28, 2019 12:58PM

Thanks for the reply Monte!

Hombre 138 July 21, 2019 08:08PM

Re: Thanks for the reply Monte!

Remfire 90 July 24, 2019 10:47PM

Thanks for your reply Remfire..

Hombre 116 July 25, 2019 07:36AM

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