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Yes, I believe many detectors in the 10 to 15 kilohertz range can make very good general-purpose detectors.

May 10, 2017 06:33AM avatar
Note that I said many because not all detectors are going to work well just because they're in a certain operating frequency range. George Payne wrote an article about his frequency selection back when he was designing his treasure Baron series which operated 12.5 kilohertz. That's right in the middle of the 10 to 15 kilohertz range that I find be ideal. All my Tesoro's work between 10 and 15 kilohertz. My Macro Racer works at 14 kilohertz. My Nokta FORS CoRe models work at 15 kilohertz.

My former used MXT Pro and MX-5 work that 14 kilohertz roughly. There have been others that are good detectors in this frequency range for coin hunting and jewelry hunting.

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My Regular-Use Detectors:
Nokta: Two each of the following: Impact, FORS Relic and FORS CoRe
Tesoro: Vaquero, Silver Sabre µMAX and Mojave
White's: MX7 (coming soon)

Other Specialty-Use Detectors from:
Compass, Makro, Nokta, Tesoro and White's
Note: Detectors are listed alphabetically by Brand, NOT in my order of preference for use. Additional search coils on-hand in accessory bags.

Pinpointers: Using Nokta and Makro Pointers.
Headphones: Using the Killer B 'Hornet' and White's Pro Star.

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Optimum Frequency for Coins and Jewelry

berryman 390 May 09, 2017 10:13PM

White's has been using the 6.59 kHz detectors for decades until recentlywinking smiley

Hombre 265 May 10, 2017 08:17AM

Re: White's has been using the 6.59 kHz detectors for decades until recentlywinking smiley

Pablo61 210 May 10, 2017 09:22PM

Yes, I believe many detectors in the 10 to 15 kilohertz range can make very good general-purpose detectors.

Monte 242 May 10, 2017 06:33AM



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