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

May 10, 2017 02:17PM
I still use my old outdated 5900 CB, 6000 Pro XL and IDX Pro and they still do a great job finding gold and silver. The most important thing to remember is Location because if the treasure you seek is not in the ground, you ain't going to find it.

White's: MX5 (stock coil and 5.3) IDX Pro Mr. Bill modified, 4 tone modified 6000 Pro XL, 5900 CB, coils: 350 BlueMax, 5.3 BullsEye, 5½" HotHead Ferrett, ProScan 800, Royal 800, lots of 950's

Tesoro: Inca, Toltec 100, Toltec ll, Bandido, Bandido ll, Pantera, Amigo ll, Tiger Shark, Deleon, Shadow X2, and Outlaw, coils: 4", 6", 7", S7, 8" 8X9, 9" S9, 12X10 DD
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Optimum Frequency for Coins and Jewelry

berryman 175 May 10, 2017 04:13AM

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

Hombre 130 May 10, 2017 02:17PM

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

Pablo61 106 May 11, 2017 03:22AM

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

Monte 126 May 10, 2017 12:33PM



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