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Post  forky on Wed Sep 07, 2016 3:25 pm

Should I auto tune or manual tune and when I tune where should I face coil
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Post  Old Hand on Wed Sep 07, 2016 3:33 pm

I only tune mine when it gets a bit off emi and then manual tune and put the coil on the ground ,how did you go with the other coil noises you were having, if you have not solved it can you post a video on what the detector is doing regards john Very Happy
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Post  forky on Wed Sep 07, 2016 3:41 pm

Old Hand wrote:I only tune mine when it gets a bit off emi and then manual tune and put the coil on the ground ,how did you go  with the other coil noises you were having, if you have not solved it can you post a video on what the detector is doing regards john Very Happy

Hi John I haven't had a chance to play around with any other settings , will try this weekend
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Post  Old Hand on Wed Sep 07, 2016 4:34 pm

Yes OK fingers crossed all will be good ,how long have you been detecting regards john Very Happy
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Post  forky on Wed Sep 07, 2016 5:14 pm

Old Hand wrote:Yes OK fingers crossed all will be good ,how long have you been detecting regards john Very Happy
John have been detecting for about 2 years started with a sdc 2300 then a 7000 , the wife has claimed the 7000 so I brought a 4500 about 6 months ago. I am still trying to master the 4500 I have heard only good things about it. How about you John how long you been at it.
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Post  Old Hand on Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:19 am

forky was it a new 4500 ,once you master it you will like what it can do.I have been detecting for 36 years thanks regards john Very Happy
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Post  forky on Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:40 am

John if you are ever in WA give me a shout , I have got a couple of leases you might like to try your luck on
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Post  Old Hand on Thu Sep 08, 2016 2:11 pm

Forky will do thanks for the offer regards john Very Happy
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Post  California on Fri Sep 09, 2016 11:28 pm

When I tune my 4500 I always set the gain at max  15, I set the motion to  very fast, stabilizer at 20 which is max . Than I auto tune it, after the three beeps I ground balance in those settings. I go back to motion and take it down to very slow, gain at 13, and last is the stabilizer, for my grounds I set it at 8. than I ground balance until I get a smooth threshold.  Your gain and stabilizer should be set for your ground conditions....don't be afraid to set the stabilizer and gain much lower, according to your ground conditions. I like to hunt with a smooth threshold, and go very slow and low.
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Post  forky on Sat Sep 10, 2016 3:17 pm

California wrote:When I tune my 4500 I always set the gain at max  15, I set the motion to  very fast, stabilizer at 20 which is max . Than I auto tune it, after the three beeps I ground balance in those settings. I go back to motion and take it down to very slow, gain at 13, and last is the stabilizer, for my grounds I set it at 8. than I ground balance until I get a smooth threshold.  Your gain and stabilizer should be set for your ground conditions....don't be afraid to set the stabilizer and gain much lower, according to your ground conditions. I like to hunt with a smooth threshold, and go very slow and low.
Thanks California I will give that ago as well
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