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Critical Acclaim

Post  Dig24crt on Thu Mar 24, 2011 10:12 am

Hi All
Had a word with a old friend that I hadnt spoke to for a while.She told me that she and her hubby had last season got a 50% share of close to a 100 ounce patch in the Pilbara.I said fantastic,what machine where you using.She said a Gpx4500.I asked her what are they like.Her reply stunned me "Bloody brilliant but absolute crap when its cloudy"
Thats critical acclaim,Should be more of it
Cheers dig
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Post  Nightjar on Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:32 am

Hi Dig,
I think if you had questioned her further there is a difference between cloudy and thunderstorm clouds.
My guess is it would be electrical interference they encountered.

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Peter
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Post  the speciman on Fri Jun 03, 2011 12:25 pm

GDAY DIG
knightjar is on the money emi with thunder storms plays hell with my 45
but it great any other time in mineralized pilbarra
good scratchin
cheers the speciman

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Post  Dig24crt on Tue Jun 07, 2011 10:48 am

Hi Peter and Specy
Havent been able to get back to them.She used to run a minelab Dealership from Laverton Vanpark.5 foot tall and could run an 18 mono without a bungee all day (tough as nails).My guess is she would have been running a large mono.
I suppose the thing is do we have a guide on EMI with the latter machines.Has running higher frequencies made them more prone and if so is it something they should address.It would be good to get a clear picture of this.
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