Deteknix wireless headphones. What’s the difference

There are 12 options of wireless headphones made by Deteknix. All models are different, there are even ones for the XP Deus. And it’s expected there will be even more of them (e.g., for underwater use). How to differentiate between these headphones when making an order? It’s easy enough – look at the marking.

Deteknix wireless headphones. What's the difference

PRO or LITE

The ‘PRO’ and ‘Lite’ letters in the Deteknix marking mean the type of headphones. ‘PRO’ stands for the large ones, whereas ‘Lite’ stands for the small headphones – e.g., Deteknix W3-Lite or Deteknix W3-PRO.

Note that Deteknix’ previous wireless headphones were marked with ‘H3’ (small ones) and ‘H6’ (large ones) – for instance, Deteknix Wire-Free WA H3 or Deteknix Wire-Free WA H6. The kits with such marking can still be found for sale.

The letter W

The letter W means that the Deteknix headphone kit includes a transmitter (a wireless one that can be plugged into any metal detector). Such kit model starts with the letter W – e.g., Deteknix W3-Lite or Deteknix WAR.

The digit or letter placed after ‘W’

For the time being there are 3 variations: the digit 3, digit 6, and letter A. If the transmitter mark (letter W) is followed by a digit, it means a usual male plug. The digit 3 stands for thickness of the plug 3.5 mm, the digit 6 stands for a 6.3 mm jack – for instance, the Deteknix W3-Lite or Deteknix W6-PRO.

The letter A in the Deteknix marking means a non-standard jack for the Garrett AT PRO and Garrett AT Gold machines – e.g., Deteknix WA-PRO or Deteknix WAR. There is no need to question whether the jack is waterproof – the transmitter itself cannot withstand submersion, therefore can’t be immersed in water.

Note that most metal detectors have a 6.3 mm headphone socket. Of course, you can use the adapters but if it’s possible to buy the proper size at once – it will be better.

The letter R

The letter R in the Deteknix marking means that the Deteknix headphone kit includes a receiver to connect usual wired headphones – e.g., Deteknix W6R or Deteknix WAR.

There is no additional marking of how thick the receiver socket is (at least I haven’t come across this one). For the time being, the Deteknix receivers come with a 6.3 mm socket. Maybe in the future there will appear the ones with a 3.5 mm socket. Chances are these will be marked in a similar way to the transmitters (sort of R3 and R6).

The catalogue of Deteknix headphones:

Deteknix wireless headphones. What's the difference

  • Deteknix W3-Lite — transmitter with a 3.5 mm jack & lightweight wireless headphones.
  • Deteknix W3-PRO — transmitter with a 3.5 mm jack & large wireless headphones.
  • Deteknix W6-Lite — transmitter with a 6.3 mm jack & lightweight wireless headphones.
  • Deteknix W6-PRO — transmitter with a 6.3 mm jack & large wireless headphones.
  • Deteknix WA-Lite — transmitter with a jack for Garrett AT PRO / Garrett AT Gold & lightweight wireless headphones.
  • Deteknix WA-PRO — transmitter with a jack for Garrett AT PRO / Garrett AT Gold & large wireless headphones.
  • Deteknix W3R — transmitter + receiver kit. Transmitter with a 3.5 mm jack. Receiver with a 6.3 socket.
  • Deteknix W6R — transmitter + receiver kit. Transmitter with a 6.3 mm jack. Receiver with a 6.3 socket.
  • Deteknix WАR — transmitter + receiver kit. Transmitter with a jack for Garrett AT PRO / Garrett AT Gold. Receiver with a 6.3 socket.
  • Deteknix HD-PRO — large headphones designed for use with the XP Deus WS4 control pod. More about Deteknix headphones for the XP Deus can be found here (there are also videos to be seen).

All content related to metal detector headphones is collected here. Let me remind you: this year Garrett and Minelab have released their wireless headphone kits, too.

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