Opening the XP WSA wireless headphones (for XP ORX)

Why did French manufacturer XP register the trademark XP WSA® for its new headphones? While it’s a mere headset, wireless though and/or using a new technology, as the manufacturer himself states. So let’s take a look at what’s inside the ones XP is taking care of too much. Here’s a pictorial review of disassembling the XP WSA wireless headphones for the XP ORX machine. I don’t think XP will be pleased to see such pictures but maybe they will come in useful for someone who’ll decide to repair his headset himself. By the way, this is the first time I see the white circuit boards that are used by the md manufacturer. Continue reading

Nokta Anfibio Multi Teardown. Let’s compare its circuit board with that of Makro Kruzer?

It finally happened. Now everyone interested can get an answer to the question: what’s the difference between the Nokta Anfibio Multi and Makro Multi Kruzer in terms of electronics? The intrigue of the year)) So here’s a pictorial review of the Nokta Anfibio Multi teardown. Well, that’s very interesting. But what did you expect to see inside? Continue reading

Opening the Deteknix WF PRO (wireless headphones)

Here’s a pictorial review of the Deteknix WF PRO module teardown: configuration, how to open the module, what’s inside, the circuit board, processor type. Hopefully you’d better not need it. But if you do, you can always find the necessary info here, in the blog. Wishing all of you happy hunting without breakage! Continue reading

To all Garrett AT MAX, AT PRO, AT GOLD owners (+ ACE ones)

It’s an open secret that the Garrett AT MAX housing is an absolutely exact copy of the Garrett AT PRO and Garrett AT Gold. So it means that problems with mounting the detector control box on its shaft have moved to the new machine as well. Here’s a simple solution for how to prevent a situation when the plastic housing may crack and fall off the shaft. This problem also often occurs to all Garrett ACE owners, including those who have new modifications. Keep in mind this option, maybe it will come in useful with other machines too (not only made by Garrett). Continue reading