Comparing the 15 kHz & 30 kHz on gold. Why is high frequency necessary?

The so called “not diggable” signal can be given by anything – by both a rusty nail and a gold coin, everything depends on your machine and your experience. Below is a case in point, let’s take a look at a comparative test between two metal detectors: the DeepTech Vista Smart Plus operating at 15 kHz vs the DeepTech Vista Gold Gain working on 30 kHz. The test is being conducted in highly mineralized soil. Test target: a gold coin. Here you will find the answer to the why-does-a-detector-need-a-high-frequency question. Notice how the unit running at 15 kHz is detecting the coin. How often do you hear such signals while hunting? It’s the real classic of not diggable audio response!

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4 Responses to Comparing the 15 kHz & 30 kHz on gold. Why is high frequency necessary?

  • Deep Tech Vista X Introduction Video by ziggyjinx on YouTube

  • Just watched your YouTube on this topic where the Garret Apex is concerned. True you cannot single select above 20khz on the Apex, but in MF (SMF), Garrett has indicated it goes beyond 20khz. So it is kind of the opposite of the Nox 600 and 800 in that respect.

  • L Apex e un buco nell’ acqua…nn vedete che nn c’è nulla a confronto di altri appena usciti?? E un MD problematico…poi basta guardarlo dentro x capire che meglio lasciar perdere

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