Comparison: Makro Multi Kruzer vs Minelab Equinox 800. Ground test

Here’s a comparison: Makro Multi Kruzer vs Minelab Equinox 800. Which machine sees deeper and doesn’t read non-ferrous objects as ferrous ones? Is it the Makro Multi Kruzer? Or maybe the Minelab Equinox 800? Or it makes no sense to draw a comparison when there is the great and mighty XP Deus nearby? Let’s see an interesting ground test!

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9 Responses to Comparison: Makro Multi Kruzer vs Minelab Equinox 800. Ground test

  • The second test show that the kruzer is better at handling emi :-)

    • Kukuruzer is single-frequency (narrow band width) device so
      it is less sensitive to EMI. Equinox is multy-frequency (broad
      band width) device so it is more sensitive to EMI.
      Both detectors have frequency-shift (frequency adjust) to fight EMI.

      • im sure there is little bit more to it than only being the fact the equinox is simultaneous multi fréq .
        We will see how nokta/makro tmanage when they will try to imititate the bbs .

      • Nokta/Makro will not even try to “imitate” BBS/FBS they are
        basically single-frequency detectors. The First Texas didn’t give
        them the Fisher CZ multy-frequency technology so Kukuruzer
        series of metall detectors will meet serious problems.

  • Thanks for visiting, Heather. Hugs to you!!

  • I tested the nox indoors, same field 2 program and on multi frequency it was fairly noisy, as I increased the single frequency the noise decreased until at 15khz it disappeared altogether (at 18 sensitivity with 11″ coil). I then increased the sensitivity to 22, where it just barely started to make the slightest soft chirp occasionally, I would definitely hunt at that, or at 23, but I stayed at 22 for the air test.. A Merc dime gave a diggable accurate signal to just about 10″. Very definite no doubt at 9 1/2″.

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