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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

Opening the XP 22.5 HF Ellipse coil (Minelab lost the patent race?)

Here’s a pictorial review of disassembling the new XP 22.5 HF Ellipse coil, white in color. That has turned out to be very interesting: unexpectedly, the things inside are a far cry from what they were thought to be. Did Minelab lose the patent race to XP? So, the Australian manufacturer is already working for the French one? Continue reading

XP Deus doesn’t see the coil. Are XP scared of fakes?

What to do if the XP Deus or 4.1 wireless headphones don’t talk to the v5 coils? If, for instance, the XP Deus can’t find the X35 coil? Here’s some useful information to all XP Deus owners. There is a solution! It seems like the French manufacturer have become seriously scared… Of the fact that somebody is launching the production of aftermarket coils in a moment? At least, there isn’t any other explanation to this so far. If it’s true, it only remains for us to rejoice at XP Deus owners’ future. Continue reading

XP ORX: key features. Not suitable for everyone

XP is ready to launch its new XP ORX metal detector. According to the French manufacturer, despite the similar external appearance of the XP Deus and XP ORX units, these are completely, 100% different machines. They claim the XP ORX is a new conception inspired by the XP Deus. A perfect way of presentation, but the manufacturer is cunning a bit. Continue reading

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