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  1. #16
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    TDI BH is an excellent detector to use the things I've found with mine will not be found with any other PI detector available and in use now, or what might be in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivanll View Post
    TDI BH is an excellent detector to use the things I've found with mine will not be found with any other PI detector available and in use now, or what might be in the future.
    Do you hunt in the water or a dry/wetsand hunter? I've heard it's noisy in/under the water.

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    I wonder how noisy?.. not good to hear considering Iím looking to purchase one maybe in the spring. I really want a deep seeker in my arsenal when conditions are right. Some days when you go out with just a VLF and you get hardly any signals, thatís when I wish I had a deeper machine. I bought the Nel attack coil for my AT pro but I donít see much change in depth. It air tests almost the same depth as my 5/8 coil.

  4. #19
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    PI detectors make all sorts of weird noises you’re not used to If you are using a VLF

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    ...I figured that. Iíve listened to the TDI in videos and it seems to sing once in a while as youíre hunting. Kinda like the GPX how it makes its wows and wooos

  6. #21
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    Take a look @ the Tarsacci MDT 8000
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  7. #22
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    Apparently Dimitar Garlov’s work. Going to be sold on a web forum - unclear where it is actually made. But Dimitar is originally from Bulgaria and it looks a lot like other current East European products. The only person who has publically posted about its performance has said that it is somewhat deeper on coins and rings than an Excalibur or CZ. While that’s good, ∆somewhat deeper than an Excal” is not nearly as deep in salt sand as a TDI with GB off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OBN View Post
    Do you hunt in the water or a dry/wetsand hunter? I've heard it's noisy in/under the water.
    Dry/wet sand and water hunting, but mostly wet sand at low tide as there is plenty of area to search.
    Pulse delay settings for above or below water is different.
    No GC on when beach hunting on our beaches, GC is used when Gold prospecting on our Gold fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treasure_Hunter View Post
    Over 5 pounds and a battery life of 6 hours according to Whites website. For me it sounds like just another pulse detector. I'm waiting for a pulse machine with the true discrimination of VLF, it has to be able to discriminate out iron.

    Me too, my sand shark found me about two crab traps in mass last spring (in pieces)
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  11. #26
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    I use the BH chest mounted when beach hunting or when gold prospecting that reduces the weight that need to be in motion to around 1100 gram.

    Because we have both beaches and gold fields by eider going North or West then it's convenient to have a detector that can be used in both areas.

    However I do prefer beach hunting this time of the year (our hot season) as it is cooler and one can be home for dinned every evening after a days hunt.

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  12. #27
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    I’ll just stick with my Dual Fields. So much better than any old school PI. Let’s you know rust, rusty iron that has been buried a long time, and coins and rings and beer can tabs. So much better than old school PIs like Garrett sea hunters and Pulse 8X and Aqua Pulse. I would like to compare the Dual Field and the TDI sometime though. Also I would like to see the Fisher PI. I couldn’t find out anything about it. Anybody know about it?

 

 
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