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    diver

    Jan 2013
    up state ny
    X-Call2,AT PRO
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    33 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    aqua pulse

    I bought a Aqua Pulse with a 8" coil I have 2 ex call's and a Fisher . Is there any learning curves to be aware of I only use for diving .

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    Charter Member
    au
    Mar 2010
    Perth
    Current detectors; Excalibur II > TDI BeachHunter > GPX4500
    136
    65 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Very simple unit to use....your initial REJECT setting (first click from off) is the most sensitive and should be your starting point. Adjust the SET AUDIO to about one click per second but don't worry if you can't get this exact. If you are in deeper water then the first REJECT setting might not be enough (the SET AUDIO might not come into range) and you will need to go to the second position. Remember, the REJECT is your pulse delay so advancing it will de-sensitize to smaller targets such as gold rings. Try to keep the REJECT in the first position as this should accommodate salt water depths for shallow scuba.
    Good luck,
    Tony
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    us
    diver

    Jan 2013
    up state ny
    X-Call2,AT PRO
    29
    33 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Thanks Tony I used it this weekend in about 20' of water with good viz. It had great depth I don't like the belt set up . Is the arm saver shaft a short dive set up or just for dry land ? I think my go to machine will the x-calls ( still be like to be able to discriminate ) but this will be great for locating large targets .

  4. #4
    Charter Member
    au
    Mar 2010
    Perth
    Current detectors; Excalibur II > TDI BeachHunter > GPX4500
    136
    65 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I use the Arm saver shaft (control unit is mounted under the elbow cup) and it is very well balanced.
    I don't like anything attached to my body when diving so shaft mounted is definitely for me.
    On land and shallow wading then no problems but at its shortest shaft length then you will have to see if the control box is detected.
    Tony

 

 

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