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  1. Free video game Version 1.1 released!

    Could it have evolved into this? Metal Detector Game
  2. NiMH Batteries

    If it's using one battery for function and the other for audio (Like the Whites line that use x2 9v), that would explain the imbalance. They do this to keep the voltage supply to the circuitry stable through audio demands. So they separate the supply lines between two voltage sources. They're...
  3. Headphone questions...

    Absolutely nothing, and don't let anybody tell you otherwise. Don't let marketing hype drive you to the line of thinking that Neo is better. Neo is stronger and thus size of the motor can be reduced. It makes sense when weighed into certain design considerations and goals. But I hear ya on...
  4. NiMH Batteries

    They'll work in most things just fine but i've found low battery warnings all too soon on detectors. No Li-xx 9v will ever be 9v. They're two 3.7v cells in series which at peak charge voltage will rest at 8.4v. Perhaps you're not getting the warnings because you charge them nightly. Have you...
  5. Lets See Your Tesoro Metal Detectors - Post With Pride!

    My Modified Tesoro DeLeon w/RSD coil. Mod list: Switched backlight. Manual ground balance. (AM) Pinpoint thumb switch. Built in charge port. Haven't had it out yet with the new RSD coil. It's cleaned and awaiting this new season.
  6. USA vs UK Tesoros ?

    Laser branded machines I presume? Aside from appearance the only difference there may be is preset ground balancing on devices that use it.
  7. Pyle brand detectors???

    Either Eminence or Credence OEM'd Pyles loudspeakers back in the day but they were designed to Pyles in house engineer specs. Harman Intl did their amplifiers of the same period. As time progressed the company was turned over and absorbed by Pyramids umbrella and in flew the Asian OEM'd...
  8. NiMH Batteries

    I know this is older but it's my domain so i'll add. It is likely these devices are suggesting alkaline because the voltages are higher than most replacement renewable chemistries. An alkaline AA is nominally 1.5v. A NiMh AA is 1.2v. As stated by another user these devices have built in...
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