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Interfacion Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that the QED PI Detector has been modified to allow the use of DD (double D) coils. This change involves a simple change to the electronics within the control box.
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« Reply #140 on: Thursday August 15 2019 00:28:08 AEST AM »

Yes Goldman you are right in regards to the Detech Australa releasing video tests and I am reluctant to keep this discussion going which can appear as to pit one brand against another.

I have viewed all of those Detech test videos that you have mentioned including many more at that Maryborough Test Pad with different detectors and coil combinations. However the key words for me is actual measurements being taken which the Nexus video coil tests display, so for me, that is the important visual evidence.  

Even measuring the actual distance that the coil can be raised off the ground still for a response above where a test target is buried, which I have yet to see done at that Test Pad, with the exception of the tester maybe having a guess.

Also Nexus decided to use an Australian 50c coin as a test target that can be universally obtained for those inclined to use it here and test with whatever detector and coil to compare against the result from the Nexus CC coils. I know I have.

Goldman apart from me having continued to open up discussion in regards to the Nexus coils, I must say you are doing a sterling job in regards to information for the QED.
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« Reply #141 on: Saturday August 24 2019 23:41:33 AEST PM »

  
  

 I will also build a 20"DD again to see how the discrimination will work and if there will be any difference between DD and CC discrimination with the GPX.


I wonder since NF is to release a 25"DD then to what depths it may discriminate too on a GPX.  

Also how the 25"DD would stack up against the 30"CC to cope with Oz ground in the deepest Soil / Timing and for an outright in-ground depth test comparison.

Gary.

Gary.

This NF 25 DDX coil has proven to be a very good coil in WA,  the fortunate prospector was very well rewarded with specimen gold dug up at considerable depth, melted down to 9.5 kg of pure gold.
That's $665,000 @ $70 per gram.
I guess you can say Nugget Finder have produced the goods.

Meanwhile..............

Since February - March this nexus 30" cc coil has been doing videos after videos after videos of air tests, but still hasn't found any gold.







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« Reply #142 on: Sunday August 25 2019 14:00:30 AEST PM »

Well there you go sd220d Digger so do you have a link for further info or if a video was taken of the event, although I would say not and let the cat out of the bag on its location.

Yes yet to see any evidence of either the 30"CC or its smaller brother the 21"CC detecting over Oz ground and gold found at depths beyond what coil sizes that are currently available such as 19", 20",22" and 25", couldn't reach.

Gary.
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« Reply #143 on: Sunday August 25 2019 18:27:54 AEST PM »

  
Well there you go sd220d Digger so do you have a link for further info or if a video was taken of the event, although I would say not and let the cat out of the bag on its location.

Yes yet to see any evidence of either the 30"CC or its smaller brother the 21"CC detecting over Oz ground and gold found at depths beyond what coil sizes that are currently available such as 19", 20",22" and 25", couldn't reach.

Gary.

As we all know, prospecting for gold has always had some truth in it and not the whole truth otherwise, like you say,  there'd be a gold rush to the location.
The good thing about it is,  that the gold is real and air tests are full of hot air and lots of noise.
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« Reply #144 on: Sunday August 25 2019 20:11:53 AEST PM »

  

 air tests are full of hot air and lots of noise.


Well it won't stop me doing my analization by using air testing.

Gary.
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« Reply #145 on: Sunday August 25 2019 22:16:06 AEST PM »

  
  

 air tests are full of hot air and lots of noise.


Well it won't stop me doing my analization by using air testing.

Gary.

It was in regards to nexus.

Yes, air tests have thier place.
I do an air test once in a while just to confirm that the coil and detector are working. I use the smallest piece of gold for this.
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