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« on: Tuesday May 10 2022 16:43:00 AEST PM »

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I might be wrong but the 6000 seems to be struggling to find all the targets? The QED  of course can easily find them all! happy face
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« Reply #1 on: Thursday May 12 2022 10:09:34 AEST AM »

  

Notice also the difference in EMI between detectors.

P.S. The QED is a bit over a quarter the price of the GPX6000 and has 2 years more warranty.
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« Reply #2 on: Thursday May 12 2022 17:25:20 AEST PM »

  
  

Notice also the difference in EMI between detectors.

P.S. The QED is a bit over a quarter the price of the GPX6000 and has 2 years more warranty.

I see Reg is  up to his old tricks of telling lies yet again!!! Inside info from his arse!!! Looks like Regs' bout of covid has  exacerbated his neurological problems!
When you pay $8k for the 6000 you don't expect their to be so many faulty ones! Might explain why the ML share price has crashed!(down again today)
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« Reply #3 on: Thursday May 12 2022 17:54:28 AEST PM »

The GPX 6000 should be called the pellet detector or the bird shot 6000   because  for some folk that's all they are finding!! Pity lead is not more valuable!!!
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« Reply #4 on: Thursday May 12 2022 20:37:45 AEST PM »

  
P.S. The QED is a bit over a quarter the price of the GPX6000 and has 2 years more warranty.

Geez i wish some people could read.Poor  old  "litmus" on finders thinks that the QED warranty is only 2 years.Its actually 5 years  litmus!
Of course  Beatty bobs  up with a picture of some 1/2 kilo of gold from their latest efforts on  virgin private property. A good proportion  of this could i have no doubt been found with a QED  including  some of the deep stuff if a big mono was used as their earlier efforts  with the QED on private property clearly show. And the QED is made in Oz not in a Malaysia!
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« Reply #5 on: Thursday May 12 2022 21:52:23 AEST PM »

  
  
P.S. The QED is a bit over a quarter the price of the GPX6000 and has 2 years more warranty.

Geez i wish some people could read.Poor  old  "litmus" on finders thinks that the QED warranty is only 2 years.Its actually 5 years  litmus!
Of course  Beatty bobs  up with a picture of some 1/2 kilo of gold from their latest efforts on  virgin private property. A good proportion  of this could i have no doubt been found with a QED  including  some of the deep stuff if a big mono was used as their earlier efforts  with the QED on private property clearly show. And the QED is made in Oz not in a Malaysia!
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 Of course beatty claims the QED would  not find  any of the 1/2 kilo of deep gold. Now without doing a side by side comparison we simply don't know.  The QED with a 24" mono and run in high bias will i am sure detect some deep  gold.Detection depth depends on many factors but for large deep  objects coil diameter is one of the most crucial as is S/N and the 6000 certainly aint the best in that regard!
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Ps Bugs you should make a video of the QED with the latest GB run over your test patch with the beggary hill dirt and now that horrible WA dirt beside it  and then compare that with the 6000 or 7000 swept over this dirt. I think it would be a real eye opener!
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« Reply #6 on: Friday May 13 2022 06:47:11 AEST AM »

Typical Beatty.
He will do anything to stay in Reg LIAR Wilson's "good books" to maintain his annual junket of staying at Reg LIAR Wilson's place and getting to detect on Private Property.
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« Reply #7 on: Friday May 13 2022 09:58:39 AEST AM »

 Reg just cannot  accept the fact that he was sacked as  QED dealer and continues his lies and diatribe.It reveals for all to see the real Reg's dark side and why his sacking was  justified! No wonder he is known now as the nasty narcissist! Get over  it Reg! Despite the nasty narcissists  best efforts the QED is not dead  and in fact the FB QED group continues to grow!
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« Reply #8 on: Friday May 13 2022 10:14:10 AEST AM »

JR Beatty should be utterly ashamed of his support of Reg LIAR Wilson that are in his own selfish best interests without any consideration whatsoever for what is in his fellow prospectors best interests.
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« Reply #9 on: Friday May 13 2022 12:07:47 AEST PM »

  
JR Beatty should be utterly ashamed of his support of Reg LIAR Wilson that are in his own selfish best interests without any consideration whatsoever for what is in his fellow prospectors best interests.

Just be glad you are rid of the nasty narcissist! With his personality disorders  it was only a matter of time before you were going to run into problems with him!
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« Reply #10 on: Friday May 13 2022 12:13:56 AEST PM »

Beatty  ":All gold well below plough depth so cultivation made no difference."
Total  EM nonsense! When you disturb the ground you change its  EM properties!
Also I don't believe Beatty BS meter when he says the ground had been thrashed with previous detectors!
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« Reply #11 on: Wednesday May 18 2022 23:43:30 AEST PM »

  I see that  Reg is continuing his lies and anti  QED diatribe on finders. The nasty narcissists   personality  disorder  once again is laid bare for all to see and his pathological desire  to avenge  his justifiable sacking   continues.Get over it  Reg!
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« Reply #12 on: Thursday May 19 2022 07:43:49 AEST AM »

  

GPX6000 coiltek test site
I might be wrong but the 6000 seems to be struggling to find all the targets? The QED  of course can easily find them all! happy face
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Doug from my observation of that GPX6000 test video at the Coiltek site is the operator first test was using the “Difficult Ground Type” mode setting with the Sensitive / Gain set at its lowest Manual (1) setting and the lowest Volume level setting at one (1) bar.

The 6000 then appeared to struggle to get a clear response on the 2 deepest test targets.

The operator then changed the Sensitive/Gain setting to Auto + with Threshold Off for NO response on the largest & deepest target off on the left.

Moving over to the 2oz at 20 inches, using the same setting, his first swing produced NO response then as the coil touched the ground it appears to me the “Geo -Sense” may have created some type of interference or instability for the operator to then press the “Noise Cancel” button. The detector still failed to produce a response until the operator pressed the button for the Threshold On and was able to then get a response on the 2oz target as interference started to creep in, then fading as he produced a response on the other three targets.

The operator then returned the detector to its lowest Manual one (1) Sensitive/Gain setting to repeat a response on the same three targets and again NO response on the 2oz at 20 inches.

To be fair I wonder if another GPX6000 operator may have got a different result to all targets?
 
Regarding the QED -test video the QED’s settings printed on the video had its THS-A up at its highest setting as was its Gain setting which I expect does increase its response to targets. Also, the printed message at the beginning of the video, it highlights by saying a lack of interference during the test and a lack of a loud Threshold.
 
By the way this Reg fellow appears to be highlighting the fact that only a member such as myself has decided to make a posting here for some time, which is true for me as I think my last time was over 12 months ago.  

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« Reply #13 on: Thursday May 19 2022 11:50:46 AEST AM »

  
  

GPX6000 coiltek test site
I might be wrong but the 6000 seems to be struggling to find all the targets? The QED  of course can easily find them all! happy face
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Doug from my observation of that GPX6000 test video at the Coiltek site is the operator first test was using the “Difficult Ground Type” mode setting with the Sensitive / Gain set at its lowest Manual (1) setting and the lowest Volume level setting at one (1) bar.

The 6000 then appeared to struggle to get a clear response on the 2 deepest test targets.

The operator then changed the Sensitive/Gain setting to Auto + with Threshold Off for NO response on the largest & deepest target off on the left.

Moving over to the 2oz at 20 inches, using the same setting, his first swing produced NO response then as the coil touched the ground it appears to me the “Geo -Sense” may have created some type of interference or instability for the operator to then press the “Noise Cancel” button. The detector still failed to produce a response until the operator pressed the button for the Threshold On and was able to then get a response on the 2oz target as interference started to creep in, then fading as he produced a response on the other three targets.

The operator then returned the detector to its lowest Manual one (1) Sensitive/Gain setting to repeat a response on the same three targets and again NO response on the 2oz at 20 inches.

To be fair I wonder if another GPX6000 operator may have got a different result to all targets?
 
Regarding the QED -test video the QED’s settings printed on the video had its THS-A up at its highest setting as was its Gain setting which I expect does increase its response to targets. Also, the printed message at the beginning of the video, it highlights by saying a lack of interference during the test and a lack of a loud Threshold.
 
By the way this Reg fellow appears to be highlighting the fact that only a member such as myself has decided to make a posting here for some time, which is true for me as I think my last time was over 12 months ago.  



If the 6000  was run at max sensitivity then the EM noise and ground noise would be overwhelming! You would end up with a sore finger from pressing the noise cancel so often! Its also worth noting that ML have a problem with some faulty 6000 coils.So perhaps this was a 6000 with a faulty coil?
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« Reply #14 on: Thursday May 19 2022 20:24:53 AEST PM »

  

If the 6000  was run at max sensitivity then the EM noise and ground noise would be overwhelming! :
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Doug, just to clarify as the "Auto+" that operator tested in the video was at a "max sensitivity" setting.
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« Reply #15 on: Friday May 20 2022 11:17:30 AEST AM »

  
  

If the 6000  was run at max sensitivity then the EM noise and ground noise would be overwhelming! :
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Doug, just to clarify as the "Auto+" that operator tested in the video was at a "max sensitivity" setting.

Thanks! happy face  Still no explanation as to why it performed so poorly.
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