northwest PI was suppose to be deeper in Oz than IB, but is it?
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« Reply #20 on: Monday April 15 2019 05:59:49 AEST AM »

  
hi ..that explains the side sensativity, but it still should have been picked up by top of the coil at this distance you would think. the comment about go and see matt about the coil, well hes proven to be a nutter so you would take his comments with a grain of salt anyway. this should have been sent to reg wilson to test not this guy matt that has a bad rep. i think your hurting your own sales, reg would have been the first person i would have approached. good luck anyway.

Who is Matt and what is Matt is irrelevant. The question is, is there any consistency between my test results in Bulgaria and Matt video in Australia? I think the answer is self evident.



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« Reply #21 on: Monday April 15 2019 10:10:27 AEST AM »

I will stand by my comment that "the Detector needs to be capable of operating over the surrounding mineralised ground for a proper test without ground noise responses as a target at depth needs to be heard without feedback from the ground."

So I am yet to see a video of a GPX operating outside their quietest timings such as Smooth, Enhance & Fine Gold over a larger area of highly mineralised ground other than at a test bed site.

Therefore if someone has a link to such a video of the GPX set in one of its deepest timings such as Normal or Sharp operating smooth enough with either a DD or Concentric coil over an area of high mineralised goldfield ground, I would like to watch.

Although I would expect a type of DD or Concentric may be capable of doing that.

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« Reply #22 on: Monday April 15 2019 16:27:14 AEST PM »

  
I will stand by my comment that "the Detector needs to be capable of operating over the surrounding mineralised ground for a proper test without ground noise responses as a target at depth needs to be heard without feedback from the ground."

So I am yet to see a video of a GPX operating outside their quietest timings such as Smooth, Enhance & Fine Gold over a larger area of highly mineralised ground other than at a test bed site.

Therefore if someone has a link to such a video of the GPX set in one of its deepest timings such as Normal or Sharp operating smooth enough with either a DD or Concentric coil over an area of high mineralised goldfield ground, I would like to watch.

Although I would expect a type of DD or Concentric may be capable of doing that.

Gary.

The coil is in Ballarat. Go and test it your self. I'll put you in prior contact with Matt if you like.
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« Reply #23 on: Monday April 15 2019 16:35:40 AEST PM »

  
  
I will stand by my comment that "the Detector needs to be capable of operating over the surrounding mineralised ground for a proper test without ground noise responses as a target at depth needs to be heard without feedback from the ground."

So I am yet to see a video of a GPX operating outside their quietest timings such as Smooth, Enhance & Fine Gold over a larger area of highly mineralised ground other than at a test bed site.

Therefore if someone has a link to such a video of the GPX set in one of its deepest timings such as Normal or Sharp operating smooth enough with either a DD or Concentric coil over an area of high mineralised goldfield ground, I would like to watch.

Although I would expect a type of DD or Concentric may be capable of doing that.

Gary.

The coil is in Ballarat. Go and test it your self. I'll put you in prior contact with Matt if you like.


May i suggest that you give the coil to Reg Wilson to test.
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« Reply #24 on: Monday April 15 2019 18:42:20 AEST PM »

  
  
  
I will stand by my comment that "the Detector needs to be capable of operating over the surrounding mineralised ground for a proper test without ground noise responses as a target at depth needs to be heard without feedback from the ground."

So I am yet to see a video of a GPX operating outside their quietest timings such as Smooth, Enhance & Fine Gold over a larger area of highly mineralised ground other than at a test bed site.

Therefore if someone has a link to such a video of the GPX set in one of its deepest timings such as Normal or Sharp operating smooth enough with either a DD or Concentric coil over an area of high mineralised goldfield ground, I would like to watch.

Although I would expect a type of DD or Concentric may be capable of doing that.

Gary.

The coil is in Ballarat. Go and test it your self. I'll put you in prior contact with Matt if you like.


May i suggest that you give the coil to Reg Wilson to test.
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I did open the door for Reg Wilson, but he answered nothing to my last comment pointed to him.
I am curious of what this prototype will do on the QED.
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« Reply #25 on: Monday April 15 2019 19:24:19 AEST PM »

Dontbstme: Reg is in Vietnam for two weeks. I'm sure he would be keen to test the coil when he gets back.

There are few people in Australia better qualified to test detecting equipment than Reg Wilson

PS: Not impressed with current tester at all - - -
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« Reply #26 on: Monday April 15 2019 19:50:01 AEST PM »

  


PS: Not impressed with current tester at all - - -
Well the current tester is not for sale. The coil will be. If the results in my videos are very similar to the results of Matt's video what does it matter who is testing.
The coil is either getting the big stuff deep or is not. The actors are irrelevant.

I consistently invited everyone to test the coil for them selves, but the consistent answer is send it to Reg. Are you not capable to think for your self and test stuff by your self that Reg has to do it all for you?
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« Reply #27 on: Monday April 15 2019 20:32:18 AEST PM »

"I consistently invited everyone to test the coil for them selves, but the consistent answer is send it to Reg. Are you not capable to think for your self and test stuff by your self that Reg has to do it all for you?"

If I was in Victoria I would be happy to oblige - but I live in New South Wales.

"Well the current tester is not for sale. The coil will be. If the results in my videos are very similar to the results of Matt's video what does it matter who is testing?
The coil is either getting the big stuff deep or is not. The actors are irrelevant"

The actors are extremely relevant - if you wish to demonstrate to potential buyers that your coils are thoroughly tuned to Australian goldfield conditions - and worth the money. Seriously, you need someone else to do the video testing.

I'm trying to be helpful - - -
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« Reply #28 on: Monday April 15 2019 21:12:15 AEST PM »

  

I'm trying to be helpful - - -

I appreciate that. Everything will happen in time.
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