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« on: Thursday February 14 2019 16:11:33 AEDT PM »

 With the Thb set at  null and the QED  Gb what are users finding is the most common hot rock tone- rising/falling/ usually both?
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« Reply #1 on: Thursday February 14 2019 17:01:19 AEDT PM »

Hi Doug,
unfortunately hot rocks can be both. Hot rocks are just yet to be decomposed material, noting that the surrounding ground is really just fully decomposed hot rocks. So the rising or falling signal is relative to the GB set for the surrounding ground and should be able to be MGB out.
Something I am going to try out next week is to check whether I need to adjust the GB for the surrounding ground once MGB over a hot rock. In reality there should only be a few clicks in it, but I will report back with my findings after next weeks test.
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