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« on: Thursday October 21 2021 15:50:59 AEDT PM » Reply with quote

Wa trip 2021 detecting hot rocks
  
link-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWEEzhmax3w
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« Reply #1 on: Thursday October 21 2021 17:15:11 AEDT PM » Reply with quote

So Brian the QED now handles  WA ground ok?
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« Reply #2 on: Friday October 22 2021 22:51:18 AEDT PM » Reply with quote

From the other Goldman videos I've seen, and the hot settings I know Brian was running, The QED appeared to handle itself well. That said, I believe samples (hot rocks) were also brought back.
These were for testing, and to help incorporate with getting the best performance out of the QED in upcoming upgrades. smile
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« Reply #3 on: Monday October 25 2021 17:48:20 AEDT PM » Reply with quote

Yep, the QED handled the ground pretty well. Hot rocks were a problem in certain areas and I had to lower settings to manage them out. Some of my videos relate directly to this.

I did bring hot rocks back, which Howard had been using to work out how to make the QED handle them better. All going well with testing this should be available in the next major upgrade

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« Reply #4 on: Tuesday October 26 2021 09:50:14 AEDT AM » Reply with quote

I have several videos from my WA 2021 trip, plus many QED training videos at my YouTube Channel "Goldman QED"
  

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« Reply #5 on: Tuesday October 26 2021 09:53:45 AEDT AM » Reply with quote

Just as an example, I was able to use THS-A = 90; Gain at Max (64), 1 under NULL most of the time. I had to reduce to about A=50, NULL and Gain about midway (30-45) to reduce the hotrocks.

These settings were with all the coils I used:
11" elite
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17*11 Advantage
Sadie
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19" EVO

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