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« on: Sunday December 23 2018 22:02:07 AEDT PM »

Will the Quest wire free wireless kit work  with the Qed ?
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« Reply #1 on: Monday December 24 2018 06:05:00 AEDT AM »

  
Will the Quest wire free wireless kit work  with the Qed ?

I am not familiar with the "Quest". The biggest problem with any "wire free" is audio lag and interference.

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« Reply #2 on: Monday December 24 2018 10:25:55 AEDT AM »

  
  
Will the Quest wire free wireless kit work  with the Qed ?

I am not familiar with the "Quest". The biggest problem with any "wire free" is audio lag and interference.



The specs claim .06 secs delay.
  
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« Reply #3 on: Monday December 24 2018 13:58:59 AEDT PM »

  
  
  
Will the Quest wire free wireless kit work  with the Qed ?

I am not familiar with the "Quest". The biggest problem with any "wire free" is audio lag and interference.



The specs claim .06 secs delay.
  
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The Sennheiser RS160  system has a slightly lower latency of 45 m secs.
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« Reply #4 on: Friday January 11 2019 13:27:29 AEDT PM »

I have been using the Garret Z Link and find it quite good with enough volume. Linked to this I've used the Bose noise cancelling ear buds. (expensive, but brilliant) These enable me to wear a wide brimmed hat during the warmer months. At other times I quite like the Bauhn (Aldi) noise cancelling headphones. Great value at only forty bucks.
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« Reply #5 on: Friday January 11 2019 13:40:24 AEDT PM »

  
I have been using the Garret Z Link and find it quite good with enough volume. Linked to this I've used the Bose noise cancelling ear buds. (expensive, but brilliant) These enable me to wear a wide brimmed hat during the warmer months. At other times I quite like the Bauhn (Aldi) noise cancelling headphones. Great value at only forty bucks.

What are the typical settings that you use with this setup?
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« Reply #6 on: Saturday January 19 2019 22:51:00 AEDT PM »

I had to scratch my head and think about settings Doug. It depends on what size coil I'm using for a start, and then there is the matter of soil type. A Granite bottom will require different settings from Ordovician, and ironstone dyke country may be very difficult and require even more conservative settings. If hunting mainly small gold it is advisable to run a few points below medium bias, while using a larger coil above medium.
I'm not too pedantic about running a real low mode, although it is probably the way to go for really small gold, preferring to run about 8 for a good stable threshold and maybe upping the gain a bit to compensate.
I like to run pitch very low as it gives a richer sound, and seems to suit my hearing.
THS-A setting will vary depending on what audio equipment used, but on some of the softer phones I may increase this by quite a bit over the factory 30.
The general rule is; 'different strokes for different folks'.
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« Reply #7 on: Wednesday January 23 2019 20:09:39 AEDT PM »

 Are their any new and cheaper Wireless  kits that will work with the QED?
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« Reply #8 on: Thursday January 24 2019 20:48:40 AEDT PM »

Deteknix Group own Quest??
I think the Quest Wifi units are much the same as the Deteknix units

My Deteknix work fine on the QED, but are affected by EMI before my QED is affected.

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« Reply #9 on: Monday February 18 2019 09:56:48 AEDT AM »

New Wireless kit.

Mars MD has rolled out a new product for 2019 – MDLink wireless headphone kit. Its distinctive feature is a 1ms delay, 4 channels, and… unlimited number of receivers.

More info can be found here.
  

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« Reply #10 on: Monday February 18 2019 20:12:03 AEDT PM »

My solution worth 34 euro - earphone inclusive (Bangood and Lidl action surplus sales).

My CZ3d already for a long time ask for wireless earphone solution.

Bangood action sale offered 25€ complet Transmitter and Receiver, intended to musicians for playing remote speakers/amplifiers. Litium chargeable battery inside both parts.  Fully charged RX and TX are capable for about 8 hours of work. Charging perform over splited USB cable. Extra short delay of about 12ms. HiFi 24bit/48kHz signal sampling. Reach of signal is about 30m.

Dinamic 60 Ohms (at least 60E dinamic impedance is recommended for prospecting headset) headsets are from Lidl action surplus sales for 8 euro only. No volume regulation (volume regulation is definitely desirable to avoid surgery).


All needed components:




Transmitter - TX, suit direct to CZ3d 6.3mm  phone jack (TX can be fixed to MD shaft too and connected to phone jack over prolonging adapter cable):




There are different ways for wiring parts together and connect all to Receiver part. Two of those are without "surgical" intervention.

First one using 3.5mm adapter:



Second is vice versa:





My decision was to adapt Headset to both: neck mount (full source volume) and to ear mount (damped source volume at fixed level) by insertin slide swich to headset cable.


Here some photo of this  surgery steps (used switching damping R at common headset line is of 3.3k):



After some epoxy fixation:




Finished wireless solution (after two additional layers of adhesive tape and epoxy around switch) connected to Receiver:




How this solution works? Perfectly. No delay, no inteferences and with high fidelity of genuine CZ3d sound.

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« Reply #11 on: Sunday February 24 2019 09:39:25 AEDT AM »

i just purchased these i found on ebay works on the2.4ghz system only $60 for the phones and receiver,willdoa video review once received.if they work a way cheaper option than others that have been discussed previously.  excited   


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