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Some software and hardware updates now available for the QED.More  QED firmware updates (inc Auto GB  option) just announced here. New  QED hardware updates/options and pictures will be posted  first here  as they become available.

Another satisfied QED user! QED user report for 9 days detecting! User loves it, found it easy to use,found gold with it and he prefers it to his 5000! Also a report on a QED used at the beach for coin shooting.QED users reporting in with their multi ounce gold finds with the QED!
From  another QED user today:"Been out and about today testing and comparing against other machines etc in ground that has been horrible in the past.Bround balancing Ive found very simple and easy.'m using the Nokia booster but need a little more sound/threshold.Otherwise no complaints from me, very impressed."
and :"My QED with the 8” commander on it, out performed my SDC Got bits that don't register on my scales SDC has since been sold"
"My QED is terrific. Lightweight, very sensitive and screams at me when it hits any target. The Detect shaft and the 11" ultra sensing coil is a top quality fitout. I attached an external speaker which added under 200gms of weight in total and still remains very well balanced so i never feel fatigued after many hours of swinging."

Stinky  Pete :http://www.detech-metaldetectorsaustralia.com.au/ is the  Australian distributor for the QED.
This is the only forum where you can talk directly with the designer/ manufacturer of the QED and  also some very experienced QED users.
Jrbeatty and Reg Wilson  and  Yellowfin  (or Doug here for that matter!)have NO vested  or pecuniary interests(or secret deals or cash for comment or any other undisclosed benefits )in the QED other than using it to find gold which it is doing very successfully! The ONLY people deriving  an income from the QED(other than finding good gold) are the approved retailer and Bugwhiskers! The ONLY investor in the QED is Bugwhiskers!
I have never met Jrbeatty or Reg Wilson at Howards house or ANY other location!

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 41 
 on: Monday November 13 2017 15:06:10 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
Modern-day slavery rife in Malaysia’s electronics industry
Report says a third of migrant workers in industry are trapped in debt bondage and have their passports illegally withheld  sad1
  
link-https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2014/sep/17/modern-day-slavery-malaysia-electronics-industry
doug smile

 42 
 on: Monday November 13 2017 12:28:03 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
  

But we do know that through I believe Reg Wilson Mr C  was made aware of the Gb'ing PI in the late 80's that was made in England. This was Eric Fosters Goldscan.

Eric  Goldscans were  sold here in Australia at this time by Ken Roberts at Finders Dunolly.

Some people believe that the SD2000 was in fact an electronically  modified (2 pulse lengths etc) 2 channel Goldscan.A
doug smile

Makes one wonder what was patented by Eric in his design and what was not?

I don't think Eric patented anything!!!
doug

 43 
 on: Monday November 13 2017 11:30:29 AEDT AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by mylab
  

But we do know that through I believe Reg Wilson Mr C  was made aware of the Gb'ing PI in the late 80's that was made in England. This was Eric Fosters Goldscan.

Eric  Goldscans were  sold here in Australia at this time by Ken Roberts at Finders Dunolly.

Some people believe that the SD2000 was in fact an electronically  modified (2 pulse lengths etc) 2 channel Goldscan.A
doug smile

Makes one wonder what was patented by Eric in his design and what was not?

 44 
 on: Monday November 13 2017 10:33:16 AEDT AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
  
  
Just read an interesting question by a member of that detector prospector forum in the lighter weight GPZ thread in regards to RW's reply about mister C being the electronics wizz and how did mister C come by a PI in the 1st place.

Only mister C knows the full story. But we do know that through I believe Reg Wilson Mr C  was made aware of the Gb'ing PI in the late 80's that was made in England. This was Eric Fosters Goldscan.Eric  Goldscans were  sold here in Australia at this time by Ken Roberts at Finders Dunolly.Some people believe that the SD2000 was in fact an electronically  modified (2 pulse lengths etc) 2 channel Goldscan.As far as i know Eric Foster was the first person to make a Gb,ing PI detector  commercially available for gold detecting.The Goldscan was available well before the SD2000  hit the market
doug smile

Who is "C"?
Cliff Watters??  excited

****X C.
doug

 45 
 on: Monday November 13 2017 00:24:22 AEDT AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by sd220d Digger
  
  
Just read an interesting question by a member of that detector prospector forum in the lighter weight GPZ thread in regards to RW's reply about mister C being the electronics wizz and how did mister C come by a PI in the 1st place.

Only mister C knows the full story. But we do know that through I believe Reg Wilson Mr C  was made aware of the Gb'ing PI in the late 80's that was made in England. This was Eric Fosters Goldscan.Eric  Goldscans were  sold here in Australia at this time by Ken Roberts at Finders Dunolly.Some people believe that the SD2000 was in fact an electronically  modified (2 pulse lengths etc) 2 channel Goldscan.As far as i know Eric Foster was the first person to make a Gb,ing PI detector  commercially available for gold detecting.The Goldscan was available well before the SD2000  hit the market
doug smile

Who is "C"?
Cliff Watters??  excited

 46 
 on: Sunday November 12 2017 20:18:43 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
Just read an interesting question by a member of that detector prospector forum in the lighter weight GPZ thread in regards to RW's reply about mister C being the electronics wizz and how did mister C come by a PI in the 1st place.

Only mister C knows the full story. But we do know that through I believe Reg Wilson Mr C  was made aware of the Gb'ing PI in the late 80's that was made in England. This was Eric Fosters Goldscan.Eric  Goldscans were  sold here in Australia at this time by Ken Roberts at Finders Dunolly.Some people believe that the SD2000 was in fact an electronically  modified (2 pulse lengths etc) 2 channel Goldscan.As far as i know Eric Foster was the first person to make a Gb,ing PI detector  commercially available for gold detecting.The Goldscan was available well before the SD2000  hit the market
doug smile

 47 
 on: Sunday November 12 2017 16:09:24 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by mylab
Just read an interesting question by a member of that detector prospector forum in the lighter weight GPZ thread in regards to RW's reply about mister C being the electronics wizz and how did mister C come by a PI in the 1st place.

 48 
 on: Saturday November 11 2017 21:23:58 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
  
Yeah, JP now admits that this detector (gpz 7000)  is too heavy for the average user.
This is what you get when you just slap electronics into heavy and unbalanced military detectors.
I guess minelab wanted to hurry up and start charging crazy $$$.  



ML did the same thing with the SDC 2300.Flawed design and poor ergonomics personified! Thumbs down
doug smile

 49 
 on: Saturday November 11 2017 20:09:08 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by sd220d Digger
Yeah, JP now admits that this detector (gpz 7000)  is too heavy for the average user.
This is what you get when you just slap electronics into heavy and unbalanced military detectors.
I guess minelab wanted to hurry up and start charging crazy $$$. 


 50 
 on: Saturday November 11 2017 14:38:55 AEDT PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Jarrod84
And it also found a lot of gold, you forgot to high light that part. Not all prospectors are 50+, I'd rather have a 7000 but couldn't justify the price for a beginner.

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