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anto989

Registered: 06/10/12
Posts: 15
  
Hello mates..i actually use a DFX with SEF 12x10..i found little coins of 10mm or less where other detector have already been,such as V3i and sovereign gt..but now i want more performance..do you suggest a blisstool?i want also a good discrimination and not only more depth also in areas where there's iron.
I want to come back in nice place where i found good stuffs

I search only in land in a non-mineralized soil,in fact i use sens to maximum
floridaswingthing



US Moderator
Registered: 18/05/12
Posts: 483
  
Hi Anto989
    I spent 3 years with the Whites v3i and had all the stock coils and 2 SEF coils. I can tell you that the Blisstool will absolutely out perform the Whites. The Bliss is great at discriminating out iron. The depth you get with the Blisstool will amaze you. So when you decide on the Blisstool be sure to buy a bigger shovel, you'll need it! HH
anto989

Registered: 06/10/12
Posts: 15
  
thanks for the feedback..maybe i'll need also someone who can hel me to dig..our land are very very heavy ...just to understand,how much deep can detect a 10mm coin with a blisstool in low mineralized soil?

is there a model with pinpoint?
calab0202



Registered: 10/06/12
Posts: 100
  
Hey Anto, where do you live???
anto989

Registered: 06/10/12
Posts: 15
  
I live in south italy..calabria region...where I don't know what is a mineralized soil!
floridaswingthing



US Moderator
Registered: 18/05/12
Posts: 483
  
Daryn has some great videos on how to pinpoint with the Bliss you need to watch. I can get a freshly buried US dime at 12 inches with the 11 inch coil no problem. I think thats the same size. 
    Daryn has several videos that will help you understanding why we call the Blisstool a "Beast"
calab0202



Registered: 10/06/12
Posts: 100
  
Hey Anto, pm me when you get chance, I know Calabria very well!!
anto989

Registered: 06/10/12
Posts: 15
  
@calab: I sent you a pm


mates,i've seen LTC64X v2 is the cheapest one..it cost 415 brand new,if  i find a second hand will be perfect for me!

anyone use it?what do you think about?I hope to find the machine that allow me to find again in spot where we have already been many many times




Registered: 17/08/12
Posts: 1
  
hi i am profound deaf i thought about blisstool with 11" coil for long time . too many tunes and switch i dont understand that put me off. do you think easy for me to objust tunes,switch ? what discm level ? mean notch or what ?
steve
BLISSTOOLUK



Forum Moderator
Registered: 26/03/12
Posts: 1,227
  
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Originally Posted by lancastrian
hi i am profound deaf i thought about blisstool with 11" coil for long time . too many tunes and switch i dont understand that put me off. do you think easy for me to objust tunes,switch ? what discm level ? mean notch or what ?
steve


Hello Steve,

I will try to answer efficiently to your questions about too many controls, this should help.

4x GB. =

Manual GB x 3 controls = man GB switch + Ground coarse and ground fine.

Auto GB (same control as man GB) + 1 x ato zone switch.

Thats 4 controls that should be common knowledge to anyone who uses an analogue machine.

Gain + threshold (sensitivity) are the same as any other detector. Thats 2 more controls that are straight forward.

Frequency is the same as any other detector with frequency shift. (Simply change your frequency and reGB) use if you need.

DL the same as any other detector.

DD is a specual little control that takes out deeper irons or gives a signature or behaviour different to non ferrous. 8.8 15" and 8.5 - 9 using the 11" coil , these are my often used DD settings.

Thats 9 controls that are similar to other detectors in how to use

Volume speaks for itself.

Silencer is just that, use if needed, remember this is something other detectors just do not provide and is a nive little helper when needed.

Disc togggle x 1 control which helps you to see through the sureface contaminants, but it could be left in (III) most of the time, this is simple to use but not necessary to get spot on, its just another helper not to hinder.

Regarding audio that is something like all detectors you have to learn your feedback, it may take a few outings but like all detectors you need to familiarize yourself to these awesome machines.

Hope this helps,

HH!

Daryn.
stoneman

Registered: 28/08
Posts: 7
  
Hi Anto i recently got a Blisstool v3 and the discrimination &audio of this machine is superb, it pops & clicks over iron like the original Tesoro Silver Sabre - it doesnt need multitones!
Surface coke can be eliminated and hammered cut quarters can still be picked up at a couple of inches down, it has the sensitivity &speed of a high frequency machine with the depth & iron discrimination youd expect from a lower frequency design.. it blows the socks off my favourite machine - the mk1 Goldmaxx!
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