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Sig Pro Signum Pro: A-Gain and Amperage Trigger Guide

The guide explains in details how to benefit from amperage trigger and A-Gain Signum Pro has on board
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    Great guide!!!
    Now it would be very helpfull to write some situations and what settings to use,
    e.g. "sandy grround, small 6"coil, goal small coins, so I would use RT9, ST 11, system gain 9, A-Gain to 90% (so overall around 14-15 gain), Amperage Trigger away from me"
     
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    Hunting with upgraded Signum is the very same as hunting with stock Signum. False signals is a limiting factor that notifies you to low settings down. A-Gain allows to find that edge when false signals start to appear. Running flat means to find that point.

    Turbo should be avoided in case of low conductors for sure. As to, trigger positioned at Maxi position (away from you), probably it could be favorable for low conductors on dry light and extra light grounds.
     

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