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Sorex does not fall deep

Discussion in 'Sorex Pro' started by luca, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. luca

    luca AKA Novice

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    Goodmorning everyone!!
    Yesterday I did some tests in the air with my Aka Sorex Pro and I noticed that you no longer felt the coin at 17/20 inches, it seems a bit, can you please give me some advice to make it go deeper? And what better plate?
    Thank you and good day
     
  2. Rew

    Rew "AKA United Kingdom" Group Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    Good morning Luca.
    I think a single coin at a depth of 17 to 20" would be asking to much of any machine.
     
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    luca

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    Tips to make the most of your depth?
     
  4. SuchMuch

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    Hi luca,
    What kind of coin? Material? Diameter? Weight? Different coins require different frequency coils

    You will not be able to crank yr detector at home without falsings. Do tests in area free of any large metal parts and EMI issues, for instance, at fields when you are out
    1. Do force coil adaptation (or even factory reset if you don't remember how yr Sorex was set up)
    2. GB over red brick. If you GBed over ferrite then shift GB manually by 4-5 degrees, if no shift is done then air "depth" will be reduced Check thread "Ground Balancing over Red Brick & Ferrit: Air Tests and Real Hunts".
    3. Sensitivity, Threshold and Gain on max
    4. Switch all filters off
    5. Switch economy mode off
    6. Choose MM algorithm
    7. Set MM rate on 1
    8. Target should pass the center of the coil with large swing
     
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    luca

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    Of coins there are of all kinds from that small to the big one, copper, bronze and silver, now I'm using a 14khz plate
    thank you
     
  6. SuchMuch

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    Autotracking off?
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 17, 2017, Original Post Date: Jul 17, 2017 ---
    How i have MSF / SSF algorithm where do I find the high MM?
     
  8. SuchMuch

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    Autotracking off

    press button "M/M"
     
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    Questa sera quando torno a casa provo,
    grazie
     
  10. Rew

    Rew "AKA United Kingdom" Group Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    How you getting on Luca.
     
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    Are you working the menu out. MSF/ssf/ mm
     
  13. vint1

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    Luca, i use lower frequency coils , 3 or 7, try them , for me I think I get deeper , 12,14 inch , with a 12×10 coil . I don't think you hit a coin at 18 to 20 . In the ground , well I can't with this coil and set up .. but I'm no expert, may do with a larger larger coil .. vinny
     
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    Must admit I like the 7 kHz coil the best. I think I'm right in saying that AKA recommend the 7khz for the sorex.
    But saying that, if your wanting to go for specific targets in different soils, ( iron infested/ mineralized/ light soils ect) then a different coil is a must.
     
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