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Author Topic: Deus V3.x settings that work for me  (Read 5922 times)
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« on: December 31, 2016, 01:28:58 PM »

Richard Evans's "All Purpose" Programme as printed in Andy Sabichs' Deus handbook...(pg 140)

the use of high discrimination has virtually no effect on depth (from my own tests) but removes the coke and rubbish signals to make it a quiet and deadly programme,

the two tones keeps everything really simple

to increase depth (on hard pasture) I keep an identical adjacent programme at 12Khz ,
also on quiet soils reducing recovery speed right down to 0 makes a huge difference on depth.
i also like running sensitivity as high as possible and use tracking ground balance.

since using this programme my finds rate has gone up dramatically.


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« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2016, 05:38:48 PM »

Well, when I get a Deus again (one of these days), I'll try that program out.

I did like the Deus I had, but didn't want to pay big bucks for the 11" coil, so it had to go.
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