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Author Topic: Laser Trident 2 'Supertune'  (Read 14237 times)
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« on: February 28, 2010, 10:46:01 AM »

Ok, I may as well be the first to post a setting for the Laser Trident 2. It's a knobs machine so not a programme as such but more of a setting.

It's a bit like Spinal Tap having Amps that went to 11 rather than just 10 like everyone else. On the Trident 2 the Sensitivity goes to 10 then there is a red range after this. If the ground conditions are clean and not very iron infested, you can rotate the sens knob all the way into the 'Red Zone'.

Now go to the Threshold knob (top right) and instead of setting a gentle hum, turn this around until you get a loud hum.

This will give the machine more depth as signals that previously were not strong enough to trigger the audio response now have the audio already 'primed' by the high threshold and will therefore give a tone.

Your discrimination will degrade with such a setting hence don't use it with iron infested ground and also you will lose some of the quality of tone so that all signals sound the same but if the site is not giving many signals, give it a try and you will get that little bit extra from the machine Cool
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« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2010, 06:38:13 PM »

It's a bit like Spinal Tap having Amps that went to 11 rather than just 10 like everyone else.

 Grin Thats a fantastic analogy,Made me smile too. Nice one Junkman Smiley

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