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#1

Nugget
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23 December 2012 11:46 am

The GPA 1000 is a professionally built ground scanner, which is developed and produced in our company KTS-Elektronik in Germany. With a maximum search performance of 15 meters the GPA 1000 outnumbers by far other gold and metal detectors with their obsolete technology and their limited search performance.

The GPA 1000 with its outstanding search performance, high power sensors, microprocessor-controlled geomagnetic field balance and detailed analysis software stands for a search system, which is state-of-the-art.

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Source http://kts-electronic.com/content/view/39/161/lang,en/

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Pete_The_Prospector
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23 December 2012 01:29 pm

So this thing goes 15 metres deep yikes 
Mmmm anyone want to carry my pick for me big_smile


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dave14110
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23 December 2012 02:12 pm

Any detector that can realy go fifteen foot deep in our mineralized ground. The company would be mad if they didn't go get the gold themselves first.
When I see this in action then I'll believe it. The other thing they don't say is how big the object is that it can detect at 15ft. could be a shipping container.
Don't get me wrong I would one of the first to buy if it was true, but it's just to hard to believe.


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Newbie
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24 December 2012 10:19 am

Pete_The_Prospector wrote:

So this thing goes 15 metres deep yikes 
Mmmm anyone want to carry my pick for me big_smile

As long as you dig no worries..


Pretty serious toy. Do they mention a price range?

How effective do you feel ground analysis would be. The stuff I have seen requires a lot of intrupration you'd couldn't be affective on small pieces you'd basically end up looking for a gound type and dig that. Though I'd imagine a " Welcome stranger" size nugget will show up quite eaisly, enough to keep your motivation high as you dig down 15ft anyway.


2014 will be the year of gold...... 2013 sure wasn't... I am using in my hunt for Gold a GMT GOldmaster standard equipment, panning equipment, Creek sluce. And a whole bunch of gut feeling... Added a brand new whites tdi with 4 additional coils.

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Lenton
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28 December 2012 12:33 pm

Looking for WW11 bombs ??  The display looks great

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#6

Prospector steve
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01 January 2013 03:54 pm

Export price:
€ 9,650.00   euro I presume not cheap


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Pete_The_Prospector
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01 January 2013 05:36 pm

Wow thats arbout $12258.40 Australian Dollars, Or two GPX 5000's  lol


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Dahlan, Muhammad
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04 February 2013 12:25 am

I Want to know the exacts price for GPA 1000 or GPA DUO XL 2in1. I would like to buy one. lol

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the duck
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04 February 2013 09:19 am

Getting extra depth out of a VLF, multifrequency, or PI machine is very difficult, because these machines follow an inverse 6th power law relationship between signal voltage and depth. If everything else is maintained equal, doubling the depth requires 64 times as much signal. If this is done by increasing transmitter power, doubling depth requires 4,096 times as much battery drain. That’s the basic reason why depth increases come so slowly in this industry.

from the engineers that build detectors, this must have good batteries


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dave14110
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04 February 2013 07:56 pm

Or maybe we just haven't read the fine print. Whilst it may detect an object at 15ft, what is the object. My question is this object a B52 plane 8) or something that size. I would think a GPX5000 or for that matter a SD2100 would proble detect that deep too smile .
I seriously have my doubts about this rumer as it's been around for more than 12 months.
Whilst I am not saying it's impossable I think if it was true even if they cost 40,000 yikes we would of seen quite a few in the Goldfields by now.


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