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#1

Ridge Runner
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27 July 2016 12:56 am

Just to let you know that the MXS is Now Listed As Out of Stock,

http://www.dankowskidetectors.com/discu … p?2,110718

John


Dig em all,

#2

nesral
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27 January 2017 05:43 pm

Back in stock again.

Had a 16-01-2017 blue monday offer from Whites USA with 20% off anything on their web page.

Got words this morning latest MX Sport is in transit with Australia post.

Didn't really need one, but having one sure beats asking questions on how it performs on our ground over here.

MX Sport is apparently built on the MXT Pro, which is said to be capable of use for gold prospecting, we shall see.

If it don't find 1'st hand gold on our gold fields then 2'th hand gold on our beaches will do, some of that gold come with attached impuritives like carbon crystals or other coloured stones, so not to worry a find is a find.

#3

Ridge Runner
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04 February 2017 07:47 pm

nesral wrote:

Back in stock again.

Had a 16-01-2017 blue monday offer from Whites USA with 20% off anything on their web page.

Got words this morning latest MX Sport is in transit with Australia post.

Didn't really need one, but having one sure beats asking questions on how it performs on our ground over here.

MX Sport is apparently built on the MXT Pro, which is said to be capable of use for gold prospecting, we shall see.

If it don't find 1'st hand gold on our gold fields then 2'th hand gold on our beaches will do, some of that gold come with attached impuritives like carbon crystals or other coloured stones, so not to worry a find is a find.

The MXS is not built on the MXT platform, the only thing they share is they borrowed the Tracking system from the MXT, Although the MXS has similar modes they are totally different to the ones in the MXT, The MXS has it's own format which is a good thing because it has it's own ID.

When you understand the machine you will find that it should find natural Gold and it should ID Gold with Iron staining etc, I know the MXT works in OZ but it will be interesting to see how the MXS works, Just don't try and use too much Gain with the MXS because Whites has only given it 8 levels and each step is quite aggressive where as the MXT is 100% variable.

between 4 and 6 maybe higher should be all you need for Hot Aussie Dirt.

Good Luck and have fun.

John.


Dig em all,

#4

PhaseTech
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Joined: 29 May 2014
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20 February 2017 09:07 pm

Has anyone bought one yet? Keen to hear some reports in Aussie soils


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#5

nesral
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Joined: 05 January 2015
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20 February 2017 09:57 pm

Got one with latest 2016 updates.

It has a wide variety of uses.

Works well for what I have so far used it for.

#6

nesral
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01 April 2017 10:50 am

Had it on a wet ocean beach some time ago, a few coins and a 375 gold ring that rang in at just above our 50¢ coin, unusual high ID #, but I'll take it.

MX Sport is really good on bottle caps but I'm not a collector of those.

#7

nesral
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21 February 2018 05:21 pm

Ridge Runner wrote:
nesral wrote:

Back in stock again.

Had a 16-01-2017 blue monday offer from Whites USA with 20% off anything on their web page.

Got words this morning latest MX Sport is in transit with Australia post.

Didn't really need one, but having one sure beats asking questions on how it performs on our ground over here.

MX Sport is apparently built on the MXT Pro, which is said to be capable of use for gold prospecting, we shall see.

If it don't find 1'st hand gold on our gold fields then 2'th hand gold on our beaches will do, some of that gold come with attached impuritives like carbon crystals or other coloured stones, so not to worry a find is a find.

The MXS is not built on the MXT platform, the only thing they share is they borrowed the Tracking system from the MXT, Although the MXS has similar modes they are totally different to the ones in the MXT, The MXS has it's own format which is a good thing because it has it's own ID.

When you understand the machine you will find that it should find natural Gold and it should ID Gold with Iron staining etc, I know the MXT works in OZ but it will be interesting to see how the MXS works, Just don't try and use too much Gain with the MXS because Whites has only given it 8 levels and each step is quite aggressive where as the MXT is 100% variable.

between 4 and 6 maybe higher should be all you need for Hot Aussie Dirt.

Good Luck and have fun.

John.

from Whites MXS Forum.
http://forums.whiteselectronics.com/sho … background

It'll do a fine gold chain on a wet beach and all the other tests you see on YouTube with the latest offering of Multi frequency detectors.

#8

nesral
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08 March 2018 02:22 pm

Another water hunt with the MX Sport.

Scored a working Garmin Forerunner 920XT watch, covering more than half the cost of the detector.

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