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#1

caparobertsan
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31 May 2018 05:32 pm

Hello all, my sickness is worsening. I bought deus just because other person bought in this forum and I could not watch youtube any longer!
I just want ask you all Deus users about custom program for Australian parks. Do I just use Gary's hot and cold programs? Or there are any special oz programs? Please let me know.
Thanks thumbsup

I will get it probably late next week! big_smile

Now I have to sell my other junks from my other hobby to fill the missing fund from my account! angel

Last edited by caparobertsan (31 May 2018 05:46 pm)


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#2

Smoky bandit
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31 May 2018 06:29 pm

Congratulations mate that's a good detector...I've heard there almost as good as a Equinox 800 yikes yikes wink thumbsup big_smile devil tongue


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31 May 2018 08:32 pm

Congrats on the purchase, as for Australian programs, don't think there is such a thing unless it is set up with notching specifically for oz coins. I'd just select HOT program and see how you go, and whether you can cope with so much info through the headphones. Some areas will not even require ground balancing if there are not too many bars in the meter on the right hand side of the screen. Start out with the default manual ground balance figure of 90, and adjust accordingly if your ground is highly mineralised. Good luck, I hope it brings you many good finds. smile


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#4

Whisp
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31 May 2018 09:00 pm

Welcome to the dark side ..... VLF .... Very Lovely Finds


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#5

Ramjet
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31 May 2018 09:24 pm

Whisp wrote:

Welcome to the dark side ..... VLF .... Very Lovely Finds

Really? Must be a CTX fanatic. Check out Rocket's finds for just this year.

https://www.prospectingaustralia.com.au … p?id=24976


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#6

clegy
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01 June 2018 08:17 am

Welcome to wireless Mate,
In My Mind program 9 is the one that opens up the deus and gives you what you need to learn the thing. Its full on! especially in modern parks but if you let your brain train itself it becomes very very clear after a while.

Practice when you can with Targets you can actually see, after a time your brain will connect an audio Cue with a visual one and you'll be able to walk around without staring at the remote.

It takes a bit but those that hang in there do very well as the deus has a very even tone spread and pretty accurate TID Numbers on common targets.

Give me a buzz if you need anything mate

Cheers There is no rush to learn it, as Unlike other brands we won't supersede our products within a year and tell you its obsolete. wink yikes big_smile thumbsup cool

Happy Hunting mate

Clegy


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01 June 2018 09:02 am

clegy wrote:

as Unlike other brands we won't supersede our products within a year and tell you its obsolete. wink yikes big_smile thumbsup cool

Happy Hunting mate

Clegy

Ha, the Deus design is now so old that the french president will be wanting one.... big_smile rainbow


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01 June 2018 09:13 am

thumbsup I sure it will be a self funding purchase........so think about keep all your toys devil

Enjoy

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caparobertsan
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01 June 2018 12:57 pm

clegy wrote:

Welcome to wireless Mate,
In My Mind program 9 is the one that opens up the deus and gives you what you need to learn the thing. Its full on! especially in modern parks but if you let your brain train itself it becomes very very clear after a while.

Practice when you can with Targets you can actually see, after a time your brain will connect an audio Cue with a visual one and you'll be able to walk around without staring at the remote.

It takes a bit but those that hang in there do very well as the deus has a very even tone spread and pretty accurate TID Numbers on common targets.

Give me a buzz if you need anything mate

Cheers There is no rush to learn it, as Unlike other brands we won't supersede our products within a year and tell you its obsolete. wink yikes big_smile thumbsup cool

Happy Hunting mate

Clegy

Thanks Clegy! I will try program 9! Do u have any special program you use? I will concentrate on Goldies first! Discriminate 5-10-20-50 cents! big_smile big_smile big_smile I cannot wait to come to work next week! If I get sometime in the morning, I will take sicky rest of afternoon! angel


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#10

caparobertsan
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01 June 2018 01:02 pm

Wally69 wrote:

thumbsup I sure it will be a self funding purchase........so think about keep all your toys devil

Enjoy

I hope so! There is one guy picking all the goldies and leaving me 5, 10 cents only! Now He has yikes got Nox800 and dug many nice silvers already!


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#11

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03 June 2018 11:09 am

Thanks Clegy! I will try program 9! Do u have any special program you use? I will concentrate on Goldies first! Discriminate 5-10-20-50 cents! big_smile big_smile big_smile I cannot wait to come to work next week! If I get sometime in the morning, I will take sicky rest of afternoon! angel

Hunting Goldies or any modern parks I'm in program 9, Now discrimination is not the key mate. Rather than try and discriminate out the smaller coins get to know them. You can then decide if its worth your time to pick them up.
Once you identify the 5-50 cent coins its easy to identify them with the Deus and decide whether to leave or grab them if shallow.

Grab a few coins before you go and practice on them just before you start. The coins will almost always be the same in the field with very little if any variation, especially when shallow (under 3 inches) and thats 90% of your spendies. If its 2 tones off a coin tone it's NOT A COIN 100% guaranteed.

Example if its a dead 64 its a 90% chance it's a 10 cent piece. There is a pulltab right there too but most times he will do what I explain next. But sometimes he doesn't the little Bastar%. if it tones over to 63 or 65 that goes down to about 10% 62 or 66 and its ZERO chance of being a 10 cent coin. It's that close man.

The other advantage is you get used to what trash sounds like. That way when you get a 52 or a 54 (a 5 Cent piece will be 53 in 18khz) you know its 90% not a 5 cent, then depending on signal strength, area your in, time on your hands, etc etc etc etc you can decide to dig it up and see what it is or walk past and check it next time.

Once I ID the local trash targets I can walk past them and pluck spendables out of the ground all day long with minimal rubbish if I choose. But being the curios sort I dig a lot of non coin based tones just based on Audio clarity or gut feeling or wind direction or mood or whatever it is.

I hope that makes sense, the only thing I discriminate out using the detector is iron, MAX I ever use is -3 I don't mind hearing it because often when you find a concentration of it there are some good targets in amongst it you can eek out.

The brain is a powerful analytical tool and if you smash it with fulltones often enough it just works it out, i still believe the brain is the best discrimination tool in your arsenal.

Let the trash talk to you mate it will give itself up a lot of the time and you can walk on by.

Clegy


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#12

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03 June 2018 11:24 am

Heatho wrote:
clegy wrote:

as Unlike other brands we won't supersede our products within a year and tell you its obsolete. wink yikes big_smile thumbsup cool

Happy Hunting mate

Clegy

Ha, the Deus design is now so old that the french president will be wanting one.... big_smile rainbow

Yet still no other company has come close even though they have 9 years to catch up????.

Minelab have come reasonably close I guess, but their wireless system has a suspicious amount of wires hanging out of it and their speed 7 is like Deus speed 2. So I'll guess us Deus owners will keep using our dinosaurs for a bit longer yet.

Oh Yeah Our TOP machine wasn't superseded by a machine half its price and made by the same company and you can actually repair a Deus.

I could go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on LOL

big_smile wink rainbow

Clegy

P.S Caparobertsan You'll get used to the B.S from a group of Brainwashed Minelab owners, if you need anything (including advice) just ring me mate, my number is at the website below in my signature. Most deus threads end up in a pissing competition, we can avoid that on the phone as I have had hundreds of them and to be honest I am bored with it.......


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#13

Smoky bandit
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03 June 2018 12:14 pm

Mmmmmmm.. BS from brainwashed minelab owners. thumbsdown thumbsdown thumbsdown thumbsdown


No pain No gain..

#14

Heatho
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03 June 2018 03:44 pm

Looking forward to seeing how you go with it Capa.

Geez Clegy, I'm gonna pack up my treasure and head back to a Minelab thread. lol rainbow


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#15

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03 June 2018 04:19 pm

clegy wrote:

Thanks Clegy! I will try program 9! Do u have any special program you use? I will concentrate on Goldies first! Discriminate 5-10-20-50 cents! big_smile big_smile big_smile I cannot wait to come to work next week! If I get sometime in the morning, I will take sicky rest of afternoon! angel

Hunting Goldies or any modern parks I'm in program 9, Now discrimination is not the key mate. Rather than try and discriminate out the smaller coins get to know them. You can then decide if its worth your time to pick them up.
Once you identify the 5-50 cent coins its easy to identify them with the Deus and decide whether to leave or grab them if shallow.

Grab a few coins before you go and practice on them just before you start. The coins will almost always be the same in the field with very little if any variation, especially when shallow (under 3 inches) and thats 90% of your spendies. If its 2 tones off a coin tone it's NOT A COIN 100% guaranteed.

Example if its a dead 64 its a 90% chance it's a 10 cent piece. There is a pulltab right there too but most times he will do what I explain next. But sometimes he doesn't the little Bastar%. if it tones over to 63 or 65 that goes down to about 10% 62 or 66 and its ZERO chance of being a 10 cent coin. It's that close man.

The other advantage is you get used to what trash sounds like. That way when you get a 52 or a 54 (a 5 Cent piece will be 53 in 18khz) you know its 90% not a 5 cent, then depending on signal strength, area your in, time on your hands, etc etc etc etc you can decide to dig it up and see what it is or walk past and check it next time.

Once I ID the local trash targets I can walk past them and pluck spendables out of the ground all day long with minimal rubbish if I choose. But being the curios sort I dig a lot of non coin based tones just based on Audio clarity or gut feeling or wind direction or mood or whatever it is.

I hope that makes sense, the only thing I discriminate out using the detector is iron, MAX I ever use is -3 I don't mind hearing it because often when you find a concentration of it there are some good targets in amongst it you can eek out.

The brain is a powerful analytical tool and if you smash it with fulltones often enough it just works it out, i still believe the brain is the best discrimination tool in your arsenal.

Let the trash talk to you mate it will give itself up a lot of the time and you can walk on by.

Clegy

a ctx will tell what each is thumbsup


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#16

caparobertsan
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06 June 2018 10:11 am

clegy wrote:
Heatho wrote:
clegy wrote:

as Unlike other brands we won't supersede our products within a year and tell you its obsolete. wink yikes big_smile thumbsup cool

Happy Hunting mate

Clegy

Ha, the Deus design is now so old that the french president will be wanting one.... big_smile rainbow

Yet still no other company has come close even though they have 9 years to catch up????.

Minelab have come reasonably close I guess, but their wireless system has a suspicious amount of wires hanging out of it and their speed 7 is like Deus speed 2. So I'll guess us Deus owners will keep using our dinosaurs for a bit longer yet.

Oh Yeah Our TOP machine wasn't superseded by a machine half its price and made by the same company and you can actually repair a Deus.

I could go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on LOL

big_smile wink rainbow

Clegy

P.S Caparobertsan You'll get used to the B.S from a group of Brainwashed Minelab owners, if you need anything (including advice) just ring me mate, my number is at the website below in my signature. Most deus threads end up in a pissing competition, we can avoid that on the phone as I have had hundreds of them and to be honest I am bored with it.......

Deus design is like Citroen! it is very innovative and even now, No car is more comfortable than Citroen DS. It looks great! Snob detectorist big_smile ! And it is a also a perfect detector for nerds! I was playing it last night on the bed before I went sleep! Mywife eyes rolled brokenheart
My cat got scared when I switched remote on for the first time as it made loud sound as it connected to the coil immediately!

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Goldpick
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06 June 2018 11:15 am

The design is timeless and very ergonomically correct, hard to believe the Deus is 9 years old. wink


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#18

caparobertsan
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06 June 2018 01:41 pm

yes still looks great! I discovered Deus about 2 years ago.

Hello,ALL!
I know Clegy told me to just practice with program 9 but I want to test its performance and accuracy.
I am trying to figure out notch and discriminator function to somehow make detector ring only on 1,2 dollars big_smile .
Is that possible? I know it is bit silly but I love to play around bit.

Please let me know if you know how to set this. I want to fill the program spot with name"Goldies 101" yikes


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Goldpick
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07 June 2018 01:01 pm

Yes it is possible to do this (set up multi-notch), it is outlined on page 40 of the Deus instructions. This is probably a pretty crap description on how it is done (only just set this up quickly last night after losing my initial goldie program)

The Deus gives you 3 notch windows to cancel out unwanted targets, using threshold 1 and threshold 2 to adjust the left and right side of the notch (notch width). Just wave $1 & $2 coins over the coil to see what TID comes up, then adjust the first notch to blank out everything from 0 to around 84 (possibly 83 as well), then scroll down to the next notch window and blank out everything from 88-99. Run the coins over the coil again to ensure that your notch window is wide enough to accept those coins with a clear and unbroken tone. If the coins do not resgister at all, or come up with a broken tone, then your notch windows are not wide enough to accept those coins.

Then exit the notch screen and go to programs to save as a new coin program. You will find most alloy bottle caps will fall around 88-91, though crushed caps and rusty crown caps may still come through at times. Listen for strong repeatable hits with a very consistent ID and tone, most junk will vary in tone as you work 360 degrees around the target with the coil - even if the tone slightly changes still suspect junk as shallow goldies should not vary in tone (slight upswing or downswing in tone).

I used notching last night for 20c, 50c and $1/$2 coins, and it worked pretty good except for square pull tabs falling very close to the 20c ID (74), 50c coins being pretty large nearly always hit on 78. If you get any target that briefly sounds good or starts to break up after initially sounding good, it is going to be junk - all the coins should be clean consistant hits. Really need to have more of a play with it as I don't do park detecting very often. A lot of the deeper good sounding hits that fall on the $1 & $2 ID turned out to be rusty crown caps, you can briefly switch to a program with no discrimination to check if there is any iron grunt when pulling the coil back off the target - usually indicates a rusty crown cap.

You can also drop the sensitivity back a bit, this will lessen the effect of deeper junk targets, whilst still allowing the shallow coins to come through loud and clear.

Pretty sure if you want to run a goldie program using a lower frequency, you will have to set everything up as a seperate program as the ID numbers will be lower than on the 18kHz setting. If you want the lower frequencies to read the same ID as on 18kHz, you will have to turn on "normalisation" to automatically adjust those coin ID's.

Truth is that there is a miriad of ways to setup the deus for detecting spendables, depending on personal preference. Some owners like utilising 7 or 11kHz, or use wider notches and use their ears to discriminate out the rest, or include higher ID's to pickout silver as well (ie. Rings, chains). If I were planning to detect predecs, probably not a good idea to use notching for the deeper stuff - purely for cherry picking.


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#20

Goldpick
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07 June 2018 08:39 pm

Also forgot to mention using the XY graph to distinguish junk targets from coins (ie. rusty crown caps). I haven't put it to use as yet, as I tend to not use the screen much at night and dig pretty much everything at relic sites, though could prove valuable in a park scenario with modern junk. Certainly no shortage of tools at your disposal on the Deus. smile


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#21

caparobertsan
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08 June 2018 09:49 am

Hello, Gold Pick, Thanks for your instructions. Yes notch function is now bit clear now.
I was playing with HF egg coil last night. I can see why neck of coil is bit weak as there is a big hole for the battery connection cable. I was wondering about a small funny shape bit but after looking at manual it made sense and without that bit, coil will not sit properly.
It is funny that I can keep playing with remote forever. I am glad that it will go back to normal once switch it off. Yes I dont mind XY screen, but I have to remember the curve/ signature of good and bad target.

I thought wireless headphones connects to remote control unit but it looks like it connects to coil directly as I had to key-in the serial number from headphone as well.

I have a feeling that I wont do well with this detector as I love changing settings having great joy with it even not going detecting at all angel big_smile !


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#22

Goldpick
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08 June 2018 08:33 pm

The remote and headphones can control the Deus independently, hence if you have two coils and two collapsible shafts, you can essentially have two Deus detectors.

Try out the various tone options available on the factory programs to see what best suits your ears, and then stick with it. If you chop and change too often, then it will be a lot harder to learn the detector. Think I first started out with Deus Fast, though found the "beep and dig" tones a bit one-dimensional, Fulltones was much more to my liking regarding the type and amount of info provided solely by going off the tones.

The Deus is really no different to other top end detectors with regards to the amount of settings available. You can either choose to use them, or simply pick a factory program and go detecting with good success. Then you can delve into more basic and expert settings at a later date to suit the areas and types of targets you want to detect. That's why I do not have any "custom programs" on my Deus, aside from one for modern coins - all sites are different, and hence require some form of tweaking to suit, and they are usually done on the run. smile


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#23

caparobertsan
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10 June 2018 08:53 pm

Hell, Gold Pick how are you? Thanks for your response! thumbsup thumbsup
Ohhhhh I really love Deus! I tried 11inch today with hot program. And I really like the pitch sound with XY screen. And pipointer worked flawlessly. Only wish is that Pipointer and Dues work same time.

I think it was hard to pick out goldies as some alminium and bottle to were showing simillar number. But, for older Coins, It was so easy to identify. I can tell if it was 91 then I got small silvers, and 94 was Pennies. Some deep small silver was showing 85-88. Also some penny was showing 91 and flat horizon line on xy screen....
I cannot wait to try different programs and frequencies....


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#24

Goldpick
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10 June 2018 11:17 pm

One thing I found with the MI-6 and the 11" coil is the Deus goes a bit nutso when changing over to the pinpointer using the 11kHz setting. Not a problem on 18kHz, though I reckon there is a bit of a clash on frequencies that causes it - might have to do a frequency shift on the Deus to get the MI-6 to behave. Also have to ensure that the coil is a few feet away before switching over to the Mi-6.

I know what you mean about not being able to use the coil and pinpointer at the same time to locate targets, though switching back and forth doesn't really take that long. Sometimes I will run the Mi-6 in standalone setting so you can actually use both at the same time, using it paired up with the Deus will make the battery last a lot longer on the Mi-6 - think it was up to 90 hours in that configuration.


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#25

caparobertsan
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18 June 2018 01:02 pm

Hello, Gold pick how are you? I was just playing with Deus, pinpointer and realized that pinpointer was not working(so I thought) but I understood it as because It was connected to Deus, when it was turned on without Deus switched on, pinpointer remain as radio mode. I had to manually reset to normal mode again. I believe this is normal. What do you think?


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