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#1

Dingodog1
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16 December 2019 01:16 pm

Hi All, are any boosters better than others or are they all much of a muchness

#2

mbasko
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From: Central West NSW
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16 December 2019 02:36 pm

Check the SteelPhase SP01 out.
It's the only detector enhancer on the market with modes for audio filtering.
https://www.steelphase.com.au


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LORD
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From: Roxby Downs, SA
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16 December 2019 08:06 pm

Mate I use the SP01 and reckon its Brilliant.
Do your research then buy a SP01!


GPZ 7000, SP01, Nox 800, GM 1000, Deteknix pin pointer, little ripper pick

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LORD
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16 December 2019 08:07 pm

Sorry doubble post

Last edited by LORD (16 December 2019 08:08 pm)


GPZ 7000, SP01, Nox 800, GM 1000, Deteknix pin pointer, little ripper pick

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mudgee hunter
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16 December 2019 08:09 pm

Sorry, but we are all busy in the "jokes" thread to reply! lol

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#6

Digga
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From: Melbourne , VIC
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08 February 2020 05:36 am

I recon if you all do a bit of research you will find you can build ur own booster for around 30 bucks ,

It really just depends what guitar parts you choose to build them with ?

#7

savage bitter
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08 February 2020 04:23 pm

Digga wrote:

I recon if you all do a bit of research you will find you can build ur own booster for around 30 bucks ,

It really just depends what guitar parts you choose to build them with ?

$30 made booster against a sp01 good luck on that

Last edited by savage bitter (08 February 2020 04:24 pm)

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bicter
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08 February 2020 07:38 pm

Yes, you can build an audio booster/amplifier quite cheaply.

Where the costs start to rise is when you start introducing variable/switched filtering, companding(I'm pretty sure the Spo1 has this), signal modification and the ability to work with a variety of detectors. Steelphase appears to have got it right with his "Enhancer"

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#9

Ded Driver
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From: West of the Border, WA
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08 February 2020 09:54 pm

yes you are right Bicter. The sp01 is much more than just a 'booster'.
I even use it on my MXT Pro

DED


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Rockhunter62
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08 February 2020 10:03 pm

Digga wrote:

I recon if you all do a bit of research you will find you can build ur own booster for around 30 bucks ,

It really just depends what guitar parts you choose to build them with ?

Hey Digga, you might be better to stick to plucking your guitar strings and I'll stick to my SPO1. I know who'll find the most gold. lol lol lol This enhancer has been made by experts who know what they are doing. gold-nugget

Cheers

Doug

Last edited by Rockhunter62 (08 February 2020 10:04 pm)


Forest Gump once said "life is like a detector going beep, you don't know what it is till you dig it up"

#11

aussiefarmer
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08 February 2020 10:40 pm

Getting your hearing checked is a great booster especially if certain tones dont register


Wish in one hand and poo in the other , See which one fills up first !

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