Tagged: XP Deus

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Excavation Of An Old Inn – The First Day And The First Finds! (Photos+)

Well, friends! Summer is the best time for forest excavations because the fields are all sown or not yet cut, so there is nothing left but to go on an excavation trip. And the places where it’s best to go for excavations are places where people used to live, and there are quite a lot of such places. In our case, this place turned out to be among the trees...

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XP Deus Settings For Detecting With A HF Coil On A Littered Field Or In A Park (Photos Of Finds+)

Recently I went detecting to an old field on the outskirts of the village. A long time ago, there had been a trading place on this field, where horses were sold. Just imagine it: a large field, summer, heat, and many horses. Everyone walking in the street, trading, business as usual. This was a good place for that kind of business – all roads go through this place, you can...

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Rod From The Golden Mask Used On The XP Deus (When Slavic Engineering Has Gone Too Far…)

Did the Slavic engineers make another big breakthrough in the metal detector design? In fact, yes! There is one detectorist and seller in Bulgaria who has been searching for meteorites with detectors for several decades. His store in Sofia is well known to many detectorists. This time he made a very good invention – he connected the rod from the Golden Mask to his Deus, and what was the result? All...

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Interfering Signals Between The XP Deus and The Minelab Equinox (Important!)

If you dig with the Deus or the Equinox, you need to know this. This is important in case your friends/fellow detectorists dig in the same area as you, and with the same detectors. This advice is probably more suited to the owners of the Equinoxes from the first batch because in some ways the Equinoxes that came out after the first batch do not always create such interference signals...

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XP Deus Team USA Metal Detecting Show #1 (Video+)

The wait is finally over! We are very excited and proud to share with everyone the XP Deus Team USA Metal Detecting Show #1. XP Deus Team USA is a metal detecting show that features team members from across the U.S. who use the XP Deus, one of the top metal detectors on the market. Interesting to see a lot of finds and get more tips and tricks about XP...

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How To Connect An XP Deus Coil To WS4 And WS5 Headphones (Diggers Tips)

Perhaps this is a question asked by every digger, who has just received his first XP Deus. The XP Deus is a great detector, but sometimes there are some occasions when you need to connect a new coil to the headphones, but how can you do it? In fact, it’s very simple, it’s fast and without any problems. To do it, you need to perform the following steps: To start, you need...

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Choosing The XP Deus – What Kit Should You Buy? (Diggers Tips+)

Even when I chose my next metal detector for the new season, I stayed on the XP Deus. There are a lot of reasons for this, but there are sites of proven metal detector sellers that sell a large number of sets of this metal detector. At first, when I was still not particularly interested in Deus and its bundles, this fact caused a small headache for me and made...

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MI-4 – A New Pinpointer From XP! (New For 2018!)

The company XP Detectors seems to have decided to enter the pinpointer market more fundamentally and have released a simplified version of the MI6 pin-pointer. What is the difference? It’s simple – the MI4 is an ordinary pin-pointer without the ability to connect to the XP Deus detector. Basically, all the same settings, it is still possible with underwater detecting down to 6 meters, 6 search programs, 3 sensitivity levels...

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MI-4 – A New Pinpointer From XP! (New For 2018!)

The company XP Detectors seems to have decided to enter the pinpointer market more fundamentally and have released a simplified version of the MI6 pin-pointer. What is the difference? It’s simple – the MI4 is an ordinary pin-pointer without the ability to connect to the XP Deus detector. Basically, all the same settings, it is still possible with underwater detecting down to 6 meters, 6 search programs, 3 sensitivity levels...