Tagged: XP Deus

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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...

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XP Deus: First Impressions and First Time Out Detecting! (Review, Photos+)

XP Deus is a high-end and powerful metal detector. This detector is very known and widely spread among professional detectorists. It has a lot of reputation and most of its owners will speak good words about this machine, therefore I decided to give it a try. I have read quite a lot about this detector, and seen it in the hands of other detectorists a lot of times. With its...

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XP MI-6 Pinpointer (Our Review!)

For what you need a pinpointer and what it is useful for, during detecting, we have already written and told about a million times. I even wrote a post on this topic, but now, it seems to me, everyone knows that digging without a pinpointer means spending a lot of time digging out the find. And what if you dig tiny hammered coins? These finds are difficult to find without...

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4.1 Update Available For The XP Deus! (Download File Here+)

So, friends, ladies, and gentlemen! Some time ago (about 6 months ago, approximately), on some sites, a link to the 4.1 update for the metal detector XP Deus was released, but it was quite a crude update and it was called, in fact, something like 4.12. But now, a new update is available, version 4.1, it works and it’s not Alpha anymore, but Beta! It is available for download from...

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XP HF 22.5 cm/9″ Coil For The XP Deus! (Our Review, Detecting, Photos+)

The French company XP Detectors, the same XPlorer, released two new white coils in 2017, both high frequencies. Do you want to know why you need a 56 kHz super frequency? Soon I’ll go detecting, to the place where the guys found “scale” coins, so my thoughts are cherished by the finding of the Medieval silver small thing with this new coil for my metal detector XP Deus, with which...

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The Court Of Minelab And XP Detectors – What Has Happened? It Seems Someone Is Uncomfortable! (Heat!)

It seems that someone has a very uneasy start in the new season. Minelab is quietly suing XP Detectors and it looks like they have some success in this matter. I recently found a document in which a judge from one of the US states passes a small resolution – XP Detectors filed an appeal against Minelab’s applications for using their patented technology, but the court refused them. Link to...