Easylife wrote: ↑Mon Aug 24, 2020 9:35 pm
I was out earlier on my stubble field directly under power lines. I use a combination of 15Khz and Multi as the EMI is quite variable and requires frequent manual noise cancelling. But I noticed no difference than before updating to V3. In this situation with the 15” coil I can run 15khz sensitivity at 23/24 but Multi at only 20. Previously 15khz has impressed me here in pulling a hammy from 9 inches deep when it just sounded shallow, but multi is king by far.
Since updating to V3 target responses seem quite jumpy on this field compared to V2 and don't sound so sharp. I know that V3 is not supposed
to have changed this so maybe it's just me? But jumpy numbers on decimal pennies! They were always solid before. Many other TID's were jumpy also when they should not have been.
I'll stick with it for now.
As Toyah would say - It's a mystery?
What you were getting sounds similar to what I got with those musket balls...
How deep were the decimal pennies and the other targets with jumpy TDI?
If they were on the deep side, I would say that it's probably inconclusive, but if they were shallow to medium depth targets, I'd say it's not good.
It's hard to compare directly results because I tend not to hunt in All Metal, but I think you are noticing the machines responses has "changed" slightly.
I notice in the Minelab blurb they say the V3 update offers stability enhancements, but I never had any problems with stability in the first place, in fact the Nox always struck me as being very stable and well mannered even with the sensitivity cranked right up...