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hi all does anybody know anything about the sd2000's are they a reasonable detector for there price . or a waste of coin. cheers tinpan
G'day guys i seem to have a terrible problem,and i don't know weather it is my sd 2000 or me, recently i was out with a mate of mine detecting and i was having trouble grounding it in,so he gave me a usb plastic holder with a piece of lead in it, 5mmx3mm
Well, I've just taken a giant leap ... from an x-terra 705 Gold Pack to an SD2000 I bought the best that I could currently afford, with an eye to finding a little gold to help pay for my next upgrade ... GPX5000 Now for the details: 3 Barrie Johnso
Hi In effort to try learn more, can somebody please shed a bit more light on the 4 settings the dial has. The bloke who sold me the machine told me setting 1 is sensitive & small, setting 2 is the same, setting 3 is an average setting &
I run an SD 2200 with a lithium-iron battery/booster. It is a Lucky Lark from Reeds. The 12v battery is regulated down to 7.3 volt. (originally 6.0 volts??) What effect does increasing or decreasing this voltage have - is there a maximum that should no
Went to an old timers' diggings site, used these two pieces of lead, 73.2 grams and over 150 grams (couldn't measure exactly as the scales I use doesn't go over 150g), as test subjects: Test results may give or take a little, as I measured with
Are there people out there using SD' 2000's primeraly for depth on larger objects, or is it too hard ie too much noise etc? Or is it just the modded 2000's that go deeper?