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Infinium LS outing.
« on: September 09, 2013, 14:43 »
Had a couple of splendid days on a beach using an Infinium LS in the a/noons.

Both the Ezy scoop and I got our workout. :P

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Perhaps there will be some ATX competition in the future............until then, get what you can leave nothing behind.  ;D

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013, 15:13 »
..some interesting finds there Ivan...nice ring there also...929????
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2013, 16:10 »
Looks gold to me (could be the light though), good couple of days Ivanll.
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2013, 14:21 »
I have the same set up now i just got an infinium and have an ezi scoop  ;D
Any advice?
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2013, 15:30 »
I have the same set up now i just got an infinium and have an ezi scoop  ;D
Any advice?

Familiarize yourself with the Infinium LS as much as possible and it become dead easy to set up and use. 

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2013, 00:06 »
Interesting video. To bad a lot of the information is misleading and in some instances wrong.

1. Gold gives a low/hi tone....Wrong.
SMALL gold nuggs below 6 to 8g generally give a Hi/Lo tone But can change to Lo/Hi in high iron mineral. and depending on the nature of the nugg.     
     Large gold is almost always lo/hi no matter what the mineralisation status.
All gold nuggs give a HI/Lo (when audible)tone in Reverse Disc.

2. Grass effects the infinium tones ????
NO!
3. If the coil cable is loose false signals will occure as the detector sweeps.
NO.. unless there is a cable shielding fault or the cable is moving in very close proximity to the coil.

4, You will miss gold if you use the reverse discrimination.
NO. IF YOU USE THE REV DISC CORRECTLY when checking a target to be gold or not the worst that will happen is that you will dig some iron now and again.
However if you use any discrimination past setting 1 WHILE SEARCHING, then yes you can and will miss small gold of 1g and lower.
I have never experienced false signals being caused by dirt,grit, red sand or beach sand being trapped in the coil cover.
The Finny Pretty much sees straight through that stuff.
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #6 on: September 24, 2013, 09:10 »
Interesting video. To bad a lot of the information is misleading and in some instances wrong.

1. Gold gives a low/hi tone....Wrong.
SMALL gold nuggs below 6 to 8g generally give a Hi/Lo tone But can change to Lo/Hi in high iron mineral. and depending on the nature of the nugg.     
     Large gold is almost always lo/hi no matter what the mineralisation status.
All gold nuggs give a HI/Lo (when audible)tone in Reverse Disc.

2. Grass effects the infinium tones ????
NO!
3. If the coil cable is loose false signals will occure as the detector sweeps.
NO.. unless there is a cable shielding fault or the cable is moving in very close proximity to the coil.

4, You will miss gold if you use the reverse discrimination.
NO. IF YOU USE THE REV DISC CORRECTLY when checking a target to be gold or not the worst that will happen is that you will dig some iron now and again.
However if you use any discrimination past setting 1 WHILE SEARCHING, then yes you can and will miss small gold of 1g and lower.
I have never experienced false signals being caused by dirt,grit, red sand or beach sand being trapped in the coil cover.
The Finny Pretty much sees straight through that stuff.

Importers and dealers seem to have a different understanding on how to use and promote detecting equipment.

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #7 on: September 24, 2013, 12:06 »
My 10.sec Infinium LS  Auto Setup..........the video tell the story............ you see it here first.

Video link no longer available.... Look at the top picture below and work it out ... dead easy ... or just ask.


Video recorded with Contour Roam2........Headphones by DetectorPro...........with above video setup it give (to my hearing) a perfect low audio threshold that don't miss the ripple of a whisper from a deep target or that of a small gold picker or ear lobe sleeper.


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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #8 on: September 24, 2013, 19:21 »
Nice Vid, a tad blurry.
The other one with the ring was very clear.
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #9 on: September 24, 2013, 19:27 »
Ivan are using the Contour on the headphones for both clips, or have you used 2 different cameras on the clips?

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #10 on: September 30, 2013, 13:12 »
All video recording with Contour Roam2 on DetectorPro Headphones, they are sensitive enough to hear a clear audio threshold at a  "my preferred"  very low setting.

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #11 on: October 01, 2013, 12:29 »
Nice Vid, a tad blurry.
The other one with the ring was very clear.

There is always room for improvement, but.............. this is the only Australian forum/location with an original direct link to this video info.  ;)

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #12 on: October 12, 2013, 09:39 »
More.........Infinium LS .........Myth Busters !  

Infinium LS can detect small gold chains ..... ask your Garrett dealer for a demo.



You see & hear it here first !  :)

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #13 on: October 12, 2013, 10:05 »
...it seems very sensitive to small gold with the DD...not bad for a PI.. I just bought the 14 X 10 mono for mine... how do you rank this coil Ivan?
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #14 on: October 12, 2013, 10:49 »
My Infinium will find some fairly light weight  sil and white gold chain easily but yellow gold not so easily.
The smallest 18 k yellow gold chain I have is about 5 in long and 3.6g but no signal from my Finny with any coil.
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2013, 16:05 »
...it seems very sensitive to small gold with the DD...not bad for a PI.. I just bought the 14 X 10 mono for mine... how do you rank this coil Ivan?

Excellent at open level places even on smallish items, as can be seen in picture.


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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2013, 20:44 »
...nice..thanks for that Ivan
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #17 on: September 15, 2016, 15:12 »
Quick hunt on a beach that didn't look that promising, but it was low tide so with an ATX DD coil on the Infinium LS it got a going over just the same.
Conclusion, it could be worth checking this beach out again.

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #18 on: September 20, 2016, 08:40 »
Hi Ivanll.
I still have not tried any of the ATX coils on my Infinium but am wondering if you have used an SDC 2300 on the beach and how it compares to the ATX  on small gold chains.
I have recently tried the 2300 on a beach and have been fairly impressed with the small target response from this tecta.
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #19 on: September 20, 2016, 13:45 »
Compared ATX with SDC 2300 some years back, for my areas and specific use ATX won out.

Never saw the need to post my test result between the two detectors.

1: If the findings had been shared on an open forum it would likely have created heated opinion and an abundance of posts that have no substance and lead nowhere.

2: I got what I wanted from doing the comparison, so all is sweet.

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #20 on: September 20, 2016, 17:33 »
Yeah the fireworks start to fly whenever a comparison is made between a Garrett PI and the Minelabs.
This vid is interesting.
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So far I am impressed with the SDC2300 so I will reserve my opinion until I have got a bit more exp with the it.
I have a couple of gold chains here that produce very iffy  response from the SDC.
one 18k 3.2g 18cm curb link chain.
One 14k  7.7g  48cm box chain.
Yet this detector responds quite well to a 0.05g gold nugg (at the surface of the coil) 
Chains can be very difficult to detect especially in an air test.I get better response to chains when they are  resting in/on the wet beach sand.
 
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #21 on: September 21, 2016, 14:20 »
Infinium LS is not bad on small gold chains, but one better not be in a hurry, also not using GB on beaches is a feature both the Infinium and ATX share, as the chap in the video discovered by watching other users techniques and videos.  ;)

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #22 on: September 05, 2017, 22:21 »
Test on gold chain between SDC and ATX on a wet beach.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVRUtDeWED8

At the beginning it says the ATX coil is larger than the SDCs, which is true but ATX coil is a DD coil and SDC is a mono coil and many say that mono coils are more sensitive and go deeper than DD coils, so go figure, anyway there is for and against, I just use what I got.

I am very pleased with the ATX and original DD coil, if/when I need a little extra out of the ATX then the Infinium LS 10x5"DD or the 7x3"dd coil is attached.

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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2017, 06:56 »
Hi Guys a couple of quick questions.
Is the Infinium any good in the water ie fully submerged and is it available in Australia. There was a description of it on the Garrett Australia web site but it wasnt listed in the detectors for sale page.
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Re: Infinium LS outing.
« Reply #24 on: September 06, 2017, 10:30 »
I have seen them for sale in Perth.
They are waterproof like the Sea Hunter, which is to say further than we will ever get.
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