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  2. This may help Description The SteelPhase sP01 is a modern low noise audio enhancer, with built in LiPo battery for over 20 hrs use. Unique features include a Mode switch to accept stereo and mono wiring, and a 2 position Filter. Designed and tested by prospectors for prospectors, with very good results on the Minelab SDC2300*, GPZ7000 and GPX series. It works extremely well with headphones and external speakers alike. Perfectly suited to most detectors, but will provide excellent results particularly on gold detectors that have a faint signal response. Most detectors put out very clear audio, it’s usually the play back device that lets down the audio path. With the sP01, the Filter control allows you to control how much clarity you want coming through. When using stereo headphones, the Mode 2 position also opens up the audio, giving more clarity, with minimal background noise. Features • Easy to use • Rugged construction • Compatible with most detectors • Low background noise and hiss • 3 selectable filter options • 2 switchable output options • Broad volume range for precise adjustment • USB rechargeable LiPo battery • Over 20hr run time • High speed charge time • Compact and lightweight • Military grade components • High quality aluminum enclosure • Urethane coated pcb for corrosion resistance • Professional grade plugs and cable • Manufactured in Victoria, Australia Filter Switch This selects one of three different audio filtering options. Each filter has been designed to enhance the signal without boosting unwanted noise. The optimum setting will depend on detector setup and operators hearing preference. Mode Switch Position 1: Used for both stereo and mono wired operation. Position 2: Used for stereo wired headphones or stereo wired dual speakers only. Package Contents • 1 x sP01 unit • 1x heavy duty, high quality audio cable, fitted with Amphenol 6.5mm plugs on each end • 1x USB charge cable • Instruction Booklet
  3. I have emailed Nenad directly and via the steelphase website 2 weeks ago and have heard nothing back yet. Just keeping everyone informed.
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  6. Uncle Ron

    Rob, hows your Dad Doing?

    Please let us know, Rob!
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  8. Ok, been a couple of weeks, so how is your Dad doing, Rob? Good I hope. Grubstake
  9. Digger you should be able to click on the link and get there... Ron, I don't know about pain relief, but, this stuff has certainly calmed my tempestuous and irritated bowels way down... fred
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  11. frank c

    Hearing the frequency

    Get yourself a pair of Blackwidows, I have used them on the 2100 2200 3000 3500 and now on my 4500. Also used em on VLF's and they WILL change the game for you. They come up used at times on various classifieds ads also. And as Fred suggested play with the tone adjustment to find an "acceptable" sound for yourself.
  12. MTgoldpan

    Hearing the frequency

    Not only has to be there to find it, you have to get that coil over it.
  13. It has to be there to find it... I have a friend, I will call him Norm...he has severe hearing loss yet he finds gold as well as anyone and better than me. I have come to believe that hearing loss is not always a detriment to prospecting... I don't have the technical knowledge to explain, BUT, sound is frequency which we perceive as various tones from bass a low frequency to mosquito buzz, a high frequency... I hope this is more or less correct... fred
  14. MTgoldpan

    Hearing the frequency

    Yes I have played with the tone switch. But what I have been reading about sound or loss of hearing, there is a difference between "tone" and "frequency" That is what I am trying to figure out if I am missing anything. I know I can't hear a high frequency sound, as most people loose that hearing as they get older, but I am sure mine is worst than most. Maybe I am just trying to find an excuse why I haven't found that mega nugget yet.
  15. Mt; I am assuming you know there is a tone adjustment on your detector...it ranges from mad mosquito to booming base tones...after you set-up the detector up away from city/emi sources you can use a small test nugget. I do not like super high tones- drives me wacky! However real low tones are not sharp enough. Jonathan Porter prefers higher tones and some do not- based on personal preference and ability to hear...good luck! fred
  16. Mystery Creek Gold Join Jeff as he goes on a hike to a small Creek to check and see if there's any Gold in it !!! Mystery Creek Gold Thanks for watching , I hope you enjoyed the video. Jeff
  17. oldies1955

    I SPY WITH MY "EYE"

    Heck of a nice find Gary ...............sun baker or water baker...its all good Nice score! Tom H.
  18. geof_junk

    Beat the heat retreat

    Great Photos. With all that water may be you should do some panning
  19. GPX Power

    I SPY WITH MY "EYE"

    Good job Gary😎 still to hot for me 😴Mike C...
  20. Well now,... "That was fun!!" I was out about a week ago sort of early doing some detecting and trying to stay out for atleast an hour or-so, and yet beat the summer heat and humidity back as well (so much for that). I was detecting up a wash that had been thrashed pretty good by the last couple of monsoon rainstorms. The floolding water had opened up a section of bedrock and exposed it from bank to bank for a width of about 8 ft. Or-so; the center of which had been scoured thus-leaving a "V"-shape. (The whole exposed section was about 15 ft. Long). There was still water flowing at a trickling-pace, and most of the lowest areas had pooled-up holding water. I had just detected the exposed bedrock up against the left-side bank and was about to swing the coil across and over to the right side exposed area when my eye caught the slight coloration of something (sort of blurred) lite-yellowish down under the water in this open ("V"'d) pool. I had to take a double-take thinking it might just be a light-yellowish-colored rock (as I have found a few times in the past). It really wasn't bright, yellowish, and metalic-looking, so I wasn't really sure if it was a nugget or not at first. I didn't even bother to swing my coil over it;... I just stooped down and plucked it out of the water to take a look. It was just then that I realized that it was indeed a nugget that was just laying there under 4" of water in a wide-open "V"-shaped crag !!!! I can't say that I have come across a nugget that way before, so I guess there's a first time for everything. All I had with me was my cheep Tracphone, so the first few photos are of it ( probably blurred) "in-situ". They are probably not too good, but they should be good enough to see what the conditions were like. The last few photos are of it after I cleaned it up at home with a different camera. I also found a small "dink" just upstream (photo'd). The big nugget weighed in at 1.15 Grams, and the combined weight of the two came to 1.22 Grams. "Come-on Monsoon Rains,...come in hard and heavy some more!!!" Gary
  21. Nice going to the lucky finder Mike C...
  22. Just run through the tones on your detector and find the one that is most hear-able to you...be aware that some ability to hear a specific sound amongst other sounds may affect that choice...the spec's will give you the range of the detector. fred
  23. Hello All, Here are some small nuggets a customer of mine found working in Italy with the Minelab SDC 2300 metal detector. I would have never thought Italy has nugget gold, but then again I'm sure most places have a small amount of gold. Thanks for sharing with us!
  24. frank c

    Hearing the frequency

    I can't answer your Q about output frequency from the detector however someone most likely will or you can research it. Try looking thru the owners manual back pages for Specifications list it may be there. BUT I can give you some insight on hearing, I recommend you investigate "Black Widow" Headphones 150 ohms. Made by Detector Pro, I believe Rob here who runs this forum carries them. I started using them many years ago with the GP and GPX series detectors. Amazing difference for the hearing impaired.
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