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Minelab GPZ 7000 Searchcoil - 14x13 Super DD

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Hello All,

I seen this post over on Steve Herschbach's forum - Detector Prospector @ http://www.detectorprospector.com/forum/forum/4-detector-prospector-forum/ I highly recommend this forum and any advice Steve shares with us.

I have copied the pictures here, courtesy of his site - Detector Prospector.

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Extra fine wire Straight wound and a braid, very interesting. Is that a stacked braid?
Wow these guys are off the chart in outside of the box thinking. :ph34r: AzNuggetBob

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Its good to see some percision craftsmanship going into these new coils!

Though for sure the accessory ones will not be cheap. My guess: $1000 plus??

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I've built a few coils but never seen anything like this. I'll bet it won't work on
anything else but a 7000. also wondering what the ic board is for?. :) AzNuggetBob

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I'll bet it won't work on anything else but a 7000.

I think you are 100% correct on that one and most probably the reverse also, nothing else will work on a 7000.

They call it a smart coil in the paperwork, perhaps the little board tells the detector its a 14 inch coil as opposed to the accessory coils that will be available in time.

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Is the new technology more in the coil or the detector? It seems like it could be a new coil type thats creating the extra depth. I realize theyre using a change in polarity rather than a pulse but is the coil the driving factor? If thats the case could we expect to see super d coils for gpx detectors in the near future?

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I agree Chris
Im sure Minelab has this well covered with patents. Im thinking that the move for coiltek to build coils for Minelab was a good move for both of them. :) AzNuggetBob

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I just have one question GPZ7000GUY were is "El Dorado" :) Aznuggetbob

There is a town of El Dorado just south of Placerville in California right in the motherload region.

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Thanks Matt, but not the one I'm looking for. I've heard its south of the border, but who knows. :) AzNugetBob

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Is the new technology more in the coil or the detector? It seems like it could be a new coil type thats creating the extra depth. I realize theyre using a change in polarity rather than a pulse but is the coil the driving factor? If thats the case could we expect to see super d coils for gpx detectors in the near future?

My guess is that both the coil and detector together are the new technology.

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