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    Exclamation My Custom V3i C/J Program - COMMENTS WANTED

    Hey Guys. Hope you all had a great 4th!

    Take a look at this program and let me know if I should make any tweaks to get more depth / better performance.

    Doing an air test I was getting 8" on Large Cents, Indian Head, Modern Quarter, Buttons & a Knee Buckle.

    Thanks in advance,
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rebel View Post
    Hey Guys. Hope you all had a great 4th!

    Take a look at this program and let me know if I should make any tweaks to get more depth / better performance.

    Doing an air test I was getting 8" on Large Cents, Indian Head, Modern Quarter, Buttons & a Knee Buckle.

    Thanks in advance,
    Roger
    Wish I could help ... Just ordered the V3I so I'm saving your information for future options ... Maybe you can point me in the right direction to help with the learning curve.
    So much to learn about this machine, right?

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    Best of luck. It's not all that hard to learn.

    Good info here: http://forums.whiteselectronics.com/...d-User-s-Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by georgemohr View Post
    Wish I could help ... Just ordered the V3I so I'm saving your information for future options ... Maybe you can point me in the right direction to help with the learning curve.
    So much to learn about this machine, right?
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    Great looking Correlate program. The one I used was very similar. In heavier trash I would open up my span to 45. Not unusual to pull Wheats at 11 inches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberSage View Post
    Great looking Correlate program. The one I used was very similar. In heavier trash I would open up my span to 45. Not unusual to pull Wheats at 11 inches.
    Beginner here ... not familiar with the MD Vernacular yet. What is meant by "opening up your span"? Sorry for my ignorance.

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    I don't know either George, maybe it's a V3i feature?? I do know that Roger and Jack can help, though!

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    Sorry for the late response, haven't been on in a while. Drew is correct that it's a V3i setting for the Correlate program. This should explain it.

    Span Limit - 0 – Off – Select how different in VDI numbers a target can be among the three frequencies and still be considered a good or valued metal.

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    I am so MIA these days. So sorry georgemohr. Thank you Rebel!
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    No worries my friend, life happens!

    Quote Originally Posted by CyberSage View Post
    I am so MIA these days. So sorry georgemohr. Thank you Rebel!
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