Customers also shopped for. Thank you for the suggestion on isolating the coil. Turns my GMT into a new machine. Please try your search again later. The detector is all original and in what I would call pristine shape for its age. The GMT alerts the operator to every target to make sure it is thoroughly checked out as a detector is often wrong about a target on a single off-center pass. Loading recommendations for this item
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However, goldmster benefits of the GMT far outweigh any perceived faults. If its still noisy, you most likely have a box issue Ground goldmaaster tracking systems can “track into” a faint signal produced by a very small or very deep gold nugget and cause it to fade out as if it is a ground signal. The detector is all original and in what I would call pristine shape for its age.
In order to prevent “crosstalk” interference with existing Goldmaster models a 48 kHz operating frequency was chosen, which was still close enough to 50 kHz for old coils to work. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Only 2 left in stock – order soon.
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These old models usually had large blue control boxes. As ground variations increase, setting a higher goldmasger adjusting threshold can be beneficial. Results 1 to 8 of 8. Note that in late White’s introduced the 48 khz Goldmaster 24K.
It is normal for an operator to approach the target with a slightly different angle and speed on each sweep and so the iron probability indication will vary on each pass.
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The old concentric Gold Max coils are easy to identify – they have a white plastic housing whereas the new DD version is black. Some gold is actually in magnetite instead of quartz and can be picked up with a magnet!
Mineralized ground is a big problem in Colorado, and this coil totally cancels out some of the worst mineralized conditions that the original 6×10 can’t handle. Share Facebook Twitter Golfmaster. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
See questions and answers. Any 6″ x 10″ Goldmaster coil not sporting the “Twin D” label is a concentric.
The bottom line is the GMT bears serious consideration for anyone wanting a detector solely for gold nugget detecting. White’s started a project for a brand new detector design by hiring Dave Johnson, a well known engineer specializing in gold nugget designs, the ended up as the White’s MXT. A small nugget in highly mineralized soil will tend to read as ferrous, and relying on the analyze feature will give a false sense that the GMT is more confident in that erroneous ferrous response by accumulating and averaging many of them.
Finds the good stuff in areas littered with trash. Just send it the box and the coil.
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Jimmy Sierra used to market a couple coils that may be found on the used market. There is the standard ability to toggle the ground balance switch to manual ground balance and then adjust the setting up or down via the plus and minus touch pads. One thing all the Goldmasters seriously lacked was a small coil option, and finally after the GMT was released White’s came out with a small 4″ x 6″ coil, commonly referred to as the “Shooter”.
It also benefits experts in locations where the ground varies constantly. Dealer Sale New Book: Edited September 26 by Steve Herschbach. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. GMT meter pod and typical meter readings. Longer but narrower detection window compared to similar gooldmaster search coils.
Quick Navigation Talk to White’s! Concentric 6″ x 10″ coils are white plastic just like the new DD version, what differs is the decal. At the moment I am stumped as to what happened. See offer for details.