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azdigger, my recommended settings for the Goldmaster 24k are Sensitivity of 7, Target Volume of Audio Boost 2, VSAT Medium (6 bars), Threshold 2. Search in automatic ground balance, precisely pinpoint targets with the non-motion pinpoint mode, then engage Traclock to lock the ground balance setting at the current GB setting to facilitate target recovery without the GB setting "drifting." Once the target is recovered, to return to automatic ground balance, press and release traclock button and automatic GB is restored to the last setting without the need for rebalancing. Check out the "Spud Diggers" YouTube video entitled "White's 24k Gold! Exclusive training from Certified Dealers." Gerry was using an earlier, lower-powered pre-production prototype in the (far) less than optimal PRESET settings. The business cards used as targets had 1/4 GRAIN gold flakes laminated onto them. Your 24k, with the above settings, will significantly outperform the machine/settings shown in the video. To see Gerry tune and operate the 24k, see the "Spud Diggers" video "The New White's 24k Goldmaster." With my 24k I have recovered flakes weighing less than 1/10th grain. Hope this helps; HH Jim
I have to join the comments on GPX model , …. 4500 would be and was my choice and excellent results with a variety of coils both Mfg's and aftermarket that can be had.
I used a 3500 for years before the 4500. and before that a 2100, 2200 along with the variety of Gold specific VLF's.
Hapy Huntn, ...........their still "out there" ! Keep on Beepin