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Skill-Building with the Minelab Equinox Series Metal Detectors
October 30, 2022 12:57PM
Skill-Building with the Minelab Equinox Series Metal Detectors
Readers Write...
“Clive’s book is a must for users of the Equinox. I highly recommend reading this book. Beginners to advanced users will find valuable information in this latest book.”
“...what Clive has to say about the settings and how they interact with each other and with targets should help take your game to a higher level.”
“...for a person with just 15 months detecting experience this is Gold. This is what I’ve been looking for to take my understanding of detecting and the Equinox forward.”
Thanks Anthony
“I consider this book a must and rate it five stars. Learnt so much about my 800. Thanks Clive.”
“His books will make you a more efficient treasure Hunter. Saves you a ton of time learning the machine.”
“This is a book you will have to read, practice and maybe even re-read certain areas. There is no fluff in this book. It is all hardcore useful information for the Equinox user.”
“Excellent Read. Helped me a lot with my 800.”
Skill-Building with the Minelab Equinox Series Metal Detectors
By Clive James Clynick
Clive James Clynick is the author of some 24 previous treasure hunting “how-to” books and numerous articles.  In this detailed and informative book, he explains how understanding the Equinox’s operating characteristics and features can help you to find more treasure at park, relic and beach sites. Topics include:
• Dense Iron Methods and Skill Building
• Walk First. How Small Skills Add Up to Accuracy
• Managing the Heavily Processed, Modulated Signal
• Understanding and Managing the Power Curve
• Beyond Meter and Tone
• Accuracy and Conclusiveness
• Salt Water Stabilization and Depth Tips from Top Hunters
• Signal Balancing the Equinox for More Depth
• ‘Micro’ Gold and Chain Hunting
• Understanding the Upgrades
…and much more…
(8.5 X 5.5, softbound, 120 pages)
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Re: Skill-Building with the Minelab Equinox Series Metal Detectors
November 30, 2022 01:00PM
I have all your NOX books and have read them repeatedly. There are so many things to try in the search of managing the NOX the best, it can be overwhelming. I have taken to taking a ‘system improvement’ from the texts and going to where I detect and perform some testing. This has helped.

For instance just the idea of a sound that is not ‘bitty’ and instead rounded, peaked and more solid (to borrow some words) was impossible until I compared a dime size piece of roundish aluminum can with my ‘target’ test half reale. Then I could hear the difference, still cannot explain it in words tho. It also demonstrated how old silver display numbers might change with corrosion, wear and depth. A sucessful reale hunter told me the numbers seem to come in lower and he had just found two small brownish reales that came out of the eroded dunes some years back.

I hunt salt Florida beaches for relics, brass ship spikes, nails and of course a yet to be found reale of any denomination. To practice reales, I quartered a silver dime and use that on the surface and in a dug hole, pressed into the side. At best of times I can get 8 inches on the NOX using a variety of settings learned in your books.

Any suggestions on anything I can do to improve? A focus on a certain book or section?

Best regards
Keep up the good work. I guess Manticore will be in your future as well.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/30/2022 01:04PM by FloridaSon.