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The EuroAce loved the dry sand and performed well on it, but it hated the wet saline areas of the beach and I would have to reduce the sensitivity to work the wet.
The C-Scope CS3PI worked well on both the dry and the wet sand but as stated earlier, without discrimination it had me digging for the Olympics. I can't fault the CS4PI that I own; it did find me a multitude of small items at considerable depths. I initially lost the signal from a gents gold wedding band at a little over four inches but recovered the signal as I increased the frequency; chasing it down to approximately 18". I think that one of the problems with using the CS4PI is down to the poor instruction leaflet that come with the machine. I believe that C-Scope should produce a far better instruction book and video to go with the machine.
Come on C-Scope; produce some better instruction materials, so that new owners can better understand their CS4PI machine.
ive seen boys swing there detectors ,like it was there man thing trying to impress the girls
but with the 4pi you have to go slow ,,,,,,, i have found gold at apx 6in -7in in wet sand no prob
it was a funny sound i never heard before but was loud here is the pic ... a old hand told me ...
if you dont walk over it you wont find it ,,,,
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