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    MX Sport and Whites Wireless Headphones

    I would like to see Whites make a wireless transmitter that would work with the MX Sport and Whites wireless headphones! That way I could use the wireless headphones that I have for my V3i and my VX3. I hate headphone cables. Is there any chance that will happen in the near future? I hate seeing the competitors outdo Whites!

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    Welcome. The WHP are NOT waterproof.
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    Thanks for the quick reply fox! I don't really care about my Whites Wireless Headphones being waterproof. I purchased the MXSport because it is lighter than my V3i & VX3. I would use the detector myself and also for my grandchildren and great grandchildren get just about old enough. I figure starting them out on a good machine would give them a more positive experience metal detecting! I've always used Whites detectors and didn't want to go to a different brand!

    Thanks!

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    Wireless technology doesn't work in the water. Some concerns... if one sells a wireless for a waterproof model, when wireless doesn't work in the water.

    Howard

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    Quote Originally Posted by showard View Post
    Wireless technology doesn't work in the water. Some concerns... if one sells a wireless for a waterproof model, when wireless doesn't work in the water.

    Howard
    Just something for you to think about. I got waterproof detector because I will detect in rain, snow, and all sorts of muddy and wet spots, Did not buy to detect underwater. I can just hose mine off no problems. I hooked up my sport with a water resistant wireless and love it. Will never go back unless Im hunting with the box underwater. Would love if it was incorporated into the machine as an option for when not water hunting.

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    I use wireless earbuds with a Rx Tx Transmitter. They work very well in the hot summer. I use them with my V3i.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rchalker View Post
    I use wireless earbuds with a Rx Tx Transmitter. They work very well in the hot summer. I use them with my V3i.
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    I use something very similar, think mine was tao tronics or something like that. Have it duck taped to the side of my battery box hahahaha. I would have paid an extra $150 for the sport to have it incorporated into my detector so that it ran off the batteries and didn't have an extra thing to charge. Also so it didn't have cords to catch stuff.

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    Do you mind me asking what brand of
    water resistant wireless
    you purchased. That is why I purchased the MX Sport and the weight is a lot less than my "V" detectors! I think most people would realize that they are not to be submerged in water. I have thought of getting the Z-link transmitter and receiver. I just didn't want any cords and wanted to stay with Whites!

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