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  1. #1

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    DFX owner from UK

    Hi all another DFX owner from the UK. I'm mostly detecting beaches. Still learning the machine.
    Regards Neil

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    Welcome to the forum Neil. The DFX is a great machine. If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask. Good luck and happy hunting.
    AKA: Rodney _______ Detectors Used:
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    Welcome to the forum !! http://forums.whiteselectronics.com/...s-DFX-Programs

    The link above will lead you to some reliable DFX setups !!
    If there's anything I hate worse than diggin' pulltabs, its missin' a gold ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deolslyfox View Post
    Welcome to the forum !! http://forums.whiteselectronics.com/...s-DFX-Programs

    The link above will lead you to some reliable DFX setups !!
    Thanks deolslyfox and Rodney. I have those programs on my saved list. I studied form on the net before I made an informed choice. I considered the V3i, but an excellent condition dfx300 came up s/h at a good price from a dealer. Later followed by a 6x10dd coil.

    Regard Neil

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    Hi My Fellow TH'er StillAir1
    I have used the DFX for most of the past 10+ years and have found that (Here in the USA) using the relic program will find a lot more targets than any other program. I use the 950 and 10 inch DD Coils all the time. I stay away from using Discrimination as that tends to limit my depth and many of the better iron targets that I want to find (Bayonets, canon shell frags, gun tools and parts, etc.). Best of luck! ;-)

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    The only thing that worried me when I had a DFX was that it is always in salt compensate mode, which means it is de-sensitized at some jewelry ranges. It is a fantastic machine though and a killer in mixed mode.

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    I love mixed mode. But will try relic mode more.

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    Towboater: With DFX the standard factory RELIC program runs Mixed Mode ....
    If there's anything I hate worse than diggin' pulltabs, its missin' a gold ring.

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