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The MX5 is seems to get a "bad rap" , but in my opinion, it is the "sleeper" in Whites lineup. I sold my last one to a hunting buddy and he routinely out hunts people with detectors costing three times as much.I have sold him two detectors in the last four years and I recently tried to trade for his MX5, but no luck there.Header can help, if another data after header is OK. Create good 7z archive and look first 48 bytes and last 128 bytes.And the response is so fast I can hear two targets in close proximity- and I hardly ever use the pinpoint function. Yes, I believe I was the original poster about how deep coins respond with the MX5.I know many people are critical of Whites MX7, but if it is anything like the MX5, I will be trying one.for change of pace, threw the 10dd on and left v3i at home an hr of usual digging at an old school yard along river Rd westbank N. RLOH Coinjumper, after you dig several targets with this particular response, you will eagerly await the next similar signal.

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They sure don't surface as often as they used to and it's always a thrill to make such a recovery. not counting the more recent MX Sport and pending MX7.

The MX5 was not as light as a Tesoro, but is near perfectly balanced with the rear mount battery.

I see nothing wrong with Whites using interchangable parts like the battery compartments, rods, and etc. Whites Detectors are all I use now, when I first started I was all over the place with brands, glad I've settled. How long have you been detecting, and is it mostly in popular urban-type Coin Hunting sites?

The MX5 will become a cult classic, I believe and will be sought after long after the replacement proves to be a lessor detector. I set mine up in 1 tone with the first 3 iron segments notched out, it does incredibly well in thick small iron (nails). I usually run mine at lower sensitivity but have an area I would love to try this. The MX5 is seems to get a "bad rap" , but in my opinion, it is the "sleeper" in Whites lineup. I sold my last one to a hunting buddy and he routinely out hunts people with detectors costing three times as much.

I usually run mine at lower sensitivity but have an area I would love to try this. They also dumped other great detectors in favor of something new but inferior. So you heard the threshold bump separately or simultaneously with the high tone? Coinjumper, after you dig several targets with this particular response, you will eagerly await the next similar signal.