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MFD 2.06 Aka signum Mfd best coil for finding small coin at good depth?

Discussion in 'Signum MFT & Signum MFD (VLF Mode)' started by Dorian_u, Aug 21, 2019.

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    Hello..i own a MFD and I would like to buy a better coil...my objective is to find Roman Denarus silver coins...which coil will get me more depth vs standard coil.Thank you!
     
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    High frequency coil you should look forward to. I think, 13"@12 kHz for conductive and/or mineralized grounds.
    13"@18 kHz is a good one for light grounds, but hunting with it is a bit specific.
     
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    ok..the problem is that this coins is usualy find in very trashy sites where is lots of iron..do you think 13''@12khz it will be able to discriminate as well as standard coil?
     
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    Not always the case when finding Denari.
    If fact I have always found that the real iron infested site you normally find Roman Grots.
    10" × 14khz is what I like.
     
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    Rew is right, 6"/6"x10"/8" coils are for trashy sites. Trashy site and depth are incompartible: no depth could be gained at trashy site
     
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    In addition to that, on such sites depth isn't everything better be sure you are very secure in the top layer caus not everything is hidden deep ;). I picked up more coins in the top that people gaining depth missed :).
     
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    Very true Ethane.
     
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    With smaller coil you can add more power at trashy site ;)