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I modified and updated my old article - "Hot Rocks: How To Identify & Eliminate Their False Signals" which now contains FIVE pages instead of one, and all in-depth useful information on Hot Rocks, their Types and how to ID and reduce, if not eliminate, their false-metallic signals. My article also includes info on 1) downsides of using Automatic Ground Balance and Automatic/Semi-Automatic modes, 2) Conductive Wet Salts, and 3) use of Positive & Negative Offsets of detector's Ground balance.
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To learn about a secret search technique for metal detecting deepest (i.e. oldest) coins around "pounded" cellar holes, please visit this page:   

http://www.metaldetectingworld.com/metal_detecting_cellar_holes_p6.shtml
How To Search a Former Homestead Site: Locations of Hot Spots at 'Searched Out' Hunt Sites, Secret 'Scan Deeper Layers' Search Technique, page 8
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XP Deus Air Test and Sergei's 100-Target VDI Chart for US Coins and Relics - My article explains importance of air-testing both ferrous and non-ferrous targets with XP Deus, and includes my 100-Target VDI Chart. This chart provides Deus users with invaluable information - VDI values of common US targets, which is essential for creating the most efficient search programs.
Air Test Results Are Essential for Creating Effective Search Programs and Optimizing Performance
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Factors That Affect VDI Readings of Non-Ferrous Targets - This article explains why the VDI readings (conductivity values) of non-ferrous targets might appear lower than they are supposed to be on a display. Though this article is included into a section on features and modes of the XP Deus metal detector, information in this article is useful to owners of ALL advanced metal detectors on today's market.
Operating Frequency Change - Formula, Mixed VDI Value Effect, High Salinity Effect
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To all metal detecting and treasure hunting enthusiasts around the world: I wish you great health, happiness, success and lots of fantastic finds in upcoming metal detecting season of 2014! Let it be exciting and fruitful!
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Everything you need to know about metal detecting and treasure hunting can be found on my website:
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To see Sergei's 100-Target VDI Chart for XP Deus, please visit this page: 
http://www.metaldetectingworld.com/xp-deus-vdi-chart-us-coins-relics.shtml
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To learn how to successfully metal detect around cellar holes at former homestead sites, please visit this page: 
http://www.metaldetectingworld.com/metal_detecting_cellar_holes_p1.shtml
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Air Test Various Targets To Learn Your Metal Detector - This article explains air testing various targets commonly found in your locality, how to set up the Air Test, what valuable information can be gained from it, and how to use it for creating an effective search program of any type.
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I posted my in-depth review on the DetectorPro Grey Ghost wireless headphones designed for the XP Deus, which includes my field-test report, photographed reactions of XP Deus users on the Grey Ghost headphones during metal detecting hunts, pros and cons, and my comparison of the wireless Grey Ghost headphones to the XP WS4 headset: http://www.metaldetectingworld.com/detectorpro-grey-ghost-headphones-for-xp-deus.shtml
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Hello Everyone!
I will be doing a presentation - "Metal Detecting & Treasure Hunting in Eastern Europe" at the Empire State Metal Detector Association (ESMDA) club meeting in Latham, New York, on February 24th, 2014. If you would like to attend the event, meet with me and ask me questions, interact with other metaldetectorists, participate in raffles, make new friends, please visit the ESMDA's official website (http://www.esmda.org/directions.cfm) for more information and directions to the meeting place. I hope to see you there! Cheers! :)
Directons to Our Monthly Meeting Location. The club meets at the Latham Fire Department on the lower level on the north side of the building. The address of the Latham Fire Department is: 266 Old Loudon Rd Latham, NY 12110 ...
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Whether you have just entered the hobby of metal detecting or have already become a weathered treasure hunter, MetalDetectingWorld.com will sure provide you with all information necessary for achieving personal success in treasure hunting endeavors. After having metal detected for 20 years, I still learn something new every time I hunt at a new metal detecting location. Along with learning and mastering new technological innovations incorporated into metal detectors every year, the process of attaining practical (invaluable) knowledge is endless, and "the sky is the limit"! That is why I continuously add new useful articles, tutorials and exclusive stories to my website so that metaldetectorists in every part of the world would be armed with "know-how's" to keep up with all kinds of changes in today's metal detecting world! "Knowledge is power!" And lastly, do not be surprised to find out that all information presented on my web pages is FREE!
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