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The Equinox in Aluminum Trash-Laden Sites

I recently got a note from an AUS buddy who asked: ” have been working a site for the last year, it’s a  site that’s had hundreds of people camping weekly from the 1850’s to 1960’s. I have managed to clean out hundreds of silver coins along with 40 silver rings. I know there are gold […]

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Keeping Your CTX 3030 in Top Shape

Couple of things I’ve learned the hard way: 1/ Any rotating of the coil on it’s bracket causes the hardware to wear. This might not be evident but it is happening. Once the pigtail wears and breaks –the coil cable is not far behind. If you see this happening try and epoxy it solid to […]

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…A satisfied customer…

I have purchased virtually every book that Clive has written. All have paid for themselves many times over. These are not rewritten user manuals, these are well written books that teach you what questions to ask, and teaches you how to answer them. A good critique of a machine thru the eyes of an experienced […]

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Minelab Equinox–Simplified: Beginner Skill Building

Minelab Equiniox–Simplified …a few points that I found to be central to skill building with the Minelab Equinox. 1/ Stay away from 50 tones to begin with—especially with Sens over “20”–too many sounds.  Later on, 50 Tones can help you to learn how to listen for consistent sounds but to begin with this is easiest […]

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The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide: Reviews

…a few more reviews… Great 2nd book for the Equinox its full of great tips and how to use the machine in different situations. The advanced guide is not just for advanced users. All users of the EQX will find this book very useful. Clive has a wealth of knowledge and testing has gone into […]

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Review: “The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide”

The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide Excerpts from JR’S full review… Both books in his Equinox series are in 110-120 page range and small standard format of 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches. Don’t be fooled by the small number of pages. A lot of very specific Equinox information is packed in these two books […]

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Announcing: “The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide.”

Announcing: “The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide.” By Clive James Clynick Our postal workers here in Toronto have been ordered back to work—clearing the way for me to begin a full-on book launch of the new one: ”The Minelab Equinox: An Advanced Guide.” Thanks to those who have shown interest in the couple of dozen […]

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Book Excerpt: “How to Run “10 kHz” as a Cap / Iron Identifier”

18/ How to Run “10 kHz” as a Cap / Iron Identifier A lower frequency like “10 kHz” is what can be called a “plodder.” It responds slowly, makes sure its reporting accurately and only shows a couple of numbers to describe what it sees. When you run “10 kHz,” make sure to give it […]

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New! The Minelab Equinox: “An Advanced Guide”

Here’s the new one… Clive James Clynick is the author of some 22 previous detector “how-to” manuals, numerous articles and product reviews. In this detailed and informative book he explains the Minelab Equinox’s ground breaking technology and how it can help you to find treasure. Topics include: • Using Theory and Basic Skills to Improve […]

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Book Excerpt: “Equinox Accuracy and Skill Building”

16/ Accuracy and Skill-Building with the Minelab Equinox I can’t say enough about the importance and value of learning some theory and basic skills.  These form a “template” upon which all later learning about accuracy and site-specific applications can be ordered.  As well, this basic knowledge helps you to make sense of the large amount […]

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