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The Eureka Gold has three frequency options and automatic ground balance. This detector is suitable for mildly mineralised ground.


Eureka Gold

Treasure Talk blog posts on the Eureka Gold

X-TERRA 705 Gold Vs Eureka Gold

November 15, 2013 01:41pm

Nenad Lonic
Nenad gold prospecting

A question I am often asked is: “I’m looking to buy a detector, but unsure whether to get an X-TERRA 705 Gold or the Eureka Gold”. It’s actually a very good question, as it isn’t an easy one to answer as there are advantages to each machine. 
One of the main differences between these two units is that the Eureka Gold has three operating frequencies built in, 6.4, 20 & 60 kHz, whereas the X-TERRA 705 Gold operates on 18.75 kHz with its supplied 10x5” DD coil...

Posted by Nenad Lonic on November 15, 2013 01:41pm | 3 Comments

Getting the best out of the Eureka Gold

October 29, 2010 05:00pm

Nenad Lonic
Nenad gold prospecting

The Eureka Gold is Minelab’s flagship VLF gold detector, which has been overshadowed somewhat by the GPX series, but it has quietly gone about its business for years now, and has built up an excellent reputation. It is a popular model for a number of reasons: lightweight, economical, hip-mount capability, high sensitivity, good iron reject, long life NiMH pack included, fast Auto ground balance, 3 switchable frequencies, but most of all, it just works!
For users that already have a Eureka Gold, or those in the process of buying one, here are a few tips to help you get the best out of this little gold machine:

Posted by Nenad Lonic on October 29, 2010 05:00pm | 0 Comments

Are you hearing everything you swing over?

July 26, 2010 10:22am

Brenton O'Brien
Brenton metal detecting

Are you hearing everything you swing over? You wouldn’t know if you weren’t would you? Do you know that it is not just volume that assures you are hearing signals?

A very strong but simple reminder is that you cannot find what you cannot hear!

One of the most unexploited features of Minelab gold detectors is the tone adjustment.
Proper use of the tone adjustment will allow you to custom tune your detector to your personal hearing. And more importantly, it is simple to do.

Posted by Brenton O'Brien on July 26, 2010 10:22am | 0 Comments

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