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Sovereign GT

Understanding the Sovereign GT - basic to advanced settings - Part 2

August 29, 2012 11:15am

Most people metal detect at the same sites on a regular basis, for a beach hunter that means discovering which level of manual sensitivity suits certain sites and adjusting the sensitivity control accordingly. Do not worry about setting the sensitivity too high, I assure you that your Sovereign GT will tell you if you have the sensitivity set too high. When making the transition from the beginner Sovereign user phase to the advanced Sovereign user the best manual sensitivity level is the one that produces the least amount of false signals.

Posted by Gary Drayton on August 29, 2012 11:15am | 0 Comments

The Sovereign GT - a modern Day Classic

June 15, 2010 10:10am

The Sovereign GT's effective, powerful and simplistic design has created a dedicated fan base of relic, coin and beach hunters around the world, and I’m proud to say I’m one of them!

Back in 1989, the first Multi-Frequency detector hit the market, and it set the coin/relic/jewellery detecting market alight – it was the Minelab Sovereign. The Sovereign featured BBS technology (Broad Band Spectrum) transmitting 17 frequencies from 1.5 – 25.5 kHz, to provide maximum depth and sensitivity to a range of target conductivities. The other advantage of BBS was (and still is)...

Posted by Nenad Lonic on June 15, 2010 10:10am | 2 Comments
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