You may walk thru metal detectors. Let’s talk about features. To use the WSA’s with the ORX they need to be paired and this is a real simple process Just go into the options down to headphones Select pairing and press the plus and minus buttons together and you’ll see the on-screen instructions it takes about a minute and it’s also worth noting that the WSA Headphones are not compatible with the Deus and the Deus Ws4 and ws5 headphones are not compatible with the ORX Within the menu there’s a “salt mode” This just changes the ground balance range and ideal for certain areas with high mineralization such as black sand and some beaches all you have to do to access the salt mode is press and hold the hashtag buttons for three seconds.
Then you’ll see so appear right next to the frequency readout and to turn off press it for three seconds and It’s gone again I’m using the coin fast program here because there’s a fair bit of iron about There we go 79 on the target ID screen Still in the hole Need to pinpointer – Oh Look at that our first Roman coin with the ORX Fantastic I’m using 14 kilohertz at the moment But don’t forget the X35 coils are also compatible with the ORX which gives you a wider range of frequency choices That’s Iron – that’s a low tone Now that’s a good one 73 on the meter I really like the way that the detect screen turns into the target ID screen as soon as the target is located And there is 72, let’s have a look It looks like another one of those little Roman coins we found earlier Excellent The two coin modes are really your choice I’d choose coin fast if I had a lot of iron contamination and coin deep if the ground was a little bit cleaner Nice high tone 86 again.
I wonder if that’s another coin ? Now it’s a bit deeper I Can see it there look It’s a musket ball a Big Lead musket ball The ORX uses a three tone audio low mid and high Now your iron will be your low tone, but your coins will fall between the mid and the high tones So look out for those tones – In front of me I’ve got some iron a ring pull and a silver coin I just want to let you hear the difference in tones, first of all the iron It’s got the low tone – the mid tone and the high tone Once again iron Mid tone High tone So when you’re out in the field you really want to be listening out for the mid and the high tones That’s a strange one that’s the mid almost crossing over to the high tone So that could mean the target is falling in that range or it could mean the target is quite deep Scrape of the foot – No it is still there.
So here we go There’s a piece of junk perhaps, wait a minute no look Tweezers, I wonder if they are Roman So why is the orx got two gold modes and two coin modes why doesn’t it just have four coin modes well, the gold market worldwide is Absolutely massive and there’s a few single frequency machines out there which are dedicated the gold hunting and XP wanted to tap into this market because they have so much more to offer For a start a lot of people go gold hunting and they like a machine that will go into a rucksack And the ORX just folds down to virtually nothing and it deploys in seconds So this is going to be a big advantage for the gold hunter and also with the elliptical coil It goes up to 80 kilohertz once again perfect for the gold hunter So that’s what we’ve got two gold modes in the ORX So the gold hunter can go out and look for gold and another day they might want to go out and look for coins.
So Versatility here is the name of the game Hopefully later on in the series I really enjoy using this setup. So first of all, let’s go into program number one Gold Hit the menu sensitivity 95 not going to touch that frequency 31.3 I’m going to leave that as well reactivitity – Personally, I’d go up a couple of notches because there’s some iron around here. So I’m going to use reactivity 3 Go down one more disc IAR that’s called iron amplitude rejection. It goes from 0 to 5 It’s kind of a discrimination So 0 being a all-metal motion mode and 5 having the maximum amount of iron rejection So I’m just going to put that up to five Iron volume and this is new with the ORX Iron volume on so we get a low tone for iron and the threshold now that gives a back ground Carrier as you’re detecting Im going to turn that up a little bit higher than normal because we’re on camera So as you can hear now, we’ve got the hum coming in.
So that’s absolutely perfect We don’t have to do anything else at all. One more thing It’s essential to get an exact ground balanced using the gold program. You’ll hear when I lower the coil to the ground I’m getting a little bit of feedback there now all I have to do is just press the pinpoint button once and That’s grabbed the ground And there we have the low tone which is iron I’m getting a target ID of 2 and The iron probability meter.
now in the Goldfield mode this is where the iron probability meter really comes into play It’s right at the top I’ve just walked over this little patch You might be able to hear The ground is changed a little bit still using the gold program So we need to recalibrate the machine by just pumping it and pressing the pinpoint button once the ground grab it When you know, you’ve got it right because both numbers on the screen will correspond Iron ! There’s a good one now, that’s a solid sound It’s repeatable, it’s smooth and I’m getting 74 on the target ID meter Still in there Im going to have a dig Quite a deep one Time for the probe There is Another Roman coin found in Goldfield And that’s using the ORX with a gold program inland The ORX with a gold program is slightly deeper than the discrimination modes Because it uses less filtering and this is why from time to time.