Who wants a SMALL 6” TARSACCI coil and why????

Diggin Dude

Dig we must !
New York

Joined Aug 28 2020

Posted on July 14, 2021 @ 8:46 AM

I know this subject has come up up before but I haven't heard  anything as of late.     I know I really would like to have a small 6" round DD coil for my Tarsacci.  It would really help pick out non-ferrous items in the extra thick ferrous littered sites.   Also..... it would really shine around trees and under bushes!! Come on Dimatar... what are you waiting for??     What say the rest of you?    We want one, correct??      ✌️

Ridge Runner

Have wife with gun must travel so down the road I go
San Antonio Texas

Joined Mar 29 2021

Posted on July 14, 2021 @ 12:37 PM

I too want a small coil. I’m a coin hunter first and then a nugget hunter. 
 For myself I’d like a small elliptical coil about 10 X 5”. I’d use this coin hunting but I really want for testing it in the gold fields to see just how much more the Tarsacci has to offer.

 The two coils offered with the Tarsacci now is just too big and with a small coil you can get in places a big one can’t get.

 If round wins out that 6” coil I can live with. The long nose on a elliptical can still out do a small round one.

 All I can say is you make it I’ll buy it!

 Chuck 

Aaron

TOP MOD
Michigan

Joined May 20 2020

Posted on July 15, 2021 @ 11:57 AM

Yes, a smaller coil, especially a 6” would be great and would be especially nice in heavy iron and or non fe trash. There’s no doubt the smaller coil would also further showcase the TARSACCI’s amazing “see-through” qualities in heavily so called “worked out” Civil War sites that still contain priceless relics that are waiting to see the light of day!

I do believe though, that the question of wether the coil needs to be DD or concentric would depend on the testing Dimitar would probably need to make both prototypes. Finding out which one has the best performance over various terrains as he wouldn’t and couldn’t make both.

Aaron

Ridge Runner

Have wife with gun must travel so down the road I go
San Antonio Texas

Joined Mar 29 2021

In reply to by Aaron
Posted on July 15, 2021 @ 1:41 PM

Aaron  

 I’m a great lover of concentric coils  but that the same time a DD coil can handled some really hot ground that the concentric can’t.

 It’s like you said only testing will tell the tale of what’s best and we all want the best in whatever field you’re hunting in .

 Thanks Aaron for starting up this topic on the wants and need for some of us for a smaller coil.

 I do wish more would chime in to hear their opinion of likes and dislikes.

 I say if we can improve ourselves maybe bye Tarsacci adding a small coil to be used in the field then why not take it.

 If I can get my hands on one I’ll be more than happy to report back on my finding on said coil.

 Chuck 

 

Aaron

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Michigan

Joined May 20 2020

Posted on July 18, 2021 @ 8:49 AM

It’s worth mentioning that if you have both TARSACCI coils and have not used the stock 11x9” coil lately, try going back to the stock coil, especially in a trashy site. I recently brought the stock coil to a late 1800’s homesite. Back then, especially in this area, people buried A LOT of trash. Knowing this, I elected to go with the stock coil ahead of time. This site like the others was no different and filled w A LOT of buried debris. One big difference I noticed with the stock coil compared to the BEAST is the target separation and sharp target report that the BEAST has OVER the stock coil. If you’ve spent enough time w both coils, you know what I’m talking about.

Keith and I have talked about this MANY times and I have to agree w him. According to Keith, the big difference between the 2 coils is simply the BEAST is ROUND. The round coils are always going to go deeper than the elliptical. Yes I know, the elliptical are great for trash. However, this is NOT the case w all machines as is the case w the Tarsacci.

And for example, one of my favorite older machines the XP GOLDMAXX Pro. I have EVERY coil made for that detector (all 3 NEL coils, 2 are elliptical) also, I have the XP 9x4. Guess what? Out of all the coils it’s the stock 9” round coil that works the best!

The Multi Domain Tech does not work like most machines and as demonstrated in many videos. You have to remember that it works in many cases, completely different. 

Soooo, my whole point in this long post is simply that the round coil in the case of the Tarsacci, seems to REALLY enhance the performance. If you don’t believe me, compare the 2 coils side by side over the same area. That BEAST coil offers a lot more than just more depth. Like Keith says, “if Dimitar could just get a small “6 round coil out, who knows how MANY old sites could be unlocked!”

HH! Aaron

Ridge Runner

Have wife with gun must travel so down the road I go
San Antonio Texas

Joined Mar 29 2021

In reply to by Aaron
Posted on July 18, 2021 @ 9:22 AM

Aaron  

 No I don’t have the stock coil and the size of it is not a lot of difference than the beast coil only the beast is just a lot better coil to start with. I have the ORX and I have both HF coils and the 9” round is a better coil of the two. It’s just a elliptical nose can get In places a round one can’t. If both are made I’ll buy both.

 Thanks for your reply.

 Chuck 

gman

Mass /NH seacoast
United States

Joined Feb 1 2021

Posted on July 24, 2021 @ 8:47 AM

  As NASA Tom says you don't know what you don't know. A small coil could be amazing on the m d t. Put me down for one

Ridge Runner

Have wife with gun must travel so down the road I go
San Antonio Texas

Joined Mar 29 2021

In reply to by gman
Posted on July 24, 2021 @ 1:14 PM

gman

 If people would just read the response on how happy everyone who bought the 10X5 Equinox coil and the great depth it’s getting would want the same for the Tarsacci.

 You take a small coil and compress all that power with even more separation than the beast you can’t help but like it.

 Aaron said he’d go for a 6” round coil because it will get more depth but I don’t believe that will hold true unless it’s a concentric coil. A concentric coil will out shine a DD unless it’s in high mineralized  ground. It’s never been said if the Tarsacci can use a concentric coil. If it can’t then you would be better off with a DD 10X5 . My reasoning why I say this it’s almost as wide as the small round coil but it gives you more coverage on each swing because of its length .

 Unless the powers that me is not reading this and other post here then all is lost.

 The Best To All!

 Chuck 

gman

Mass /NH seacoast
United States

Joined Feb 1 2021

Posted on July 24, 2021 @ 6:12 PM

I'm not locked into one specific size. I don't have the 11 * 9 just the Beast 12 and it's a great coil.

  That would be the tricky part for R & D. To develop one with a reasonably small footprint but yet not give up too much depth and maintain excellent separation. Unfortunately that's where it gets expensive

Aaron

TOP MOD
Michigan

Joined May 20 2020

Posted on July 25, 2021 @ 2:58 PM

Chuck,

It’s highly unlikely Dimitar would choose to make a 10x6” coil which so close to dimensions of the already 11x9” stock.

There’s a definite difference in performance between the stock coil and the BEAST coil, and it’s NOT just depth. The BEAST is definitely better at separation in iron, it also hits harder on targets on edge, just to mention a few. Talking w Keith on this subject we both have come to the same conclusion that, (without going into to many details) the big difference is it’s ROUND. 

And,,,,to be PERFECTLY honest guys, it makes ABSOLUTELY no difference what we think, ROUND or ELLIPTICAL, Dimitar is going to build what he thinks is BEST!

Lets just keep lobbying for a SMALL-er coil!

HH! Aaron

Ridge Runner

Have wife with gun must travel so down the road I go
San Antonio Texas

Joined Mar 29 2021

In reply to by Aaron
Posted on July 25, 2021 @ 3:29 PM

Aaron  

 Thanks for your reply and I will keep lobbying for a small coil. I’m not sure but I may order the stock coil to give it a try in the gold field’s at a later date. That’s when I see myself headed that way but for now the beast coil I guess you could call my go to coil. That statement is based on its the only one I got for my Tarsacci.. I love it!

 Chuck