I have nearly 20 hours under my belt with the Tarsacci and must say the more I use it the more it seems draw me in with its simple yet very effective set up.
I played about with a number of settings and frequencies over the weekend and although nothing of much interest was found I did dig over 250 non ferrous targets over the course of the two sessions we had this weekend.
I ran my salinity at 41 in 18khz and did notice that the machine seemed more settled. I did notice that the target sizes increased slightly from when I ran my salinity at 25 in 18khz last weekend. Is this coincidence or is there anything in this? I still dug some fairly small pieces but compared to last weekend the targets seemed to be slightly bigger in general.
I used 9khz and 12khz for a while too and still managed some fairly small pieces in both, however I was unsure of where the sweet spot is for these lower frequencies are as general rule of thumb? I ran both with the Salinity set at 31 and they both seemed okay. I also noticed that 9khz behaved a lot better in the iron than 12khz? I know from Dave H's videos on un maksing with 9khz that it seems to do very well in the iron.....
I was searching the same field as last weekend that was stubble and has now been pressed and drilled. My partner was using her Deus and with HF coil at 15 kHz and she's ran absolute circles round me on the finds front, but I'm not sure whether that's just fluke or because the Deus is renown to perform well in slightly airiated soil?
My settings were,
Disc - 25
9, 12 & 18khz
Salinity 41 @18khz and 31 @9&12khz
Trh - 4
GB came in slightly lower at 675 ish as opposed to last week around 700 when the field was in stubble.
Any feedback greatly appreciated