MXT All Pro
The MXT All Pro combines popular new features with the proven, legendary performance of the MXT line — it’s like having three metal detectors in one! You’ll enjoy its all-new keypad, high-efficiency backlight, and Ground Grab settings lock. This favorite comes with a 10” DD search coil
Three separate programs give you versatility with different target responses, display info, and audio frequencies for relics, prospecting, and coins/jewelry.
Relic: Specifically identifies buttons, buckles, and bullets with three options for tone ID.
Prospecting: Iron Grunt for targets for high probability of being iron.
Coin/Jewelry: Coin/jewelry/trash target ID with seven tones telling you the type of target before you dig.
All modes have deep-detection from White’s proven 10” DD Coil, VDI range of -95 to +95, and 3-easy-to-adjust controls:
Gain maximizes sensitivity and depth. Threshold allows you to hunt with a slight hum or hear only the sound of detected targets. Dual control functions differently in each program.
- 3 Complete Separate Programs
- 3 Easy-Adjust Controls
- Automatic Ground Balance
- Backlit Display
- Coin/Jewelry Mode
- Ground Grab
- Prospecting Mode
- Relic Mode
- Tone ID
- Updated Prospecting Mode
- Updated Relic Mode with 3 Ways to Hunt
- Waterproof 9.5" or 10" DD Coil
- Adjustable Length: 46"-53"
- All Metal Audio: Array
- Audio Output: Speaker & 1/4" Headphone
- Batteries: 8 "AA"
- Battery Life: 40
- Disc Audio: All Options
- Optional Coils: Eclipse Family
- Number of Presets: 3
- Frequency: 14 kHz
Recently I got the White’s MXT All Pro. I haven't had a White’s since my early days in my detecting career. I wasn't sure how I would like the MXT, but I am glad I gave it a try. First and foremost, this machine is super easy to set up.
White’s includes a very informative DVD in the box so to be honest, I learned in 45 minutes what would have taken me months to understand.
The two big changes from the MXT and the MXT All Pro was one the lighted display, and two the Double D coil came stock. I am a huge fan of DD coils so this was a plus for me.
First thing I noticed was how quickly the machine ground balanced. With two different ways to hunt with the ground balance. I opted for the ground (not locked) I did notice deeper targets that were almost silent would be "tracked" out if I swung over it repeatedly. White’s simple solution was to hold the Ground Grab button when getting a faint signal. This kept the machine from ground balancing out the deeper fainter target, as it would think it was mineralization.
In the Ground Locked mode (switched to center position) the ground grab is used to periodically re-ground balance the machine on the fly with just a simple press and hold of the button.
I noticed in field hunting, where there wasn't a lot of targets, after ground balancing, I could run the machine in a +2 or even +3 sensitivity setting, which helped getting the most depth out of the machine.
My first actual hunt with the MXT All Pro was at a ghost town that we have been pounding for the last couple of months with our other machines. Being new to the machine, I honestly wasn't expecting to find much.... but I was able to find several items. I noticed how easy it was to pinpoint using the wiggle back method and check that with using the pinpoint trigger…
Another thing that impressed me was the Target ID. Most machines id dies at about 8 inches, depending on soil. I noticed with the MXT All Pro, if I could hear the tone, the screen would give some sort of ID on the screen. That was impressive. The fennel above was at over a foot and we definitely missed it with the other machines. Not sure how but the MXT All Pro found it…
I have taken it to town to do sidewalk right of ways and yards. My very first good old target was this token. If you know me, you know I love tokens. I can tell you I have been over this particular yard with 5 other machines. This was a surprise.
The Davis Drug Co was located in Wichita Kansas on the opposite side of the street from the Frisco Depot. This was an unknown token in the Token Database. So I got to enter a new one... here is the link to see it HERE. I also found several wheats and scored some silver and older coins…
1944 Mercury Dime
1896 V nickel
Broke the 1880's with this 1885 Indian head. Found at a Hobo shanty spot.
I can't really say much about the MXT All Pro that hasn't been already said about it already, other than these finds were made with less than 15 hours of having the machine.. That says a lot. Good luck and Happy Hunting
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