Garrett Z-Link wireless headphone system, back in stock

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    Garrett Z-Lynk Wireless Metal Detector Headphone System
    Z-Lynk Wireless Headphone System is 6 Times Faster than Bluetooth.
    The Garrett Z-Lynk Wireless Headphone System gives you freedom of using headphones, without being tied to your metal detector by wires. Plus, it has lightning-fast speed of up to 6 times faster than Bluetooth speed, and 4 times faster than other wireless headphone kits.
    Recharge the Z-Lynk transmitter and receiver modules with the supplied cables by attaching them to a laptop, your vehicle’s USB port, or a phone charger’s USB power block.
    Each module has an Auto-Off_ function that will switch off power after 30 minutes of inactivity.
    *Note: Z-Lynk Wireless Headphone System requires use of headphones with 1/4" headphone jack connector.
    What's Included:
    • WT-1 wireless transmitter
    • WR-1 wireless receiver
    • Two USB charging cables
    • 1/4" headphone jack cable
    • Mounting band
    • Carrying case

    Features:
    • Speed : 17 millisecond delay (6 times faster than Bluetooth)
    • Operating Frequency : 2.4 GHz band frequency hopping
    • Environmental : Water resistant; do not submerge. WR-1 (receiver): IP 52: protects against light rain. WT-1 (transmitter): IP 64: protects against heavy rain.
    • Battery type : Rechargeable Lithium Ion
    • Operating time : 30 hours per charge (approx.)
    • Warranty : 2 years, limited parts and labor
    • Freedom : All the bene_fits of using headphones, without being tied to your metal detector.
    • Lightning-fast speed : Near-zero delay (17-milliseconds) from your detector to your headphones. Six times faster than Bluetooth speed, and up to four times faster than other wireless headphone kits.
    • Versatility : Nearly universal; designed to work with most detector brands and most wired headphones.
    • Frequency-Hopping Technology : Creates an in_finite number of channels to prevent interference with nearby headphones and wireless devices.
    Extended Hunting Time : Get up to 30 hours of operation per charge. Recharge the Z-Lynk modules with any micro-USB charging port—on your laptop, in your car, or with a USB power block such as a smartphone charger.
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    $127.45 free shipping
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    Questions, email us at windycitydetectors@yahoo.com
    You can purchase by making payment via paypal to windycitydetectors@yahoo.com
    If another payment method is required contact us at windycitydetectors@yahoo.com
     

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    I have an AT Pro. Looks like if I wanted this I would have to procure another set of headphones? Does this system work well? You have my interest up so far.
     
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    Been a week now with no reply, scratching that one off my list.
     
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    OK I didn't know that. I posted 13 days after they did so I guess I missed it by a few days. Thanks Chuck.
     
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    I think his business is internet only now.

    Will this work on minelab explorer?
     
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    Expensive ... it is not worth the money.
     
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    Thank you. Appreciate the feedback.
     
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    You are probably correct my friend.
     
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    It is pricey but the stress I get at times with the headphone cord being to short.
     
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    Expensive to me is like buying a Deus or CTX 3030 or E-Trac. Upgrading current equipment isn't as bad so I thought if it would work I would look into it. I still would like my question answered if possible.
     

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