the new coinmaster

pennystock

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#43
Now thats a great idea camo. My goats are always finding stuff I would rather they leave alone.
i think there are screws in the control box and they are sealed up with hard rubber pushed in there....or is that the old coinmasters...i know the old ones had them...but i thought i saw a pic of the new ones with them too....
 
#44
I can't get into the controls with out un- screwing the cover. I think it best not to mess, White's is in Oregon and my dealer would step in to help if I had a problem.
 

JunkIronKid

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#45
i think there are screws in the control box and they are sealed up with hard rubber pushed in there....or is that the old coinmasters...i know the old ones had them...but i thought i saw a pic of the new ones with them too....
Them little hard rubber plugs are a bugger to get out, too. If it's got a screw on it, I'm gonna have to give it a twist and see what it does. I took the plugs out of my (now Deb's) Prizm V and twisted on the pots up in there. After I got it out of whack a couple of times and had quarters soundin' like iron and pennies soundin' like pulltabs, I finally got it back the way it was supposed to be and gained about two inches on everything, with everything ringin' right.
 

westgateblvd

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#48
I like mine when I was able to use it. Not enough time. Now the ground is frozen. I like it when you do come across a target, and you can stop it and still see the target.
 

westgateblvd

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#49
Seeing that we don't have any snow here. Even though the ground is still frozen. I could go out and if I run across wny good targets. I could mark them and come back after the ground thaws..
 
#50
I have the new Coinmaster Pro and I bought my wife the new Ace 250 last month. Both are great machines but I prefer the CMP as it has the easier to read display. It does have Tone ID on this model, you can have the simple ding or switch to tone ID with the push of a button. Love the quick notch features on the CMP; all metal to no trash in four button pushes.
 
#51
This is something that I have noticed about my Coinmaster that only the more expensive detectors have.
It grunts! I know what you guys are thinking! but really......when I swing it over sheet metal, the tone changes from that beep sound to a low grunt sound. Don't laugh Majakldragon, it's not one of my goats in the background! try it!..........it's not a pro, I'll bet they all do that !......try it!
 

Echostar61

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#52
This is something that I have noticed about my Coinmaster that only the more expensive detectors have.
It grunts! I know what you guys are thinking! but really......when I swing it over sheet metal, the tone changes from that beep sound to a low grunt sound. Don't laugh Majakldragon, it's not one of my goats in the background! try it!..........it's not a pro, I'll bet they all do that !......try it!
I know that sound the Prizm made that sound too . Sounded like a goose honking
 
#53
I know that sound the Prizm made that sound too . Sounded like a goose honking
Yes! And another thing that is nice about Coinmaster is that it's easier to handle then my E-Trac (it weighs less) and will only hunt to about 8 inches ! No more digging to China for that pull tab! At this rate I'll end up duct taping my Pro Pointer to a stick so the finds will all be with in 2 inches!
 

steve07

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#55
I have a small request when posting info on this machine, please signify which one you are talking about, the Coinmaster ($179 msrp) or Coinmaster Pro ($279 msrp)?
I want to find out more about the Coinmaster ($179 msrp) as this one I may be able to save enough money to get it (I have to save my pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters...)?
 
#56
I have a small request when posting info on this machine, please signify which one you are talking about, the Coinmaster ($179 msrp) or Coinmaster Pro ($279 msrp)?
I want to find out more about the Coinmaster ($179 msrp) as this one I may be able to save enough money to get it (I have to save my pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters...)?
Sorry Steve, I would have answered sooner but I haven't been around lately.
The machine I have in the barn is the $179 Coinmaster. And lately it has been used more then my e-trac. Not that I don't like the e-trac, it's just that I have found that over the years of detecting I realised most of my finds were less then five inches deep. Many finds were just below the surface.

.......And DBG ! ....in my humble opinion, if I could only have one detector, it would be my Garrett Pro pointer !
 
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