Does anyone know the best place to buy the book Digging deeper with the DFX or Understanding the DFX? Thanks. I recently started coinshooting in Houston Texas with a DFX. Still using the canned programs, and at old sites here in town I and find lots of clad. Digging Deeper with the DFX. By: Jeff Foster. pages. “Digging Deeper with the DFX” is a valuable reference for those who want to get more from the White’s .

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deeprr Results 1 to 11 of Digging Deeper with the DFX. Still using the canned programs, and at old sites here in town I and find lots of clad but hardly any silver.

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I am pretty sure the problem is I can’t get good signals deep enough. Things are either sinking or the soil level thr rising or both. Using the coins or coins and jewelry programs I can find pennys and dimes inches max before the VDI can’t give a good id of the target.

Can someone recommend a good program that maximizes depth and also is still good at target identification?

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By the way, I ordered the book Digging Deeper, but it hasn’t arrived yet. Welcome to the forum Fred,,If you have bumped up your AC, DC, and PAG to all your ground will handle, mixed mode will give you what your looking for if you can handle all the extra noise. Ineptocracy [in-ep-toc’-ra-cy] – a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.


There are three classes of people: They are all proven performers If there’s anything I hate worse than diggin’ pulltabs, its missin’ a gold ring. I looked at all the DFX programs in the Programs listing. I don’t see any that indicate they are to improve deeeper.

Originally Posted by Winmeek. I understand thhe as a differing equation for each different hunting area. Understanding how to work with these using the choices afforded by the DFX is where you will get that max depth. But this takes time to learn.

One of the best suggestions I have ever read on all these forums is to plant a digigng garden. Use these “known targets” to improve your abilities to adjust the DFX for the conditions in your garden. In doing this you will be better able to adjust your DFX in the field, for the conditions of the site you are searching Also for depth you will want to look at the Bottlecap Reject setting that Jeff Foster uses in his programs on pages 81 – All these Bottlecap Reject settings are the same.

This will help with depth also.

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Also the top paragraph on page Good luck and have fun. Last edited by DFX Wannabee; at The ability to learn may be my greatest asset. Thanks for the pointers – I will review those parts of the book and see what I can do.


So far, I have not had what I consider success. Let’s take the coin hunting program as an example. I am getting reliable hits and good identification on the VDI down to say 3 inches. If I use the “Deep Silver” program I maybe get another inch.

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At that depth I am still thr clad coins and aluminum cans. If I try to push the settings farther, the machine gets unstable, or identification goes to pot, or I get all kinds of false readings.

I went to the local Houston club meeting and no one there uses a DFX. If there is a DFXer in the neighborhood, I would like to meet up and see how well they can get their machine to work.

I do not see anything particularly unusual about the dirt here in Houston that could contribute to the problem, the soil is acidic and is a lot of organic matter in the soil and natural composting which means things dxf buried deep fast. Welcome to the forum Fred. I wish you well and happy hunting.

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