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CS2MX to replace the 3MXI

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CS2MX to replace the 3MXI

Post by norfolkbill on Wed Mar 02, 2016 4:15 am

I see Kris did a revue on the 2MX and i understand they are taking the place of the 3MXI ,Has anyone used one over any length of time ,will they be as good as the 3MX and what is the difference between the two detectors.

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Re: CS2MX to replace the 3MXI

Post by sandcscan on Fri Apr 29, 2016 3:06 am

Watched the two videos of new cs2mx and am very interested in this machine, the test seems to suggest more depth than 3mx ? A slight puzzle though, is that there is an excellent old model also called cs2mx? Is that just me confused again? Lol .

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Re: CS2MX to replace the 3MXI

Post by sandcscan on Fri Apr 29, 2016 8:11 pm

Did call CS to ask about new 2mx. It is re-release of 3mx with hard wired coil, which is good news for those of us who do not wish to change coils. Coils on both models , old and new, are fully submersible, being filled with two-pack sealer. The 3mxi pro has slightly re-arranged circuit board to allow for toggle switch pinpoint , control box mounted under shaft and with dd coil. A very well sorted and ergonomically impeccable machine. The very best! :-)

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