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6MX on the beach

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6MX on the beach

Post by Admin on Thu Jun 19, 2014 8:29 am

My CS4PI will need to be repaired, so I went out on the beach with the 6MX tonight. I really tried to stick with it, but didn't have much luck. Turned sensitivity down, but it just chattered and chattered.

It gets better the further you go up the beach, but I really can't handle it on the wet stuff Sad

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Re: 6MX on the beach

Post by whatunearth on Fri Jun 20, 2014 4:42 am

Admin wrote:My CS4PI will need to be repaired, so I went out on the beach with the 6MX tonight.  I really tried to stick with it, but didn't have much luck.  Turned sensitivity down, but it just chattered and chattered.

It gets better the further you go up the beach, but I really can't handle it on the wet stuff Sad

You try playing with the ground balance?
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Re: 6MX on the beach

Post by Admin on Fri Jun 20, 2014 5:34 am

Nah, it won't matter. It goes crazy even with sensitivity at 0. Ground balancing won't help, as it's not designed to be used on wet sand.


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Re: 6MX on the beach

Post by miss a lot on Sun Jun 22, 2014 6:51 am

Set ground at auto . turn sens to 5 or so . Then turn your headphones volume down some ,after 10 mins you will get used to the chatter . But some beaches are way to bad to work on .

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Re: 6MX on the beach

Post by Admin on Sun Jun 22, 2014 6:56 am

Will try it!

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