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Old 11-30-2021, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by atomicbrh View post
I think "multi frequency" is not the same as "simultaneous multi frequency".
Fisher might have "dual" but not "multi".
The Fishers with "dual" as in 2 frequencies weighed over 6 pounds according to Fisher's own specs.
Twice the weight of the Equinox and Vanquish series detectors.
Yeah if I referenced multi-frequency in any of my above comments I meant simultaneous multi-frequency machines.

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Old 11-30-2021, 06:59 PM
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Originally Posted by The Lama View post
And Fisher has been selling multi frequency detectors before minelab was a company
Minelab introduced the Minelab Eureka Ace Dual at 8 kHz and 19.5 kHz for sale in 1989.
Fisher introduced the Fisher CZ-6 at 5 & 15 kHz for sale in 1991.
Was there a Fisher multi frequency before the CZ-6?
If not, it looks like Minelab beat Fisher by 2 years.

Here is a link to an article with a good list of introduction dates:
https://www.detectorprospector.com/f...ple-frequency/
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Old 11-30-2021, 08:56 PM
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Yeah i was thinking minelab started in 1995 but anyway my point is its not like multi is something new
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Old 12-01-2021, 06:28 AM
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Originally Posted by atomicbrh View post
Minelab introduced the Minelab Eureka Ace Dual at 8 kHz and 19.5 kHz for sale in 1989.
Fisher introduced the Fisher CZ-6 at 5 & 15 kHz for sale in 1991.
Was there a Fisher multi frequency before the CZ-6?
If not, it looks like Minelab beat Fisher by 2 years.

Here is a link to an article with a good list of introduction dates:
https://www.detectorprospector.com/f...ple-frequency/
Fisher was first running 2 frequencies at the same time with the CZ6. The Eureka Ace Dual was a selectable frequency.
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Old 12-01-2021, 11:35 PM
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Originally Posted by atomicbrh: Minelab introduced the Minelab Eureka Ace Dual at 8 kHz and 19.5 kHz for sale in 1989.
Fisher introduced the Fisher CZ-6 at 5 & 15 kHz for sale in 1991.
Was there a Fisher multi frequency before the CZ-6?
If not, it looks like Minelab beat Fisher by 2 years.
The difference is that the Fisher CZ was a "Multi-Frequency" design operating at/with two frequencies, and the Eureka Ace Dual Field was a Selectable Single-Frequency and you picked the one you wanted of the two.

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Old 12-02-2021, 12:28 AM
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I think this argument is based on a definition.

Multi: more than one; many, especially variegated.

So in that definition it is correct. However simultaneous adds another layer.

Simultaneous: occurring, operating, or done at the same time. I would say that answers any questions

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