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Old 03-17-2019, 04:52 PM
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Ok guys and gals! I bit the bullet and bought myself a nox800, 6inch coil and a rattler headphone. This was a retierment present for myself My question is, will the rattler be useable with the wireless on the 800? Yes I know the rattler isnt a wireless unit.
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Old 03-17-2019, 04:59 PM
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Ok guys and gals! I bit the bullet and bought myself a nox800, 6inch coil and a rattler headphone. This was a retierment present for myself My question is, will the rattler be useable with the wireless on the 800? Yes I know the rattler isnt a wireless unit.
I just received my 800 Friday. It came with a wireless module to connect wired headphones via Bluetooth.

Congratulations on your new gadget.

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Ok guys and gals! I bit the bullet and bought myself a nox800, 6inch coil and a rattler headphone. This was a retierment present for myself My question is, will the rattler be useable with the wireless on the 800? Yes I know the rattler isnt a wireless unit.
Yes, the EQ800 will come with the WM08 Wireless module that will allow you to use "any" wired headphones with the detector. The caveat is that the WM08 only has a 1/8" jack - I'm not completely familiar with the rattler headphones, but I think they have a 1/4" connector. You'll need to find a good quality 1/4" to 1/8" adapter to complete the setup.

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Hey all, thank you for the infro. Will buy a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter then happy hunting!
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