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Building a sensitive metal detector is not that hard after all
posted January 19 2015 19:26.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




In this video, electronicsNmore will teach you step by step how to make your own DIY metal detector and seek treasures in your backyard. And as it proves, it is not that hard at all! The schematic is quite simple and so is the build. Enjoy



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