The Deteknix Wireless headphones are designed to be used on any detector that has a normal headphone jack socket. Adapters are included to use on 3.5mm and 6.35mm jacks. These headphones will also work with many makes of Garrett if they use the standard jack plug socket.
Adapters are available from Garrett dealers to enable owners of the Garrett AT Pro & AT Gold plus the ATX detectors to also use this kit.
(We now have the Garrett version of the Headphone wireless set in stock. Slightly higher price than the standard set because of the expensive Garrett waterproof plug needed on the transmitter. This set is on a seperate listing on our website for Garrett AT owners.)
The Foldable headphones have volume control and come in a nice zippered hard case which also holds the tiny transmitter, two USB charging cables and the jack adapters.
Two Rubber bands are also included in the kit but a much better way of attaching the transmitter under your detector handle is to use male and female sticky back Velcro strip. As well as being safer its much easier to take your transmitter off and take indoors to charge.
The Transmitter and headphones are both now charged by a mini USB cable like the latest smart phones. Usable life when fully charged is claimed to be six hours but users are regularly getting 8 hours plus in the field. They can be easily charged up on longer sessions by a quick top up through a car cigarette lighter USB adapter or one of the latest USB charger / battery storers that carry enough power to even charge a deus or several mobile phones. Get a 12v plug that has two USB sockets in it similar to the one people get for using from their mains socket at home. Better to charge two at once.
Signal lag is extremely minimal, in fact unnoticeable. Sound reproduction is excellent with this unit as is the build and comfort.
This product is delivered free in the UK by Royal mail signed for first class post. All other areas will attract an extra postage charge in the checkout.
Videos on this product below from Digger Dan and M Rix.
Please note that the charging method on the transmitter in the videos has now been changed on the latest version from the magnetic charger shown to the better more positive mini usb socket.