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The best settings for you will largely depends on ground conditions and the amount of trash / mineralisation and will vary from one field (or beach) to another.
If you have not done so read the manual, then read it again and again. Might sound silly but after reading it 3 times it will all make a lot more sense and you will remember the information when out in the field; where as a single read will not make so much sense and by the time you are out in the field detecting you will not remember it all.
Have a look at this official Garrett page for the 300i, and watch the video (when I started I learnt a lot from the pages for my 250)
http://www.garrett.com/hobbysite/hbby_a ... in_en.aspx
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The main thing is to get out there and see what works for you from trial and error. Sittings will always come down to personal preference.
Practice makes perfect as they say
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