The components include the Echomap Uhd 64Cv. With Bluechart G3. The Gt 24Uhd-Tm Transducer, Power/Data Cable, and Flush Mount are for the U.S. Bright, Sunlight-readable 6” combo. There is a GT 24 transducer for high-definition scanning and a high wide CHIRP traditional sonar. LakeV G3 inland maps have up to 1' of a lake in their coverage. Network support for autopilot, fusion-link audio system and engine data is provided by Nmea 2000 and NMEA 0183. The quick-release bail mount is easy to use. The quick-release bail mount is easy to use.
👤I mounted it with a rotating puck and the brackets are flimsy, I'm worried it's going to vibrate too much when I bang through chop in my classic whaler. Anyone who's ever ridden a classic whaler in chop knows what I'm talking about. We haven't had it on the water yet. I'm worried about it. It might have to be reinforced. It was kind of odd. My 1994 Humminbird was replaced by this. Bombproof screen. I can't compare the fish finder features to anything else, but they seem amazing to me, given what I'm used to. The charts look great. The charts I've been using from the NOAA are not as good. It's got a depth map for almost every lake around me. It's perfect for an inland fisherman. I was able to modify the chart display and set routes. The bells and whistles are crazy. I have a phone that I use for everything, but I also have an SD card that I put in it to save my depth data, and now I'm thinking about new boat upgrades, like an NEXA2000 RPM interface for my classic outboard and anAIS radio. I mostly bought it for the chartplotter and fish finder capabilities, which are outstanding so far.
👤We don't take the boat out without it. The maps are very accurate and the lake has a lot of submerged timber and sand bars.
👤I use the garmin 63cv for the maps and the smaller ff on my kayak. I fine the fish just as I do the extension.
👤It is very easy to use. Lowrance 5x was junk.
👤You can see the screen in the sun light.
👤Easy install and clear instructions make it work. It was a good experience, better than I expected.
👤The directions are hard to understand. The technical writing needs to be changed. The unit is easy to install.
The Panoptix LiveScope scanning sonar system is supported by the 12” touchscreen combo. The Blue Chart g3 coastal charts and LakeVu g3 inland maps are pre-installed with auto guidance, but are not replacements for safe navigation operations. Share routes and waypoints with other units. There are also 7” and 9” units. Quickdraw Contours mapping software instantly creates personalized fishing maps on-screen with 1's as you fish. The free ActiveCaptain app pairs with wi-fi.
The display has a control knob. The U.S. LakeV HD maps and Blue Chart g2 charts are loaded. A high-sensitivity internal 10 Hz gps and GLONASS receiver. There is a built-in single channel CHIRP sideV. Panoptix support and scanning sonar are sold separately.
👤It is a huge benefit when fishing. The view, brightness of the screen and typical ease of use make this a fish killing machine. It doesn't need a black box to handle down and side views. I have two of these and I am very happy. You will be so happy to buy it.
👤This unit does not have a transducer. The screen cover does not fit the unit.
👤This unit is a nice one.
The 7” touchscreen is bright and Sunlight-readable. There is an optional GT54 transducer that can be used for ultra High-Definition clearer and Ultra High-Definition SideV scanning sonars. LakeV G3 inland maps have up to 1' of a lake in their coverage. Panoptix live Scope is supported. Other units with similar capabilities are ECHOMAP Plus, ECHOMAP UHD and ECHOMAP Ultra.
👤The transducer is not in the box, but the details are. The whole purchase is pointless because of this. The included components are: LakeV g3 for U.S., 8-pin transducer to 12-pin sounder adapter cable, power/data cable, tilt/swivel mount with quick release cradle, protective cover, and Hardware.
👤Fishing becomes a video game. Put the fish on the hook. This is a great system. I tried the other big names but chose to use the newer and more expandable Garmin. The system is solid.
The Clear Vu scanning sonar shows you more of what is in the water around your boat, it gives near photographic images with detailed representations of objects, structure and fish. The power of simple is easy to use and has a water rating of IPX7. The maximum depth is 1,600 feet freshwater, 750 feet saltwater, and the current draw is. Ampere. A continuous sweep of frequencies by Chirp Sonar gives a wider range of information and it is able to create better fish arches. The classic flasher format is ideal for ice fishing or vertical jigging. The display size is 1.9 x 2.9 inches and 3.5 inches diagonal.
👤This isn't portable. I bought it for my kayak and didn't read the reviews. It needs a 12v battery, or you can buy a nocqua battery pack for an extra $90+ with additional cables. The mount can't be mounted to a kayak without additional mounting brackets. The screen isn't waterproof and may get splashed if it is taken out into saltwater. It's perfect for pond fishing. You'll spend more than $200k to get it powered and mounted. I returned it.
👤I would highly recommend this system for boaters who travel. I used it for the first time on a 10 mile canoe trip and I couldn't be happier with its performance. I was able to plot my course on a paper map to get the coordinates of each leg, and then add all the waypoint coordinates into the unit the night before creating a route. The gps unit kept track of where I was, how long it would take to get to the next waypoint, and how long it would take to get to the final destination. Our speed is very important for trip planning. I use two boats, one is a row boat for fishing and the other is a canoe where I mounted the transducer in the hull using a foam mounting piece. The fish finder worked well in both cases and I can swap it between the two. It would not be difficult to permanently mount the unit if I used the same method I use to make it swappable between the boats. You can adjust the base to face any direction. The garmin had no problems in the rain. It held up well. If you don't need to use waypoints or use a fish finder for local lakes, this is probably overkill. If you're looking for a great gps and fish finder in one, this is a fantastic unit and I highly recommend it. A quick note about my setup, I built a battery box. I know there are premade battery boxes that are more compact and hardy than the one I built. You will need to explore power options and be able to wire the unit. I like the flexibility.
👤The interface is very easy to use. It works as I had hoped. There are two points that seem to be ignored. The unit has to be connected to a power supply that has a car battery in it. If you plan to use it in a kayak, you need a power source. The screen/keyboard unit is not water resistant. If there is a chance of rain or spray you need a bag or something to cover it.
👤The gps fish finder is very sensitive to depth reading with tenths of a foot accuracy, and it seems to be working well. The construction details indicate a limited lifetime is expected when compared to my last one which had a really tight screw on the connectors and was very small and soft. The pins are very small and they have a slight chamfer to indicate how to insert the two plugs. The way the "head" unit is attached to the base is very vulnerable. It is almost impossible to put the head unit into the base without the holder being out. These connections are easily disrupted or separated. The system allows for the head unit to be tipped in the base, but it is very easy to remove if any effort is made on the unit. It's very easy to be ripped off by a thief. The screen is invisible in the sunlight, which is not cool, and it disappears very easily. Without the shadow of a bimini, it would be hard to read the display in bright sunlight. My old display of back and white was a pleasure to read in any light. The unit works well, but I'm worried about its longevity.
The echo series 500 W 4-pin transducer has an operating Frequency of 77 to 200 kHz, a beam width of 45 to 15 degrees, and mounts on a 0 to 70 degree transom. When using with a 6-pin sounder, the transducer cable part number is required. When using with the echo MAP 50s/70s, the transducer cable part number is required. The package weight is 1.0 lbs. It is compatible with echoMAP CHIRP 42dv, 43dv, 44dv,45dv,/52dv, 53dv,54dv, and Striker.
👤I don't have a lot of experience with transducers, so I can't say if this one is good or bad. It seems to be accurate on the depth. I'm using this with a portable unit. I damaged the wire on the last one and it stopped working, but it's the one that comes with it.
👤The design of the transom does not fit this, but it is not the fault of the manufacturer. It was easy to return and I appreciate that kind of service. This would be great on a boat other than my fish and ski boat.
👤I was Hooked up to my navigation device. Mounted on a motor. Never missed a beat from the original.
👤I need a 6 pin transducer. I was able to place the correct order by reading the reviews where the product number was announced. I had a problem figuring out what to buy.
👤It's perfect for my strikers.
👤As described. The parts needed to attach the boat are included.
A 10-inch color display has a control knob. The U.S. Lakev HD maps and blue Chart g2 charts are loaded. The max power usage is 32.4 Watt. Current draw at 12 VDC is 1.9 A. A high-sensitivity internal 10 Hz gps receiver. There is a built-in single channel CHIRP SideV. Panoptix support and scanning sonar are sold separately.
👤The unit I bought was for the console. I bought a 93sv unit to put on the front of the boat, it has more value than the 1042xsv. It is easier to navigate through the menus on the 93sv. I thought the unit was a touch screen. It is not. The 93sv is $400 cheaper than the previous model. This unit is not good.
👤The description is not correct. It states that there is a transducer with high wide CHIRP, 250 W and CHIRP ClearV/ SideV, 455/800, 350 W. It doesn't. There is a false advert.
👤Does not come with a memory card and insists on one before it will work with Active Captain. You can save yourself a step and buy a chartplotter now.
👤The product arrived on time.
👤Go for the touch screen. Menus are difficult to navigate.
👤When the transducer does not, why doesn't Amazon clean up the misleading statement?
The 9” touchscreen is bright and sunlight-readable. The included transducer has a 20% greater range. It's easy to distinguish targets and structure from the scans. LakeV g3 inland maps have up to 1 contours and cover more than 18,000 lakes. Panoptix LiveScope is supported. Users can share their data with other ECHOMAP units. Network support for autopilot, engine data, and heading sensors is provided by the NMEA 2000 and 0183.
👤This unit costs $100 more than it does by buying it directly from Garmin. The maps chip costs an additional $150. You can buy the 93 model directly from Garmin. The seller refused to leave.
👤Approaching a reef is a guessing game. The older legacy 2010C has a compass and a distance indicator on the screen, but you can't combine them. Instead, they put a silly compass rose over your chart, expecting you to zero in on your reef while the rose and the little boat symbol spins. It was hard to find a reef with all the junk on the screen. I guess you can buy one for the compass and the other for the sonar. The touch screen operation requires many clicks to get to the screen of your choice, and it's menu deep as well. You only have four buttons to save favorites once you select a few. I'm a lifetime fan of Garmin and this unit is a two thumbs down for me.
👤There are a lot of good things about this fish finder. The screen is perfect.
👤Great product. It is easy to install and use. The choice was for the gulf of Mexico. Make sure you verify the maps you need.
👤I love the touch screen. It is very easy to use. I've owned a few of them and this is my favorite.
👤The install only involved running the cable. You need the tools to run a cable through the hollow walls. It worked great when I used a Stern Saver. It was easy to navigate and set up for what I wanted after it turned on.
👤The fish finder is amazing. It is very easy to use and base maps are very accurate.
👤The sonar features are the most interesting part of the season so far and I absolutely love them. If you are not a handy person, you can get it professionally installed, but make sure you have room to mount it, as the transducer mounts directly to the boat, and you have to connect a few wires. I have an extra mount for the 95echomap that says "swerve in the description", even though they don't make one for it. You can find video reviews on the models you like. The active captain app is on my phone. You can pre plan trips and check one of the 13000 Canadian lakes if you buy a 32gigabyte card. It takes a long time to figure out a lot of features.
👤Is it possible to have a comprehension of the méthode de remboursement car?
👤Love the dual purpose charts. Really pleased with the unit.
The 7” touchscreen is bright and Sunlight-readable. There is a GT54 transducer for ultra High-Definition clearer and Ultra High-Definition SideV scanning sonars. LakeV G3 inland maps have up to 1' of a lake in their coverage. Panoptix live Scope is supported. Other units with similar capabilities are ECHOMAP Plus, ECHOMAP UHD and ECHOMAP Ultra.
👤I ran my wires through the boat for over two hours and came to the realization that there was no screw on the cord. The power cord is fine, but I am worried that when I bounce on the lake, the power cord will come out of my locator and I will have to send it back. Would look to see how we could fix it. Thanks.
👤Wrong area navigation. I had to purchase a new memory card for $120.
👤The upgrade for 44cv was installed on PA14. Plug and play conversion is easy. Graphics in Traditional Sonar are very good. Side View and Clear View can't work for me. I bought this because I thought I was getting the right transducer.
👤A great depth finder. It's easy to use and it has great features. I bought it for fishing. I'm very pleased with the garmin echomap.
👤The price of the product went down after I bought it. When the price dropped, part hadn't even shipped. I'm loving my new gps/fish finder.
👤The 2016 73SV model has a larger screen image.
👤The product is a decent price. It works very well.
The dual-beam transducer with the traditional sonar is included. You can use the built-in mapping software to create and store maps with up to 2 million acres. You can use built-in gps to mark routes and view boat speed. The 4.3” display is bright and Sunlight-readable. Every fishing environment has a rugged design. Transmit power: 200 W (RMS) and frequencies: 50/77/83/200 kHz.
👤I didn't have the chance to enjoy it. The device malfunctioned after only a couple of times, and I won't be able to use it again. I've tried to get in touch with the support of the company, but every time they let me wait for a response, it didn't help with my device. Since I first addressed them, nothing has happened. The product is nice, so it's too bad. Good features and affordable. The service was the worst ever. I'm very disappointed.
👤Great fish finder! It's perfect for my kayak use.
👤The unit is very easy to use and the display has no issues in direct sunlight. I like the automatic night mode for low light use. I am using a kayak.
👤If you use this in saltwater, be careful. I had to replace the power cable after 3 months because the connection melted. The push connections in the back of the unit are not waterproof. After I installed the unit, I coated it with grease, took it off my kayak, cleaned and stored it in a dry place, but I still have to clean the pins periodically. The transducer is flush on the PDL. The unit works well at depths to 120 feet and I have no problems finding structure or bait with it.
👤I bought it for ice fishing. The portable kit came from the same company. The unit did a great job on the ice. I was in 30 feet of water and set the transducer to 200kHz. I have a flasher that I normally use for ice fishing, but I used the graph with A-Scope instead, because I thought that was what I would use on this one. I liked how I watched the fish react to me jigging. The standard boat transducer was used. I'm not sure if I'll buy the ice transducer from Garmin. The one that came with it was very good. It picked up on the fish. The screen is very bright. The screen is large enough that I had no issues with it. I decided to use the portable kit from Garmin for open water fishing. The Striker Plus 4 worked well. I used it on my father-in-law's boat which already has a fish finder. The Humminbird interfered with me but I was able to see everything that the Humminbird did. The mapping feature on the Garmin seemed to do a great job for me. I did not get to map a lot of the lake because it is over 1200 acres, but I did get to look at the map. You would expect the gps to work well. I am very pleased with the device. Plus 4. The 4 inch screen was too small for me. The 5 inch would be better. Since I didn't have enough money to buy the 5 inch model, I had to get the 4 inch model which is larger and more suited for ice fishing. I can use it for open water too, even though it costs less than a new flasher. It is just as good as your standard ice fishing flasher.
Clear V SCANNING SONAR shows you more of what is in the water around your boat, it gives near photographic images with detailed representations of objects, structure and fish. The device is easy to use and install, and has a water rating of IPX7. The way point map has a maximum depth of 1,600 feet freshwater, 750 feet saltwater and a current draw of. Ampere. Product 1: CHIRP SONAR CHIRP sends a continuous sweep of frequencies which provides a wider range of information. Product 2. For use with sealed lead acid batteries. Product 2 is a single stage charger. Product 2: Alligator clips. Product 2: 6V/12V switchable single-stage.
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