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788ci HD DI width of coverage


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By n brocato - Posted on 22 November 2010

Anyone have an idea of the width of coverage on the new 2011 DI units? I have told there are three width settings. Comments please.

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Here is where I have found the best reading info that explains the difference in DI and 2d sonar and the beams used to get the wider coverage. http://www.jasonhalfenoutdoors.com/downimagingfish.html

Ray

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Ray,
Thanks for sending the article, very informative.

N Brocato

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