SVS-760

SI-TEX SVS-760 Dual Frequency Sounder

SI-TEX SVS-760 Dual Frequency Sounder

Description

The 50/200kHz SVS-760 sounder features powerful 600W output and a vertically oriented, sunlight viewable 7.5" color LCD display that optimizes presentation of bottom composition/contour and fish targets beneath the vessel. With depth ranges down to 4,800 feet, a high-resolution color LCD display, clearly marked controls and large, easy-to-use controls, this sounder is ideal for professional users as well as serious sportfishing duty.

Features

  • High-resolution, 7.5" color LCD display
  • Dual Frequency 50/200 kHz operation
  • An SD card slot allows anglers to back up information and record data on important fishing spots
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SI-TEX's digital sounding technology eliminates unwanted noise and provides a sharp image of the seabed and fish targets. The unit's high-speed CPU delivers seamless zooming and provides superior readings even at higher boat speeds. This powerful processor also ensures that even the smallest fish targets are presented on the display.

Among the SVS-760's long list of professional sounder features are White Line/Black Line Bottom Discriminator to separate bottom-hugging fish from the sea floor, Auto/Manual Gain and Range Selection, Bottom Lock, Bottom Zoom and A-Scope. Users can select from various fish symbols based on the size and type of targets being marked.

For enhanced operation and awareness, alarms are provided for Depth, Fish School and Water Temperature. The SVS-760 also features an SD card slot, allowing fishermen to back up information and record data on important fishing spots.

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SI-TEX SVS-760 Dual Frequency Sounder SVS-760 Dual frequency sounder with 7.5" color LCD, 600W
$624.99
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