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Old 19-01-2017, 13:36   #1
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Raymarine Downvision verses SOnar

I am very confused. What is the difference between downvision and sonar. I see sometimes chirp sonar. I want to replace my depth gauge and might want a a series raymarine depth gauge. My deppth guage transducer has a 2" in diameter thru hull. I would like to stay with that.

Raymarine has an a series A68 that uses a CPT110 or CPT120 transducer, bronze and plastic. I think they are Chirp sonar with a 2 inch thru hull. what would that look like on the screen? Would I see the bottom in real detail. I don't care about the fish, I am in a sailboat and am more concerned about the bottom.

If pictres could be posted of both that would make it perfectly clear.

Thanks, Aloisius
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