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#11897298 - 10/24/16 02:12 PM Humminbird Transducers
hocdrummer Offline
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Registered: 01/29/16
Posts: 131
Loc: Fort Worth, TX
is it worth it to get the XHS 9 HDSI 180 T over the XNT 9 SI 180 T for a 598ciHD SI unit? Heres what humminbird says on their website didnt know how much of a difference it will actually make:

"this transducer can also be used with those products listed above under the XNT 9 SI 180 T . However, those models do NOT support the 800 kHz elements in this transducer.* Individuals may see enhanced performance from the 455 kHz element in the XHS 9 HDSI 180 T over that of the XNT 9 SI 180 T ."

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#11897381 - 10/24/16 02:52 PM Re: Humminbird Transducers [Re: hocdrummer]
Wayne P. Online   content
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Registered: 11/16/10
Posts: 3706
Loc: Charlottesville, Va
Yes if you want sharper images. The HDSI is 2" longer, has longer SI crystals that produce a thinner SI pulse which creates sharper images.

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