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LiveScope 9 vs 12 #13288447 09/21/19 01:28 PM
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For those who have them. , is the 9 inch screen enough, or is the 12 inch the way to go ..?

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Re: LiveScope 9 vs 12 [Re: Mo] #13288459 09/21/19 01:57 PM
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So I have a 9 it’s ok but I am def upgrading to the 12 . I would suggest u get the 12 right off the back .

Re: LiveScope 9 vs 12 [Re: Mo] #13288873 09/21/19 09:51 PM
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9 is fine for me but I've never used a 12 and want to keep it that way as long as possible.

Re: LiveScope 9 vs 12 [Re: Mo] #13289488 09/22/19 11:28 AM
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I had a 9in 93sv ultra and upgraded to the 12 122 ultra. The 12 makes it easier for customers to see, but there is nothing wrong with the 9 as long as you have good eyes. The resolution is a lot better, colors are brighter and the “llag” when sweeping disappears.

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Go as big as your budget allows. If you are going to want to record via ActiveCaptain you will need to go with an echoMap Ultra or a GPSMAPS


This is a recording via ActiveCaptain to my cell phone from my GPSMAPS 1042xsv ...this fish hit my jig 3 times.




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Re: LiveScope 9 vs 12 [Re: Mo] #13290995 09/23/19 09:34 PM
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I have the Garmin ECHOMAP™ Plus 93sv. For me...the 9" works just fine. I'm sure after a year or so, I'll go with a bigger screen, but the 9" is plenty to get you in the LiveScope game wink


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Re: LiveScope 9 vs 12 [Re: Mo] #13291925 09/24/19 08:19 PM
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If the touch screen feature is not a big deal. Is there a significant difference between the ECHOMAP Plus 93sv and the 1042xsv. Are you getting a much larger area with the 10 inch vs 9 inch?


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