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Livescope Question #13330772 11/03/19 02:25 AM
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How did you decide which head unit to match with your Livescope? I don't understand all the Garmin models as to which feature separates the different models and their compare feature is not very helpful.


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Re: Livescope Question [Re: megabucks461] #13330851 11/03/19 04:12 AM
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A GPSMAP1222 is what was recommended to me. It's as basic as you can get in the 12" for LiveScope. I believe the 1022 is the same in a 10". It has a basic map, internal receiver and no sounder...used just as a display.

From there, there are touch units, chartplotter/sounder units...

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