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Garmin Differences?? #13651033 07/31/20 12:31 AM
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Anyone with more knowledge of them then I am can tell me which one is better for Livescope....

93sv UHD

1042xsv

Now I know the 8600 series is the best to get but I’m looking to stay on a lower level for now with it....


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Re: Garmin Differences?? [Re: mudd] #13651067 07/31/20 12:56 AM
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on bass boat central their is a garmin forum. Ask them they know their stuff.. http://www.bbcboards.net/forumdisplay.php?f=204


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Re: Garmin Differences?? [Re: mudd] #13651085 07/31/20 01:06 AM
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I did no reply’s.... They are pretty stuck up on that forum......


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Re: Garmin Differences?? [Re: mudd] #13651133 07/31/20 01:52 AM
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many people buy that 93 entry level and end up selling them and going to a 10 or 12 series

I have 1222 and 1242 non touch units. xsv I believe designates its loaded with the maps. it has all the navionics maps. my 1242 is a xsv I seldom use the map since I use my helix for mapping etc.

a friend who has fished w me on my boat went with a 10 inch and touch and regrets it says constant smudges and 10 is too small standing on the deck.

I personally have raised mine up 2x.

I think they are about 12-14 inch off the deck now. Ill post a pic in a minute.


The 8600 series offer no benefit at this time for a livescope only unit is my understanding.

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I have both on different boats and much prefer the knob adjustments on the 1022 over the 93. It’s much quicker and intuitive than the touch screen. Just my opinion.

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That’s exactly what I needed to know guys. I have a 1042 collecting dust at the shop so I need to move it next month. Figure I would pick it up for my livescope


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Re: Garmin Differences?? [Re: Jeff From Iowa] #13651888 07/31/20 05:48 PM
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What in the wild wild world of sports am I looking at here?

I'm thinking a 360 on the bird but clueless on the other 2.

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PanOptics on the other, and LiveScope.

I have a friend that has the livescope on his Garmin. He saw a 6-1/2 pounder in front of a dock. It wouldn’t bite, so he FOLLOWED IT TO A BRUSHPILE! Once in the brushpile, he caught it and won big bass last week. 100% due to that graph alone.


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Damn Jeff, I think if you used a little southern ingenuity you could squeeze one more graph up there. thumb


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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
PanOptics on the other, and LiveScope.

I have a friend that has the livescope on his Garmin. He saw a 6-1/2 pounder in front of a dock. It wouldn’t bite, so he FOLLOWED IT TO A BRUSHPILE! Once in the brushpile, he caught it and won big bass last week. 100% due to that graph alone.


So, I thought panoptics and 360 did/do the same thing? Why both?

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Originally Posted by Txduckhunter
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PanOptics on the other, and LiveScope.

I have a friend that has the livescope on his Garmin. He saw a 6-1/2 pounder in front of a dock. It wouldn’t bite, so he FOLLOWED IT TO A BRUSHPILE! Once in the brushpile, he caught it and won big bass last week. 100% due to that graph alone.


So, I thought panoptics and 360 did/do the same thing? Why both?


No incorrect. The panoptics does the livescope and perspective mode which is 270 degree frontal view. The 360 is a perspective point of view but in a 360 design. Both have there good and bads


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PanOptics on the other, and LiveScope.

I have a friend that has the livescope on his Garmin. He saw a 6-1/2 pounder in front of a dock. It wouldn’t bite, so he FOLLOWED IT TO A BRUSHPILE! Once in the brushpile, he caught it and won big bass last week. 100% due to that graph alone.


So, I thought panoptics and 360 did/do the same thing? Why both?


No incorrect. The panoptics does the livescope and perspective mode which is 270 degree frontal view. The 360 is a perspective point of view but in a 360 design. Both have there good and bads


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What in the wild wild world of sports am I looking at here?

I'm thinking a 360 on the bird but clueless on the other 2.


360
Livescope normal view
Livescope panoramic view

Two complete live scope set ups separate from each other.

At this point panoramic has seemed worthless to me. But it’s on there Anyways. I don’t turn it on very often yet. I need To put some time into using it. I made A adjustable mount for that ducer so I can Angle it deeper or more shallow opening up a lot more use than the Garmin mount.



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What in the wild wild world of sports am I looking at here?

I'm thinking a 360 on the bird but clueless on the other 2.


360
Livescope normal view
Livescope panoramic view

Two complete live scope set ups separate from each other.

At this point panoramic has seemed worthless to me. But it’s on there Anyways. I don’t turn it on very often yet. I need To put some time into using it. I made A adjustable mount for that ducer so I can Angle it deeper or more shallow opening up a lot more use than the Garmin mount.



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