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SIMRAD Go7-XSR transducer upgrade #14069472 07/22/21 12:13 AM
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Hi, I have a SIMRAD Go7-XSR with a physically busted HDI M/H-9 transducer. I'm looking at taking this opportunity to upgrade to something with sidescan so I can see some structure - which would also help on some of the rivers I navigate.

I'm thinking the thing to get is a TotalScan or 3in1.. but I'm hoping for some guidance on transducer models people have actually used with this system. Anyone have a good option?

thanks,
Joe

Last edited by TXjoe; 07/22/21 12:22 AM.
Re: SIMRAD Go7-XSR transducer upgrade [Re: TXjoe] #14072528 07/25/21 01:09 AM
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If you are going to change transducer go with the 3-1 as it newer technology and has better image detail because of it. Stay away from the totalscan when you can do a 3-1. One warning on using any multi sonar transducer it takes some skill to install a 3-1 and or total scan so you don't lose the bottom at high speed. Think it through before you proceed.


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