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Garmin transducer question #14114622 08/31/21 12:39 PM
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Purchased 93sv that is livescope compatible in March of this year. Installed same to console along with transducer. GT52. I need to know if a different Garmin unit is compatible to the GT52 when I move the livescope Garmin to the front ,therefore replacing it with a non-livescope version on the console ??

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Re: Garmin transducer question [Re: gborg] #14114791 08/31/21 02:48 PM
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The GT52 is an 12 pin transducer. Several of the other Garmin's, i.e, the GT22 and 24 are 8 pin transducers. All you need is the 12 pin to 8 pin adapter cable. It's about 20 bucks.

I just used one up front on mine.


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Originally Posted by 4Weight
The GT52 is an 12 pin transducer. Several of the other Garmin's, i.e, the GT22 and 24 are 8 pin transducers. All you need is the 12 pin to 8 pin adapter cable. It's about 20 bucks.

I just used one up front on mine.


Same clarity ??

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The GT52 is an 12 pin transducer. Several of the other Garmin's, i.e, the GT22 and 24 are 8 pin transducers. All you need is the 12 pin to 8 pin adapter cable. It's about 20 bucks.

I just used one up front on mine.


Same clarity ??


Yes sir. Now I will say I have the 10” UHD up front now with a non UHD transducer. It has nothing to do with that cable IMO but that would be a Garmin CS question. I’ve got panoptix up there so that’s irrelevant but out last week on down view I did not notice much difference but didn’t use it much to be honest. Long term if I have issues I’ll just buy the UHD transducer. I have to believe it’s the transducer not the cable. Hope that helps in a long winded way.


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use this, scroll down a little and it has a way to look at compatible units.


https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/p/530291/pn/010-12405-00


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Thank you one and all !! I believe it shall be done.

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