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Humminbird transducer question #14226654 12/21/21 02:46 AM
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I have a G1 solix at my console and up until recently had a G1 solix at the front. I recently replaced the one at the front with a G3 solix and it came with a transducer. Would it benefit me to change the transducer or does it make any difference?

Re: Humminbird transducer question [Re: Blaine_915] #14226707 12/21/21 03:53 AM
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Yes, it's a better transducer, longer imaging elements inside the transducer along with better 2d hw low q performance for chirp sonar

Re: Humminbird transducer question [Re: Blaine_915] #14229926 12/24/21 10:50 PM
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Just FYI for anyone who may read this thread in the future, i learned the hard way. The G1 unit would not read the transducer that came with the G3 unit. I may be doing something wrong, but i couldn’t get it to work. Had to re-install the old transducer. At least now I have the new transducer installed when I upgrade the console unit.

Re: Humminbird transducer question [Re: Blaine_915] #14229990 12/25/21 12:28 AM
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