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On 09/12/2017 at 4:53 PM, Tyee II said:

Okay, sounds like I would be able to connect both the p95 and the Totalscan to my HDS 9, just can't use them at the same time unless I have a carbon unit? With Carbon you can display both at the same time?

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8 hours ago, superhawk18 said:

Type, was just asking if any thru hull had ever been tried. I have not found any yet via search.


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I did some research and couldn't find anything. Airmar put those transducers on the market around september 2016

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@Tyee, one thing also that is possible is to get a Elite Ti 9"  with a bundle that include a Y cable with a LSS-2 transducer and it comes with a transom mount transducer HST-WSBL but you could sale the HST and get the P95C-M-BL

You get get the bundle for $999

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Hello All,

 

Quick question on location. Anyone have any thoughts on how close together I can mount my P66 50-200Khz and my fishhawk 70Khz? I have the P66 already on the boat. The Fishhawk is new, I am hoping to position both starboard of the outboard. I have not measured but should have attest 12 inches I hope between the two transducers. Is that enough?

 

Dave

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I'm gonna pull the trigger on an HDS Carbon 9 this winter and take qdvantage of rebate being offered. Been advised by BBG marine to match with TM-150 chirp ducer for the Lake O. trolling I do. No need for SI or Down imaging ducer I;m told. But what about a thru hull ducer??? Is the Airmar P155-m the comparable to the TM-150??? Keep hearing thru hull is better. The boat is a Pennyan 22ft Outrage. If I went thru hull I'd hire an experienced installer for job.  Opinions please.

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