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Old 09-28-2014, 12:02 PM
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Guys, I was wondering if anyone can help me change freq settings on the Garmin 7212 with a gsd-26? The only option I have is for high chirp and I cannot figure out how to select 50 or 200hz. At the very least , I would like to select low chirp as we are dropping in 800'+. Any help would be appreciated.

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How do you like the gsd 26 so far?
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Originally Posted by redfishray View Post
Guys, I was wondering if anyone can help me change freq settings on the Garmin 7212 with a gsd-26? The only option I have is for high chirp and I cannot figure out how to select 50 or 200hz. At the very least , I would like to select low chirp as we are dropping in 800'+. Any help would be appreciated.

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What transducer are you using?
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Coastal- I have only used it twice and only very quickly for deepdropping. I can give you a better answer after Wednesday.

Semper-I am checking on transducer now and I will reply to this post. It is not mine, I am only running boat for a friend. I know it is a 2k airmar and pretty sure it is a "shoot through hull" transducer.

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