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    I run split all the time... A sliver of map, 2D and DI. Here is a good example of 2D cone vs DI beam. 2D needed refining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rnvinc View Post
    Your DI images will clear up once the thermoclines and algae/plankton blooms are done for the year ...

    455kHz will also clear the DI image somewhat (higher frequencies tend to show particulate more prominent) ...

    Press the check mark button ✔️ to change thru the available frequencies ...

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    I'll give it a try Rickie. Thanks for the tip on the CM button. I assume that I have to make sure the DI is the active pane?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackjeepjk View Post
    I'll give it a try Rickie. Thanks for the tip on the CM button. I assume that I have to make sure the DI is the active pane?
    Correct ... The check mark button ✔️ changes the frequency of the active sonar pane ...

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    Tried it today. Worked like a charm! The only problem I had was I'us so excited to go fishing that I left my sd card in the puter so I couldn't record anything. Had a good day though
    Thanks for all the help
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    The + - buttons are also a shortcut for changing sensitivity. Its a handy tool for refining images...

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