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Garmin's 2006 Fish Finders
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Garmen's 2006 line up of fish finders is packed with features that will excite anyone that likes to fish. Garmin's new line of sonar devices offer a great combination of features that will satisfy just about any boater's requirements," said Gary Kelley, Garmin's vice president of marketing. "These finders offer the same value, reliability, and innovation that boaters have come to know from Garmin."
A number of new features come standard on all new Garmin finders. To help anglers who fish in freshwater better pinpoint fish, Garmin finders now offers Ultrascroll, which allows boaters to get a much faster refresh rate on their sonar display to locate fish. The new line of finders also have improved performance in shallow water - as little as a foot deep - that makes it easier to determine water and fish depth, structure, and fish targets from your finders. Auto gain, as well as user adjustable gain, is also standard on all of Garmin's new finders.
For serious anglers, Garmin offers the 340C Finders - a full-featured sonar on these finders offers a sunlight readable five-inch (diagonal) 320 x 234 pixel full-color TFT display on the finders. The 340C Finders are offered in either a dual frequency configuration (50kHz, 45 deg and 200 kHz, 10 deg) - or, for inland use of the finders needing a wider fish finding cone, a dual beam model (80kHz, 45 deg and 200kHz, 14 deg). Water temperature, a round flasher-style display, and an A-scope display also come standard on the 340C Finders from Garmin.
In addition, the 340C finders also enabled with Garmin's new CANet -- a one-megabit Controller Area Network that allows users of Garmin Fish Finders to connect their finders to one of the new GPSMAP® 200, 300, or 400-series chartplotter directly to their fish finders. This allows boaters to read sonar displays on chartplotters located elsewhere in the boat right off their Garmin Finders.
The new 160C Finders offers those who fish both utility and affordability. These finders are primarily targeted at angler who fish inland, with the same dual beam transducer as the 340C Finders. The finders features a sunlight readable 4.5" (diagonal) 128 x 128 pixel, 16-color CSTN display.
For the value-minded boater looking for good finders to fish with, the new 140 Fish Finders features a 4.7-inch (diagonal) four-level grayscale FSTN display on the finders and a dual beam transducer (80kHz, 45 deg and 200kHz, 14 deg)on the finders. For entry-level consumers looking for a good finders to fish with at a reasonable price, Garmin recommends you fish with the 90 Fish Finders, with a four-inch (diagonal) 128 x 64 pixel black-and-white FSTN display all standard on these finders.
All Finders offer adjustable range and a rescaling range display, as well as adjustable scroll speed on the finders, scroll pause, 2x and 4x zoom, water speed, shallow and deep water alarm, fish alarm, and improved display of fish arches on the finders.
Garmin's entire line of new fish finders is available now. For more details and pricing of Garmin Fish Finders, visit www.garmin.com.
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