Lowrance® Mark-5x Pro Fishfinder

   

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Mark 5X Pro 83/200 kHz

  • Optimized automatic mode for high-performance out-of-the-box fish finding  
  • Dual-frequency 83/200 kHz Skimmer® transom-mount transducer with internal temp sensor
  • Up to 120° of wider sonar coverage  
  • 300 Watts RMS; 2400 Watts Peak-to-Peak; depth 1000'  
  • Sealed and waterproof-suitable for saltwater use  
  • Simpler menu text and icons
  • BackTrack™ tool  
  • New keypad design for smooth one-hand control
  • Easy on and off   
The Lowrance Mark-5x Pro Fishfinder is perfect for any angler who doesn't want to spend a bundle to make   the leap from an entry-level finder to a pro-caliber finder. Optimized with automatic mode for high-performance finding with turn-on-and-fish ease, the Mark-5x Pro Fishfinder is designed with a high-resolution 5'', 480 x 480 pixel Film SuperTwist LCD that maximizes visibility, target detail and separation even in direct sunlight. The adjustable, bright-white LED screen and keypad backlight make for simple viewing, day or night. The dual-frequency 83/200 kHz Skimmer transom-mount transducer with internal temp sensor provides wider sonar coverage, while the powerful 300W RMS sounder finds fish to 1,000'. In addition to the easy-to-view monochrome display and wide sonar coverage, the Mark-5x Pro Fishfinder also features simpler menu text and icons including Advanced User Mode, a new keypad for smooth one-hand control and a unique BackTrack tool that allows you to immediately scroll-back to review multiple pages of sonar history. Plus, the Mark-5x Pro offers a new case/mounting design for simpler installation and easy one-hand tilt/swivel view adjustment, removal and re-install. Size: 5.4'' H x 6.9'' W x 2.5'' D. One-year warranty.
New uniplug 1/4-turn connectors are compatible with earlier Lowrance and Eagle uniplug installations to simplify upgrades.
Speed sensor is an option

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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disapointed re Lowrance Mark-5x Pro Fishfinder Won't find the bottom past 305ft, which is not that great an issue except in deeper water the finder thinks my downrigger weight is the bottom. Also during and afternoon of trolling didn't mark one fish beyond 15ft. which is odd considering I would normally mark several fish down to 120ft with my old Lowrance. October 21, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good Product Good product for the price. Wish it would be in color for a few more dollars but what can you expect for 159.00. It is a good unit. October 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 Great Value Works as advertised. Had no problems installing. Great price... June 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by No Complaints Don’t know why anyone would complain about this item. Put it on my trolling motor and can see it great in all light conditions. Even considering purchasing another to use at the helm. Very happy with the product. The only reason I may not buy another is to buy the 4x dual with chart plotter GPS. June 20, 2013
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The Fishfinders we offer on our web site are made for the US and do not have an option to change to metric. For international units, please refer to Lowrance: http://www.lowrance.com/Dealer-Locator/. Thanks
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YES... there is a puck transducer available but you have to contact the company to use their exchange program.. I tried to get the dealer to exchange with me and NO ONE will do it.
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At this time, we do not list a puck transducer for this unit. Please refer to Lowrance. Thanks http://www.lowrance.com/
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I fish the Missouri river which is very muddy.
I tried the Mark 5x DSI and it was useless.
It had no sensitivity adjustment which could compensate for the muddy water. There was so much sonar noise on the screen it was unreadable. I confirmed this with their tech support.

Need to know if the "Mark 5x pro" has a sensitivity adjustment. The manual includes several models. Some do not have a sensitivity adjustment, some do.
Can anyone verify that the Mark 5x pro has one?
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Yes it has sensitivity options. I have not had to use yet but option if available.
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Theree IS an adjustment for the sensitivity. Use the MENU mode and click it a couple times and you will see SENSITIVITY and you can adjust it from there.
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Yes, you can adjust the sensitivity.

Adjust (Advanced Mode only)
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Sensitivity, Colorline and Grayline.

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Turn off the "FIsh ID"
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There IS an adjustment to change the images and they suggest you use the arjes instead of the fish icons.. Go in to the pages, menu and it will eventually take you to the setup mode.
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Turn fish ID off and look for the arcs. Thats what the fish show up as. And than you get to see how much you fishfinder lies.
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Yes, the transducer to this unit can be put on a trolling motor. You just need to make sure you have all the necessary clamps and zip ties or whatever you will use to tie it on
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I am using my unit on the trolling motor now.. I already had the adaptor to connect the skimmer transducer of my X96 that I replaved. It is the EXACT same transducer I had so the was NO PROBLEM using the new trandsucer on the trolling motor. I wanted to exchange for a puck type transducer but did NOT want to wait for exchange turnaround so I used the skimmer.
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Yes, you can buy the mount for it or I used a hose clamp and ran it thought were the screws usally go and bought a 3 or 4 extra hooks with the money I saved.
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Yes but use a fuse
3 years, 4 months ago
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Yes it can. There is a special bracket you need to purchase (sold sep of course) from bass pro shops.
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You can connect it to ANY 12 volt battery...
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Yes that is why it 12v. Read the instruction or specs.
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Yes. This unit works on 12v and any 12v battery would surfice.
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running at 3500 to 4000rpm?
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Yes it gives instant readings.
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If the transducer is mounted properly yes. the bottom of the transducer should be mounted just a little lower than the bottom of the boat so it doesn't cavatate. It should skim the water when on plain.
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I HAVE A LOWRANCE X37TX, CAN I USE THE SAME TRANSDUCER CABLE AND PLUG THE MARK-5XPRO RIGHT INTO IT.
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Sure can!
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Yes if you buy a bracket
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It is EASILY detachable and complete instructions are included that explain how to detach it QUICKLY.
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You bet can be removed in secounds.
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yes it detaches from the base easily
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Yes it has a very easy quick disconect.
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Yes but it is an option.
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no but it has a temp sensor
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Yes it does, it allso has second temp
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No,but I believe you can add one as an option
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