Lowrance® Mark-5x Pro Fishfinder
- 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.
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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?