Lowrance® X-4 Pro Dual-Search Fishfinder
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- Simple-to-use, wider-coverage Lowrance fish-finding at a nice price
- 83/200 kHz dual-search Skimmer® transducer with temp sensor
- Up to 120º of expanded fish detection coverage at 83 kHz
- 1,500W peak-to-peak power with depths to 1,000 feet
- High-contrast four inch Film SuperTwist LCD display
- Detailed 240Vx160H pixel resolution with 4-level grayscale
- Automatic ASP™ tuning
- Fish I.D.™
- Sonar alarms
The X-4 Series from Lowrance features a four inch diagonal display with four-level grayscale definition, along with easy-to-use operation, excellent performance and resolution—all at an affordable price. The X-4 Pro Dual-Search Fishfinder features include 83/200 kHz dual-search Skimmer transducer with temp sensor, up to 120º of expanded fish detection coverage at 83 kHz, 1,500W peak-to-peak power with depths to 1,000 feet, high-contrast four inch Film SuperTwist LCD display, detailed 240Vx160H pixel resolution with 4-level grayscale, FishReveal, automatic ASP tuning, GRAYLINE, Fish I.D., and sonar alarms. Manufacturer's one-year limited warranty.
Manufacturer model #: 000-10229-001.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 17
Rated 1 out of 5 by kongfulincoln NOT WORTH IT!
Been into the water for about 100 hours, never seen a single fish arch on it since bought it this summer. Oh! Except for the simulation mode!
Also, vertical lines all over the screen when boat goes fast. ( not that fact, 5 speed on a 40 thrust trolling motor)
I will not recommend anyone to buy this product, rather, you should spend some more money to buy a real "fish" finder!
November 29, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by FChris Lowrance x-4 Pro
I purchased a Tracker Bass Boat last May and the Lowrance X-4 Pro came on the boat. I have used it many times and have yet to see any fish arches on it. The screen is so cluttered with noise it would be impossible to see a fish arch even if it was there. For some reason the bottom is always at mid screen and not at the bottom of the screen so you are only using half of the screen. It works OK as a depth finder most of the time although at time the depth reading goes off. A number of times the depth will read 80 feet the all of a sudden go to 5 feet then back to 80 feet. I contacted Lowrance and after 3 weeks of going around and around with them they agreed authorize the return of the unit to see what was wrong with it. That was over a week ago and still no word from them on it. I realize this is Lowrance's low end model but I would think it should work a lot better than it has. Based on the performance and the service this is the last Lowrance I will ever own.
August 6, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Surfjdog Average
This fish finder works well when going slow and in less than 80' of water. I have mine mounted on my trolling motor. As soon as I start moving fast, or find myself in deep water, my screen basically goes black or has a bunch of vertical lines. I have tried to tighten it up and reposition it but nothing seems to work.
May 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by VTfan Sweet Little Unit
For the money you can't beat this unit. Pretty much operates itself although you can change the settings to manual if you like. It's small enough to mount up front and not be in the way. It's also nice that you can change the size of the "Depth", "Temp", and "Voltage" from large to small so it doesn't take up so much room on the screen. Just be careful Not to follow the directions to go back to factory default settings. I did and ended up having to call Lowrance thinking I'd fouled up the unit, turns out there was another method of resetting everything the manual doesn't show. Other than that it's a great unit!!!
August 26, 2012
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