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Lowrance X-4 Pro Dual-Search Fishfinder

   

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X-4 Pro 200 kHz

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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.

  • 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
  • FishReveal™
  • Automatic ASP™ tuning
  • GRAYLINE®
  • Fish I.D.™
  • Sonar alarms


Manufacturer model #: 000-10229-001.

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lorance x-4 pro garbage bought a tracker 175txw in aug of 2014. came with lowrance x-4 pro fish finder. the only thing this fish finder is good for is a depth finder and even that is inaccurate. that is when it works. my x-4 pro no longer works at all after 4 months. will not turn on at all now. January 4, 2015
Lowrance X-4 We were looking for an inexpensive yet reliable, precise and accurate sounder. Others in our price range had mixed reviews, especially as far as being weatherproof. The Lowrance X-4 had consistently good reviews and Bass Pro was the only source at the time that had it in stock. We used the X-4 to map the seafloor contours beneath a marina. It worked flawlessly. We double-checked its accuracy in the tidal areas with direct shots to the ground when the tide was out and found it to be spot on. March 1, 2011
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
good product for the money I like the display. I am still working on figuring the best settings for my usage. I typically fish small lakes(4-10feet deep) and it took some adjusting the first time I used it but once I set it it worked great. Plan on using it again soon on a different lake to compare the results. The set up was very easy and instructions were very clear. I had it up and running in less than an hour. May 31, 2011
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Sonar Depth Max 1000 ft \ 305 m
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It tilts forwards/backwards but does not swivel side to side.
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get a ram mount it works well with my unit
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Yes, you can use a Ram Mount. Try the model RAM-B-107-1U item number 38-560-358-00.
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Yes, you can use on a kayak. The compact case fits the smallest
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It says if it's properly mounted it works at all speeds
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yes you can purchase an optional speed transducer/miles travelled for your unit
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use the one that comes with the unit , it works well get a transducer shield this will protect it if you hit an under water object
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Can you just use double AAs? Does it even come with a battery?
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It must run off a 12 volt battery
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Attaches to 12 volt. No back up battery. It says it has an internal memory that needs no back up battery. It must run off a 12 volt
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mine works up to 45 miles per hour . great unit to have. turn up the sensitivity to 100 percent
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I should think that you could mount it to independant base and clamp it some where on your kayak.
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