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    Low Q 2D Shots, Stripers and Beam Width!

    Some shots from the new low Q 2D transducer. These are big stripers on the Chesapeake bay. I took advantage of the opportunity to change beam widths and compare the differences.
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    #2
    Nice shots

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    Excellent !!!!!!


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    #4
    Awesome pictures and thanks for breaking it down.

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    Very useful info!

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    #6
    Excellent pictures, thanks for posting.

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    #7
    Thanks for taking the time and doing this, helps better understand Q Chirp.

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    #8
    Great pics. What is the kHz range for narrow chirp? I'm trying to get an idea of cone angle and bottom coverage in narrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubtee View Post
    Great pics. What is the kHz range for narrow chirp? I'm trying to get an idea of cone angle and bottom coverage in narrow.
    Narrow is 180-240=25 degrees
    Wide is 140-200=42 degrees
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne P. View Post
    Narrow is 180-240=25 degrees
    Wide is 140-200=42 degrees
    Anyone know off the cuff what the cone sizes are at 20ft for 25 & 42 degrees respectively ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tweakjr View Post
    Anyone know off the cuff what the cone sizes are at 20ft for 25 & 42 degrees respectively ?
    Its been awhile... for Narrow = 9.32 ft, and Wide = 18 ft

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    Wayne Purdum
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    haha and here I was using a pen and paper