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Marcum LX-5 FOR SALE ******SOLD******

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FOR SALE -

Like-new, Marcum LX-5, used on 5 fishing trips last winter total. Unit is clean, still under warranty, and works flawlessly. Looking to free up some cash currently, planning on buying another LX-5 or LX-3 once more funds become available after deer season smile.gif

Price: $380 OBO plus $7 to ship

Here's what Matt Johnson says about the unit:

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MarCum LX-5

2,000 Watts of Peak-to-Peak Power

3 color display – TrueColor technology

8° or 20° cone angle: dual beam feature

Adjustable Multi-level Interference Rejection: 12 levels

Down to 0.75" Target Separation with SuperFine Line

Adjustable Zoom Anywhere in the Water Column

Weather-resistant, padded soft pack

Electronics shuttle with adjustable transducer arm

Fully automatic DCS (Digital Charging System - fully automatic three stage charging system with LCD display) with battery monitor

A basic overview of the LX-5… The LX-5 sonar flasher features MarCum's patent pending TrueColor Display. TrueColor is the latest from MarCum Technologies improving color separation and resulting in an ultra crisp and highly visible display (even in bright sunlight). The new LX-5 is the most powerful, most sensitive, most feature laden flasher ever designed. Manufactured in the USA, this sonar unit boasts 2,000 watts of peak to peak power. The LX-5 comes standard with a dual beam transducer. To switch between the 8 and 20 degree cone angle is as simple as the touch of a key. The unit has a patented twelve level “Interference Rejection” feature that allows the user to knock out interference from other nearby sonar units. The LX-5 incorporates a patented movable zoom feature that allows the user to zoom in on a segment of water anywhere within the water column. This unit also features another of MarCum Technologies latest break throughs, SuperFine Line. The SuperFine Line feature allows the user to improve the units resolution resulting in target separation down to .75 inch. You can now use the unit in its full display and separate those hard to see bottom hugging Walleyes.


I personally loved mine, and wouldn't let it go unless I was sure I'd get another before ice-season.

Please send email to joel@fishingminnesota.com if interested!

Joel

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Do you have any pics? I want to be first in line please.

gregm at ironwood.com

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