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Harp

Two transducers / depth finders problems?

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Harp    0
Harp

I see dual finders on boats but???I currently have a Uniden in dash digital depth readout just to the lower unit out of trouble and I will be installing a Hummingbird Parina 15 fish finder and I only have enough transducer cable to put them close or next to each other.I looked at their frequecency and it is the same I think? Hummingbird on single beam MHZ 200 with 83 MHZ dual Uniden is 200 MHZ is that the number to be concerned about? so if I put an off/on toggle to the Uniden to shut it down when I run the Hummingbird will that work? or am I looking for problems? I don't want to butcher up the boat then have to move stuff around after the fact.

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Hi,

There will be no doubt that if you put two transducers close together that carry the same freqency you will get interference. if it is easy enough to put a switch on your uniden, I would suggest that.

Steve

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