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BobT

? about Lowrance features

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I have been using a Lowrance X67C for about a year and I think its great. There is a feature on the unit that I haven't been able to find a use for. The manual only explains how to activate the feature but doesn't offer any practical uses. It is the depth curser.

My unit displays the scaled depth on the side of the screen so I don't need it to know what depth a signal might be at and the position of the curser remains constant even as scales change in auto scaling mode. For example, if I set it at the 10' position on a 20' scale and then the unit scaling changes to 40', my curser is now at 20'.

Anyone know what practical use this feature has?

Thanks, Bob

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