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After looking at all the videos and screen shots of panoptix ,

For those that have them, are the 9" screens big enough to see the detail?

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I have a 10 inch screen but think a 9 inch would be adequate.  I’m also switching from Panoptix to LiveScope this year.  I thought Panoptix was very good looking straight down (i.e. drop-shotting) but looking forward was just so-so.  Am hoping LiveScope is good in both directions. We’ll see...

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Thanks for the reply, that's what I was asking about, was running the livescope on a 9" screen, was wondering if the detail was there.

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I've had livesope on a 10" for a year now.  I'm sure 9" is doable, but I really like the ten and wish I had 12".  

 

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I have my panoptix livescope networked between two echomap plus 9 inch screens.  9 has been good enough for me to see on the bow standing oeesnong on my but seat.  It is also big enough for the person fishing on the rear deck to see it.  It is on a ram mount so I can position to be viewed.

 

I was doing see night fishing the other night and was just too much fun.  I saw crappie, bass, catfish and see what they wanted..  I was out till 11 pm.  

 

The screensize is not really the issue, it's the resolution.  So the echomap units are using a lower resolution screen... It works, but if you are considering a GPSmap, that's would be cool. I think they have a higher resolution.  Some units also have a second network port so you do not need to buy (or make like I did) a network hub.

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