Following in the success of the echomap CHIRP Combo Series, Garmin is proud to announce the new echomap CHIRP combos with Clearly Scanning sonar technology.
The Garmin echoMAP 73sv fish finder with transducer. The unit comes with the power/data cable, a quick-release and flush mounts, a protective cover, the GT 40-TM, 12-pin transducer, all of the necessary hardware and an owner’s manual. The quick-release mount is exclusive to Garmin and enables anglers to permanently install the swivel mount and cable. The fish finder then easily snaps onto or out of the mount for quick removal without having to worry about plugging and unplugging cables.
- All prices mentioned above are in United States dollar.
- This product is available in eBay, Amazon.com.
- At ebay.com you can purchase Garmin 010-01802-01 echoMAP CHIRP 73sv with ClearVu transducer for only $607.33, which is 51% less than the cost in Amazon.com ($1,236.00).
- The lowest price of Garmin 010-01802-01 Echomap Chirp 73SV with transducer was obtained on May 23, 2018 4:09 am.
Garmin Echomap Chirp 73SV with transducer
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Following in the success of the echomap CHIRP Combo Series, Garmin is proud to announce the new echomap CHIRP combos with Clearly Scanning sonar technology. The CV Series offers Built-in CHIRP traditional sonar and CHIRP Clearly. The SV Series gives you Built-in CHIRP traditional sonar, CHIRP clearer and CHIRP sidevü capabilities. Each display size for the echomap combos is offered with either U.S. Bluechart G2 charts, U.S. Lakevü HD maps, Canada lakevü HD maps or a worldwide Baseball. New Garmin QuickDraw contours software feature lets you create your own maps, with up to 1-foot contour lines, on any body of water.
|Screen Size||7 in|
|Screen Resolution||480 x 800 pixels|
|Display Type||WVGA display|
|Imaging||2D, Down Imaging, Side Imaging|
|Transducer Type||Transom Mount/Trolling Motor|
|Transmit Power||500 W (RMS)|
4,000 W (peak to peak)
|Sonar Frequency||77/200 kHz|
50/200 kHz available with the 74sv model
|Maximum Depth||2,300 ft at 77 kHz freshwater|
1,100 ft at 77 kHz, saltwater
|GPS Antenna Type||Internal|
|Plot Trails||50,000 points; 50 saved tracks|
|Preloaded Maps||LakeVu HD|
Specification: Garmin Echomap Chirp 73SV with transducer
EAN List Element: 0753759176099
|Is Eligible For Trade In|
Height: 550, Length: 980, Weight: 170, Width: 200
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
|Number Of Items|
Height: 850, Length: 1360, Weight: 700, Width: 1002
UPC List Element: 753759176099
|Product Type Name|
Garmin 010-01802-01 Echomap Chirp 73SV with transducer
|Trade In Value|
Amount: 33618, Currency Code: USD, Formatted Price: $336.18
Garmin echo map 73 SV: People that have just recently bought it or this is their first fish finder and they’re not quite sure how to use it so first off I’m going to start with the home screen, in the home screen it’s got all the features on it charts on aura combinations user data, navigation info, Main Overboard settings, customized home and then I’ve got all my customization.
One thing that has been a big question is how do I access sonar well it’s right here obviously but you have to make sure your transducer is connected to your unit to be able to access it so if you’re trying to access in your living room or I had a guy question about um on its kayak you have to make sure 100% that your transducer is connected and the wiring is secure in the back of the unit so I’m going to start off with charts so right here’s navigation and perspective 3d, I’ve not used, I’ve just kind of looked at perspective 3d and I do not really know the big advantage to it, I’m sure there is but I haven’t figured out yet so I’m going to start with navigation chart.
My cursor is on Lake Martin Alabama but it’s got to get GPS faced real quick but I’ll zoom in to Lake Martin I mean – Logan Martin Alabama this is Lake Martin hold on I’ll get to Logan Martin Meagan Martin’s right here as you can see already it’s starting to come up with a bunch of way points, I mean not way points contour lines so as you can see you can see depths you can see humps there’s a hump right there hump right there just a bunch of stuff this Maps very helpful for a deep fishermen like I’m starting to become of the students helped me a lot with getting into deeper water fishing and so that’s basically it for that you go home and come back to the home screen you’ve got sonar next again make sure your transducer wire is correctly hooked up and secure so right there we go to we’ve got as we scroll all the way to the top we’ve got traditional down view side view and then traditional plus down view down view plus side view and traditional suggest all of them right there and then you can get split same traditional and sprit split frequency which is down to you and then you’ve got a flasher and data graphs over there and I haven’t used these too much actually at all I haven’t used that or I’m not really sure what that is but traditional what I usually keep my unit on unit on is a combination between Maps traditional and down view and if I’m really searching for structure I’ll turn on side view but um so that’s it for that go home we’ll go over to combinations and combinations and um these are just all my combinations.
I’ve got that’s one I made which is like I said it’s mapping traditional and down view click back combination two these are all the preset combinations you can scroll through those on your unit but and also you can go down here and say customize and you can make your own and kind of configure it how you want it and on that’s really helpful I’ve done that a couple times so we’ll go back and user data is basically just all your way points your tracks or routes and you can search places and go to them and you can do manage data which I haven’t done yet you can just clear clear anything off that you want but we’ll go back to navigation information you can just put in with access tides and currents and moon-rise means things out all the bells and whistles settings you can just go to just kind of set it how you want it and then you can customize your home page, you can add or rearrange it, this unit works great and from 7 feet of water to 55 to 60 feet of water you know on some of these bigger deeper lakes that’s what I’m doing but I just want to get you guys.
The echoMAP CHIRP 73sv is one of the models released by Garmin for 2016. It’s a SideVü / DownVü unit and can use CHIRP technology for all its types of sonar.
- CHIRP technology offering superior clarity, target separation and target definition, for 2D, SideVü DownVü
- Dual-frequency sonar
- Transducer GT52HW-TM (12-pin) included
- Unit capable with the new, revolutionary Panoptix sonar
- Data graphs and other sonar functions
- Sonar recording and rewind
- Fast and accurate internal GPS
- Preloaded with LakeVü charts
- Quickdraw Contours function, for the possibility to add contours and customize your maps
- Multiple Depth Range Shading
- Compatible with various other chart types, such as BlueChart g2 Vision or LakeVü HD Ultra
- Enhanced Auto Guidance capable
- Tide tables information
- Supports AIS and DSC-capable VHF radio
- Quick disconnection (tilt-swivel) and flush mount included
- Unit cover included
- Easy to install
- Straightforward, comprehensive operation
- Reasonably priced
- The manual covers all the echoMAP CHIRP series (at least for now), and some of the information in it may not apply.
- SideVu needs more improvement