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09-19-2011 08:54 PM
Ken Sauret
Re: Sensitivity and Settings

It really depends on current conditions like algae, water temp, depth and more. I would start with the auto default settings and start to adjust from there and learn what each move in settings will look like to you. Then adjust the other way and see what suits you best. We all interpret things a little differently so by doing this process you will learn more than just taking some recommended setting and assuming that it the correct one for you. The more you play with that adjustability built into these units the more you will learn and the better you will be able to use these units to catch more fish.

Then when you jump to the HDS units you will find even more features to be able to customize the look and operation of your electronics. As you learn to do these kinds of things on your LMS 520c you will be more prepared to utilize the HDS units.
09-14-2011 04:50 PM
Austen
Sensitivity and Settings

I have a 520c and was wondering what sensitivity settings i should be running for clear lake and the delta?

Thanks

Austen Schmalz

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