Humminbird Solix, quick question

 Hi everyone, I was abot to buy one of those Solix series finders by Humminbird, with 10-inch screen. 

Now, I've read about it and looked video reviews, but I do not give a clue, what's the difference between the one that has got just the CHIRP and the one that has als got that MEGA imaging? I see that that's the sonar specs, but wil I really notice the difference? 

 www.boatid.com/humminbird/humminbird-solix-10-fish-finders-660481110.html

Any help/comments are apreciated!


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 Don't get me wrong, it's not

Tue, 2019-02-05 03:10

 Don't get me wrong, it's not just about $300 price difference, just wanted to ask real people for advice before I go and spend money. 

Thanks!

Matt1000's picture

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Date Joined: 14/09/18

 Don't get me wrong, it's not

Tue, 2019-02-05 03:10

 Don't get me wrong, it's not just about $300 price difference, just wanted to ask real people for advice before I go and spend money. 

Thanks!

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h bird

Tue, 2019-02-05 13:35

 The sidescan is worth every cent , great for finding country in water up to 50 meters. I am using the same unit and have the simrad and garmin equivelants, the hummingbird is far clearer. You are welcome to view it for your self . The sidescan is also very useful if you intend to use the create your own maps as you drive along and add extra detail to the mapping chips, this is recorded in to your sounder and you do not have to share with others. I do like the standard chirp display which goes a lot deeper penetration in traditional format depending on your transducer. I have the previous model the Onix for sale with the same features at half the new price and as new. Dont hesitate to call me for a chat 93834270. You will not be dissapointed with the Humminbird they are not as popular but have much better performance then most people realise. 

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 Thanks for the information,

Tue, 2019-02-12 18:13

 Thanks for the information, man. I appreciate your help. I'll think of it and will see what the Onix model is.