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How to set my Lowrance X-75?

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I fish lakes and rivers,I rarely fish deeper than 35 ft. I like to run my locator in manual mode but there are three settings I don't know what they are and what they do.One option is Digital Sonar with 3 options,Off 192 50, where do I want this set at? Next is 192 SCC what % do I want this?Next is ASP with 3 options,Off Norm High,where do I want this set? It seems to work fine with the factory settings but I would like to use the locator to it's fullest extent. Any advice would be helpful.

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I own an X-75 and I know what you mean, but I haven't used the locator for so long I don't know those settings off hand. The best way to figure it all out would be to take it out to some water you are familiar with and just play with the settings to fine tune it to your needs.

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The digital sonar is refering to the type of transducer you are useing, the X-75 can be used with a 192 Khz or a 50 Khz. Unless you bought a seperate 50 Khz trans leave this setting in 192.
SCC is surface clarity control it allows you to set how much "noise" you want to see on the top of your display. A personal choice on this setting.
Asp is auto signal processing, this determins how much noise is seen in the bulk of your display. I cancels out a lot of unwanted returns from small targets. If you are looking for the thermocline turn it off otherwise the normal setting works fine.

Rob

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