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saddie

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We saw a thing that said they didnt make or sell Zercomms anymore. WE were going to buy my husband a new one this year. He got to looking and saw this info.

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Saddie , If your talking about Zercom electronics you are correct. There are some other good brans to choose from though.

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Saddie,

You are correct. Zercom is no longer doing business.

Take a look at the Marcum LX-3 or LX-1. They are both everything a person needs in an ice fishing depth finder. Here's a summary of both units from Marcum's HSOforum:

LX-3:
The most sensitive and powerful flasher ever manufactured. With 1500 watts of output power, the LX-3 provides superior target separation. the LX-3 is the only system that features an adjustable zoom that allows a 5 to 10 ft. zoom window in the 20 & 40 ft. scale, a 10 to 20 ft. zoom in 80 ft. scale and a 20 to 40 ft. zoom in 160 ft. scale. Target separation improves from 2.15" to 1" in zoom mode. Surface to bottom zoom window adjustability allows user to display suspended as well as bottom hugging fish. The LX-3 also offers a multi-level "interference rejection" feature allowing user to knock out interference from other nearby sonar units.

LX-1:
With 1,500 watts of peak-to-peak power, this powerful unit delivers incredibly detailed readings of the area beneath the 20° self-aligning transducer. The adjustable multi-level interference rejection enables you to clean up the display and eliminate scrambled signals from other units nearby. Plus, the 2.15" target separation enables you to identify bottom-hugging walleye and differentiate between a small school of crappie and a large group of baitfish. The system includes the LX-1 powerhead, gimbal bracket, electronics shuttle with adjustable transducer arm, self-aligning transducer, power cord, and a 12-volt, 7-amp battery and charger.

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