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Humminbird 561 DI Fishfinder

Item # 710309
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Key Features

  • Best-in-class HD screen resolution

  • Down Imaging Sonar

  • DualBeam PLUS with Switchfire

  • Tilt and Swivel Mounting System


Our Price   $199.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
humminbird The Humminbird 561 DI Fishfinder offers best-in-class HD screen resolution with timber, rocks, and even fish taking shape on a 5" crystal-clear monochrome display. Down Imaging Sonar with DualBeam PLUS with Switchfire creates detailed images with high-frequency sound waves emitted in ultra-thin slices. The sonar returns from these waves produce a "snapshot" of what's below your boat and are sensitive enough to track a jig down to 70' and separate fish as close as 2.5" apart. The 561 DI Fishfinder feature the convenient Tilt and Swivel Disconnect Mounting System. Measures 7.25"W x 7"H x 4"D.

Humminbird 561 DI Fishinder Features

Display
• 5" monochrome FSTN LCD display
• 12-level grayscale
• 320V x 320H resolution

561 DI Advanced Sonar Features
Down Imaging Sonar w/DualBeam PLUS w/Switchfire creates detailed images with high-frequency sound waves emitted in ultra-thin slices. The sonar returns from these waves produce a "snapshot" of what's below your boat.

Down Imaging
• 455kHz/75° @ -10db
• 800kHz/45° @ -10db

DualBeam PLUS
• 200kHz/25° @ -10db
• 455kHz/16° @ -10db

• Depth: 600'/250' (DI)
• Temperature built into transducer
• Comes with Humminbird XNT-9-DI-T Transducer
• Split Screen Zoom
• Selective Fish ID+
• Real Time Sonar RTS Window
• Sonar Echo Enhancement
• TrueArch Technology
• Power Output: 500 Watts RMS/4000 Watts Peak-to-Peak

561 DI User-Friendly Technology
• Custom View Selections
• Custom Digital Readout Selection
• Selectable Display Colors
• Selectable Background Colors
• X-Press™ Menu System
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Specifications
Model # 561 DI Fishfinder
Depth Capability 600'/250' (DI)
Display Matrix 320V x 320H
Display Type 5" mono FSTN LCD
Power Output 500 watts RMS
Operating Freq. 455/800/200/455kHz
Sonar Coverage 75°/45°/28°/16°
Temp Included
Speed No

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Humminbird 561 DI Fishfinder
 
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Defective Transducer Mount

By Sonoma_Bass

from San Jose, CA

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    • Boating

    Comments about Humminbird 561 DI Fishfinder:

    Defective pivot bolt/nut with the 561DI transducer. The nylock nut seized on the bolt making it impossible to loosen or tighten the transducer mount for adjustment. Found this out after attaching the mount to the transom. The only option was to cut the pivot bolt which destroys the transducer mount, and if you not very careful, can destroy the transducer.

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