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01-13-2014 09:39 AM
randyrhines
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

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Originally Posted by Stumble View Post
Ray marine st60 plus pack is $1,500. And includes three displays and all three transducers. Adding a matching chartplotter runs from a few hundred bucks to a thousand depending on size.

Fully expandable with their entire line of stuff from autopilots to FLIR cameras.
thank You Greg this is much appreciated! All my best, this new Year!
01-13-2014 02:19 AM
Stumble
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

Ray marine st60 plus pack is $1,500. And includes three displays and all three transducers. Adding a matching chartplotter runs from a few hundred bucks to a thousand depending on size.

Fully expandable with their entire line of stuff from autopilots to FLIR cameras.
01-12-2014 10:19 PM
randyrhines
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

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What's a reasonable price, what capabilities do you want vs need, what size boat, how gifted are you at setting up electronics, all playa. Part.
Need: wind speed direction, depth, boat speed, $1,500 including sensors
Want chartplotter Great Lakes, $1,000.
Possible later expand
Abilities: can rewire a 12 volt boat system from scratch.
36' ketch
Thanks randy
01-12-2014 07:12 PM
Stumble
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

What's a reasonable price, what capabilities do you want vs need, what size boat, how gifted are you at setting up electronics, all playa. Part.
01-12-2014 06:12 PM
randyrhines
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

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This thread is 10 years old. Marine electronics have come a long ways since then.
cmon Greg no holding out , give it up bro .....and....
01-12-2014 06:11 PM
randyrhines
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

I dont wanna surf any more marine electro sites , spend another 30 hours reading technical stuff , electro blogs. i want to replace, my ageing standard horizon, speed log, depth sounder, and wind direction and speed, I want to buy a package that includes all the above and i will install it myself.
if i can get a chart plotter for the great lakes in addition , i would appreciate an opinion , actual user feedback , where to find any package deals. thanks guys
01-12-2014 05:56 PM
randyrhines
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

Well lol any suggestions?
01-11-2014 11:52 PM
Stumble
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

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so is there in existance at some reasonable price , All in one, chartplotter, wind direction, speed, depth available, for 36 ketch????
This thread is 10 years old. Marine electronics have come a long ways since then.
01-11-2014 11:09 PM
randyrhines
Re: Marine Electronics For Dummies

so is there in existance at some reasonable price , All in one, chartplotter, wind direction, speed, depth available, for 36 ketch????
04-11-2003 03:15 PM
jjjjjjjjjj
Marine Electronics For Dummies

I am not implying that a woman cannot have a business; I was given a rough time when I entered my formerly male profession 20 plus years ago; However, in the case of Joanne who is trying to seem like a litle naive entering the world of boat electronics--give me a break. This is an exact copy of her posting on the Benehuntalina website. On there, you have the advantage to compare her date of delivery of boat, geographical location etc to someone named Andy, who admits to being a former boat salesman who is now starting up a marine electronics business. I still object to anyone using the forums to advertise their business, and I think Joanne, whether she is doing the business, or her spouse, is being a little less than candid on her business expertise.
JJ
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