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4.6/5
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4.6/5
5Raymarine Dragonfly 7 PRO
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Sitex CVS126 Review

The Sitex CVS126 is a new release fish finder for 2009 and features dual frequency capability and a color LCD screen all in a compact reasonably priced package. It uses a single rotary knob to make changes to the gain mode of operation and to fine tune gain settings. We’ve

Sitex ES502

The Sitex ES502 black box sounder is designed to provide sonar data to a number of Sitex chartplotters, including the full ColorMax line, that are not equipped with an internal fish finder. We reviewed the ES502 black box fishfinder with an Airmar P58 transducer connected to a Sitex Colormax 5E

Sitex Colormax Wide

The Sitex ColorMax Wide chartplotter we tested was paired with the Sitex ES502 black box sounder to provide both plotting and sounder capabilities. This unit will also accept radar inputs from a Sitex radar sensor. The ColorMax Wide comes with a quick-release bracket that allows for easy removal of the

Sitex Colormax 6

The Sitex ColorMax 6 will interface with the Sitex ES502 sounder and AIS. The case measures just over 8-inches wide by 6-inches high and is under 3-inches deep. ColorMax 6 comes with a quick release bracket that keeps all wiring on the boat. A nice feature but, in our opinion

Sitex Colormax 5

The Sitex Colormax 5 ships with a Smart GPS sensor. The unit does contain a base map but to get detailed cartography, tide information, and buoy data you’ll need to add a map card. We filled the unit’s single card slot with a C-Map Max chart card covering South Florida

Sitex Colormax 11 Review

The Sitex ColorMax 11 is a large screen all-in-one chartplotting system. It will interface with the Sitex ES502 sounder, a couple different models of Sitex radar, AIS, and video. This unit will take up some panel space as it measures just under 13-inches wide by nearly 9 inches high. ColorMax