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Ya the 2020 275se has the fusion black box behind the helm and the wet sounds amp. Lowrance makes their own version that is integrated into the chart plotter if ever the enovation fails down the road and you don’t want to have to replace he whole touchscreen. I am not liking all these components being tied into one electronic device.i see, you moved your phone holder to the left side. i was wondering if a separate plotter would fit over there on the right side. i had not seen anyone do it yet. nice. now i could be wrong but there is nothing fusion on our boats. the display is enovation and that is the actual stereo. one of enovations main gigs is their integrated stereo systems. it does run a wetsounds amp but that the whole system. the display and the amp.
How do you like the ICOM? That is the route I'm going with my VHF radio but I noticed it doesn't have its own built in GPS. It requires an external connection and I'm not sure if we can tap into the current GPS antenna.Incase the updated chart doesn’t happen this was how I added a Lowrance hds9 chart plotter to mine. I’m currently having radio issues where the Fusion head unit isn’t being recognized by the touch screen. I may just let the lowrance control the music with their black box system. It’s at the dealer now waiting on parts from fusion.
I like it for its compactness. I tied into the Lowrance for the gps.How do you like the ICOM? That is the route I'm going with my VHF radio but I noticed it doesn't have its own built in GPS. It requires an external connection and I'm not sure if we can tap into the current GPS antenna.
Good info, now for someone to try it out on their own, lol.so quick update. i pressed my dealer again for an actual answer to this. he got with yamaha and they said to just order the sd card from navionics. from there you need to get an sd to usb adapter to plug into the usb cord coming from the display. i guess from there you follow the rest of their procedure which apparently came from enovation. power off, plug into usb then power cycle the display and its supposed to pick up the maps on the sd card and load them into memory.