Discussion in 'NetRadar' started by CRS123, Jul 26, 2017.
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I want it yesterday!!
X2 on that. My rear antenna is wired and waiting for the DSP front unit.
Will the firmware update that resolves the repeating over and over of the "Ka Band Ahead! " audio alert be released at the same time? Or... (hoping) ...maybe before? It really drives one nutty out on the highway.
Yes, Firmware updating for Net Radar DSP needs to be completed before the next fiemware update and they are working on that now. Probably a few more weeks.
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Would it be possible for the notification bar icon to be the colour of the active profile (blue, yellow or green)? Currently it's white only, and if the app is in background you can't verify that it's active or not without going to a Home page and opening the app, so if bluetooth drops out for example you'd never know.
If it can't be done for the next update then perhaps a future one. Thanks.
I'm so ready to buy this DSP Netradar.
I'm about to take a big sledgehammer to flatten my Radenso HD+
STFU already - stupid detector. GAK. Worse $800 or whatever I paid for it that I've ever spent.
Exactly. Same here. Bought the HD+ thinking it would be the next big thing, even though NR was a bit cheaper. Was so wrong listening to the false promises.
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Precisely. I was told that the STI Magnum and the HD+ would be night and day when it came to falsing. That information was not correct, unfortunately. They're both equally dumb young blonde. (yaps a lot and doesn't give me any useful information). (LOL - no offense, just a joke!!!!)
I took the HD+ and Redline to PA. K band is alive in PA so I have K band on. The HD+ alerted to 95% of the K bands that the Redline alerted to. There was basically no false filtering without the promised RC. At this stage, I don't really want to hook up another CPU and with no details about the price early adopters of the HD+ will pay for the RC, I'm just going to live with the HD+ in ALP CPU as I just don't drive as much right now. Maybe in a few years, I'll revisit Radenso's offerings.
I share this same thought process. I was burned once with Radenso and will not buy into any of their BS claims as far as I care. That's one vendor that has managed to royally tick me off so will be avoiding them.
I haven't owned a NR so I will wait for the NR DSP to prove itself since clearly I can't believe what a manufacturer is claiming these days.
The RC-M is lightyears QUIETER than my RPSE !! my R3 !! NOT my DFR7 though ...
I now HAVE MY ARROWs BACK !!!
i LEFT MY WEEKEND WARRIOR APART for 6 Months awaiting this UPGRADE !!
After the DEER issue I just could not install my Net Radar system back knowing full well I would beg beg beg Radenso/Michael/Genevo to let me Beta Test their NEW B@d@ss MC-M !!
Yup it's expensive but I'm telling you it was so D@mn quiet with the Euro FW in the Normally LEO-Filled areas of the NC/SC/TENN/GA Mountains !! that I had to fire up my RPSE to False it ... to prove to me it was working !!
My R3 was in my DD Jeep back home, and DFR7 is in the worktruck.
Those Country Boy LEOs love F'ing with us 'Vertible Driving Benz Enthusiasts ... sigh
It paid itself off comimg out of Linville Falls area. Got a save of I/O KA 35.5. He hit the car 1/2 mile ahead of me and I locked it down. I NEVER speed so "Effectively" it paid itself off !!
I am an enthusiast and I enjoy talking about "what if" scenarios. smile.
Oh and YES I will be installing my BRD Net Radare in my DD JEEP to compare. I want ONLY the BEST CM's Available .... period ... Drop Mike .... L0L
P.S Thinking aloud ... I guess I will install my Net Radar antennae in the Rear Bumper and use my R3 for Front until I get the NEW DIGITAL NR FRONT Antennae !!
Lucky you. I wish I could say the same thing about my dual NetRadar.
What issues have you had? I'm curious because I'm considering the new DSP receiver when it comes out.
I have ALP and NetRadar system installed in my Corvette. I purchased a Uniden R3 detector to monitor K & Ka bands for its long range detection capabilities because my dual NetRadar antennas have terrible long range detection especially as it relates to approaching Ka band radar.
While the current netradar antenna do not have R3 Ka band range, their range isn’t anything to laugh at. I’ve had some pretty good encounters on some hilly roads that are surrounded by woods.
That being said I’m still upgrading the front to the DSP antenna when it is released.
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@NetNViper placement of the radar heads can make or break your range. My netradar setup is killer on ka, whips my redline and picks up ka band that the redline misses especially on off axis and oncoming. In many cases it either comes close or equal to my r3 for range.
Is your antenna mounted unobstructed or behind your bumper? The composition and shape of any material in front of the antenna can seriously hurt range. The advice here is that any material other than flat plastic will diminish radar reception. Also the antenna must be level and straight; something to double check.
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The front antenna is located behind the grill and the rear antenna is located on top the rear bumper which is completely enclosed by the fiberglass body.
Never install any radar antenna behind a grill. Either behind a flat surface or in any opening.
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