Going “Plaid” ASAP (Tesla S) RDT refugee
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- May 18, 2018
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Fun alert, at limited expense to another: Well, it could be these patents will be applied on a surface mounted chip integrated into the new volume/on-off/mute/Full logic control. That explains the delay in the new volume control causing production to stop.Well one good thing about the current Patents, it shows thinking outside the current V1 box. Plus it shows components that have not been in current V1s IE LNAs for example. So I agree this isn't Radenso Theia type stuff, be it does look like a better V1 with additionally capabilities and if there is some type of TMF3 to combat BSM all the better.
Again, does a souped up V1 for $500 fit ones needs better then a $1200 Theia (guessing at a high price just as an example of why an improved V1 might be better choice for somebody then a maxed out Theia). In other words, whether an improved V1 comes out of not, or whether Theia sweeps the high end RD market: two things are still going to happen! Walmart is still going to be selling its $29 RDs and VR is still going to be selling $500 V1s.
What will be in my vehicle, most likely Theia if even only delivers half of what I think it can. I need the protection for how much and how far I drive with the limited time I have.
serious, agree with @cihkal on this one. “New and improved tide, new color box and packets with oxi cleaning”. In other words, incremental change to a dying design?
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V2 “two weeks“ is shorter than Radenso actual GA. People will buy V2 or whatever it is called. It will be real, and working Long before “Theory” comes out. Don’t get me wrong, love the Rai and the work to date. Mikey gets to taste blood first. No matter what prevent offense Radenso did by showing what is coming a ways off to freeze purchases.Heh. I really do hope we see something soon from VR.
Personally I'll be sitting out the initial launch of Theia until it's had plenty of testing time in the real world by RDF members (and not just range!). On paper it looks good in many ways, but the devil is always in the details, and so far no one has managed to deliver the perfect RD yet. But I still keep returning to my V1...