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Are there users of this European version of the Radenso RC M driving around in The Netherlands, Belgium or Germany?
 

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Yes!
 

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I had the One M first and now the Genevo Assist. Bevore I had the Valentine V1. I like the One M as well as the Assist. False alarm are OK and K-Band detection and Multaradar is reliable. Stinger has bad reviews here. From another user in S. I knew that Stinger has too many fals alarms and very few updates. So there is not much choice. Maybe Escort ci Max 360. But I don't knew how good it is in Europe. From Genevo I wish better filtering of assist systems from other cars.
 

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I had the One M first and now the Genevo Assist. Bevore I had the Valentine V1. I like the One M as well as the Assist. False alarm are OK and K-Band detection and Multaradar is reliable. Stinger has bad reviews here. From another user in S. I knew that Stinger has too many fals alarms and very few updates. So there is not much choice. Maybe Escort ci Max 360. But I don't knew how good it is in Europe. From Genevo I wish better filtering of assist systems from other cars.
Which bands do I need to use for Switzerland? Do you also know them for Italy? Thanks.
 

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Which bands do I need to use for Switzerland? Do you also know them for Italy? Thanks.
K-Band and especially Laser
 

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FYI, the Redline only segments Ka band, not K.
I believe that the International version of the Original Redline can segment K and, as you know, the Redline EX can segment.
 

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Correct. I have the International Redline
K1 (23.950-24.110)
K2 (24.110-24.175)
K3 (24.175-24.250)
Ka1 (33.392 – 33.704)
Ka2 (33.704 – 33.896)
Ka3 (33.886 – 34.198)
Ka4 (34.184 – 34.592)
Ka5 (34.592 – 34.808)
Ka6 (34.806 – 35.166)
Ka7 (34.143 – 35.383)
Ka8 (35.378 – 35.618)
Ka9 (35.595 – 35.835)
Ka10 (35.830 – 35.998)
Multaradar CD
Multaradar CT
GATSO
Stelkra
 

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Correct. I have the International Redline
K1 (23.950-24.110)
K2 (24.110-24.175)
K3 (24.175-24.250)
Ka1 (33.392 – 33.704)
Ka2 (33.704 – 33.896)
Ka3 (33.886 – 34.198)
Ka4 (34.184 – 34.592)
Ka5 (34.592 – 34.808)
Ka6 (34.806 – 35.166)
Ka7 (34.143 – 35.383)
Ka8 (35.378 – 35.618)
Ka9 (35.595 – 35.835)
Ka10 (35.830 – 35.998)
Multaradar CD
Multaradar CT
GATSO
Stelkra
Can you turn off K-band and still detect MRCD/T and gatso?
 

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Can you turn off K-band and still detect MRCD/T and gatso?
I do here in the Netherlands. We have the latest Gatso here and multiradar. Both difficult to pick up. Distance varies but not as much as the old generation Gatso
 

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I do here in the Netherlands. We have the latest Gatso here and multiradar. Both difficult to pick up. Distance varies but not as much as the old generation Gatso
For longer MRCD/gatso detection range you should try mounting the radar detector vertically :)
 

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For longer MRCD/gatso detection range you should try mounting the radar detector vertically :)
Really?? Will try that. I must say that the windshield of my Volvo a damping causing so less detection distance
 

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For sure. You have to mount it vertically. The detection of low powered K band radar may slight decrease but for Gatso it seems the solution for having the best detection range.
Please let you know after testing it in vertical :)
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Which bands do I need to use for Switzerland? Do you also know them for Italy? Thanks.
No radar systems in Italy.
The use Lidar or average speed control from point to point or autovelox system (using laser).
 
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For sure. You have to mount it vertically. The detection of low powered K band radar may slight decrease but for Gatso it seems the solution for having the best detection range.
Please let you know after testing it in vertical :)
MRCD detection will go to zero when using a RD in vertical position. I tried this many times when parking in front of MRCD: There is no detection at all in vertical position.

However you can try 45 degrees for a compromise. ;)
 

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MRCD detection will go to zero when using a RD in vertical position. I tried this many times when parking in front of MRCD: There is no detection at all in vertical position.

However you can try 45 degrees for a compromise. ;)
Maybe because of MRCD polarization is different from Gatso one.
For Gatso for sure vertical is better.
If you have MRCD and Gatso in your country you have to choose.
Or trying in 45 degrees as you've said...
 

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