That is part of the topic, don't see a problem with the discussion going on here. In the Escort and Uniden section members call those companies out when deserved. I see no reason why members can't hold V1 to the same standard.
If it's a fixed location just rely on a gps based database like Wazs to alert you. Check with your local in country radar detector dealers to see what threats you face. Then you can see which detectors are designed to work in your country.
This topic comes up from time to time. Many newer detectors can and will filter some of these speed signs out. Could be a K band sign that has drifted so far off frequency a detector will ignore it. Possibly this sign was on a different frequency all together so a detector will not even see it...
All things considered that is a great chart. A user that has one of those units can then adjust the settings for their own K band needs and can get an idea of what level of performance to expect. Well done.
I'm late on this thread. My first question is what is your definition of "Stealth"? To me this means a detector that is immune to an RDD (radar detector detector). This should only be a concern for you if you travel in Virginia, parts of Canada, and Washington DC.
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I should also add, there have been no new radar bands to "download" as you stated. For the future it's all going to be KA and laser as well as speed cams. In the USA the next big thing will be MRCT and MRCD. A simple download will not save you from any of that. The game of cat and mouse continues.
I understand your situation but thousands of companies have been forced into an unprecedented moment. When they are ordered to close their doors and send everyone home it's game over. Very unique situation that is not the fault of any company.
The auto lockout feature has worked beautifully for many many years, it first came out on the 9500ix model i think. You can turn that feature off if you want. Since PA is pretty much all K band you might consider the V1 gen2, the Pro M, or the Max 360c.
Car makers will step the voltage down to 12- 13.8 volts on these new 48 volt vehicles for accessory ports. The only way you would burn your cell phone or detector up is if this system in the vehicle malfunctioned.
Escort still holds the patent on GPS so that's why it's not in the detector. V1 had three choices, pay Escort royalty fees, add it anyway and get sued, or bypass Escort and use an APP. They chose the APP route, I can't blame them.