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Cobra XRS 9345 14-Band Radar/Laser Detector with POP-Mode Radar Gun Detection and VG-2/Spectre Alert I Surveillance Immunity (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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XRS9345
  • 14-Band detection--detects 7 radar, 6 laser and 1 safety signal
  • UltraBright data display provides easy recognition of band detected by use of band identification icons
  • Provides complete immunity to VG-2 and alerts for Spectre I/IV radar detector-detectors
  • LaserEye provides 360-degree detection of laser signals
  • One-year limited warranty
  • Cobra 360 deg, ultra bright data
  • Energy certified
  • Portable design
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Product Information

Style: XRS9345
Technical Details
Item Weight5 ounces
Product Dimensions4 x 3 x 2 inches
Item model numberXRS9345
Display TypeLCD
Warranty30 Days and Manufacturer
Height (inches)5 inches
Width (inches)5 inches
Weight12.80 Ounces
  
Additional Information
ASINB001RHSA5W
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 3, 2009
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Technical Details

Style: XRS9345
  • Model: XRS9345
  • Width: 5.00 inches
  • Height: 5.00 inches
  • Weight: 0.80 pounds
  • Warranty: 30 Days and Manufacturer

Product Description

Style: XRS9345

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Amazon.com Product Description The XRS 9345 provides total protection and peace of mind with the Xtreme Range Superheterodyne technology, detecting all 14 radar/laser bands with reliable and proven performance. It comes with the UltraBright Data Display, LaserEye 360 degree detection and much more.

Total protection and peace of mind.

Spectre I Undetectable
Provides complete immunity to Spectre I radar detector-detectors.

14-Band Detection
Detects 7 radar, 6 laser and 1 safety signal. Radar signals include X Band, K Band, Ka Superwide, Ku Band, VG-2, Spectre I and Spectre IV+. Laser signals include LTI 20-20, Ultra Lyte, ProLaser, ProLaser III, Stalker LIDAR and Speedlaser. Safety signal is Safety Alert Traffic Warning System.

Spectre Alert I/IV+
Alerts user when they are under surveillance of Spectre I/IV+ radar detector-detectors.

IntelliMute Pro
Relative speed sensing auto shutdown feature will render your detector undetectable by currently available radar detector-detectors.

VG-2 Undetectable
Provides complete immunity to VG-2 radar detector-detectors.

High Performance
High performance radar/laser detector with reliable, proven performance.

UltraBright Data Display
Provides easy recognition of band detected by use of band identification icons.

POP Mode Radar Gun Detection
Detects the latest POP Mode Radar Gun (Super-fast Instant-On Mode)

UltraBright data display provides easy recognition of band detected by use of band identification icons.

View controls, indicators and connections. Click to enlarge.

Ku Band Detection
Detects Ku Band Radar Gun currently being used in Europe. Be prepared for future introduction in the U.S.

LaserEye
Provides 360-degree detection of laser signals.

VG-2 Alert
Alerts the user when they are under surveillance of VG-2 radar detector-detectors.

Safety Alert
Warns drivers of the presence and/or approaching emergency vehicles, railroad crossing, and road hazard locations equipped with Cobra's exclusive Safety Alert transmitters.

Auto Mute
Automatically mutes the alert tone for enhanced driver convenience.

IntelliMute
Relative-speed-sensing Auto Mute system that virtually elminates false alerts.

Digital Signal Strength Meter
Provides the driver with relative proximity to the target using 5-level digital signal strength meter.

City/Highway Modes
Allows the user to select operating mode, reducing the frequency of falsing in densely polulated urban areas.

Dim Mode
Allows the user to dim the radar detector display enhancing night driving visibility.

Stay Set Electronic Memory
Electronically remembers radar detector settings for an indefinite period of time even with the power removed.

What's in the Box
XRS 9345 Detector Unit, Straight 12V DC Power Cord, Windshield Mounting Bracker with suction cups, Instruction manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This product works great, has saved me from a ticket a couple times.
ee-me2014
City mode is great as it cancels out the X signals which are most likely the cause of false alarms.
Atif Qureshi
Most of the time, I saw cop cars before the radar detector alerted me.
Jay Green

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

138 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Wally on August 14, 2011
Style Name: XRS9945
I recently took a 400 mile round trip with my Cobra and I was very pleased in fact it saved me twice from getting a $180 ticket so it more than paid for it self two times over. False alerts are very rare and it's very obvious by the strength that it's from a store. On a straight run on the highway I get about a two mile or more warning. On hills and curves that is cut down quite a bit but still enough time to slow down. I love the extra features like the compass and intellimute. The usb port for the gps module is great to have if I ever want red light camera capability. The size is a little longer that other radar detectors but the suction cup mount seems stronger that the $350 Escort I had and the unit does not shake like the Escort did. The coiled cord is nice and is a perfect length for my car. A long straight cord is available if anyone needs that.

Overall I'm very happy with the Cobra. It looks great and works great. What more can you ask for? Buy it. You'll like it.

(Update)
After enjoying the XRS 9945 for a couple of weeks I decided to get the red light gps module. Although I haven't taken any trips yet that encounter red light cameras, I really like being able to put in my own user alerts (up to 1000) and having my speed and more accurate compass available. I feel I have the complete package now.

(Second Update)
I don't know why people are bashing Cobra radar detectors. The XRS 9945 has worked as well as an Escort 8500 I had a while back plus it has tons of useful features. I read about a $500 Bell and how it knows the difference between non police signals and police radar (different freq's). My Cobra does that at one quarter the price. I had a low end Cobra from Walmart and a mid range Whistler and they were both junk.
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177 of 193 people found the following review helpful By FauxStar on October 9, 2010
Style Name: XRS9945 Verified Purchase
Saved a tone of money with this. I'll be honest and I am sorry for this, but I do speed on freeways in America. Sorry, but in my opinion speed limits are way too low here. It's hard to drive on Autobahns with no speed limits one day, and then the next thing you know, you live in America and you have to live with 55/65 mph. So to cut the chase, I've purchased this unit to avoid tickets and to replace my previous lower end Cobra that had a lot of false alarms.
Summary:
Fake alarms reduced by 90% (besides funny moments such as warning me of Train and Railroad when going to Safeway)
Voice warning comes handy
Detects highway patrol/cops from far far away, including their most advanced guns, thus saving you a fortune.
Beware some officers know their job well: Will not protect you from those smart officers, who know how to ticket you by tailgating you. No detector will help you against that one. Trust me I got ticket that way.
Checked legality with friend of mine who is an Officer and found out that these are not illegal in California. BUT:Keep on mind that seeing one in your car will certainly NOT make Officer happy, and it WILL put you in A bad light.
To conclude: Well paid off investment. I was supposed to be ticketed dozen of times w/out this. At least I am honest and hope that helps. But don't be me. I still don't encourage you to you to speed and drive unsafely. Be smart, at the end of the day all that speeding, will save you only 2-3 minutes. I promise to change, too.
:)

P.S. If in need for speed: Go to the race track.
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188 of 212 people found the following review helpful By N. Earwood on February 25, 2010
Style Name: XRS9345
I can't justify paying more than $100 dollars for a RADAR detector. This one does the job fine. All RADAR detectors will give false alarms for door openers, etc., since they use the same frequencies. Also, officers have to have their RADAR on for your detector to work. Some of the reviews on here whined about police officers being right next to them and it not going off.

For a cheap RADAR/LIDAR detector, the Cobras work just like they should. They cannot do magic, and neither can the $400 ones. The only advantage to the more expensive ones are if they come with remote mounted (front and rear) sensors. Otherwise, it's the same technology for 4x times the price.
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57 of 70 people found the following review helpful By James A. Bassett on May 22, 2009
Style Name: XRS9745
Ok, let me start off by saying, " for a hundred bucks, it aint too bad!" It doesn't have the best range, but it does have a good deal of features to play with. It actually doesn't false too much more than other detectors I own (bel 955, whistler pro 78). Definately has less range than those two, but at least it mutes itself without having to push a button like the bel! That to me is a big issue. Reaching up to the window to push a little button while driving can be a little hazerdous! HaHa. It does have nice tones to it's alarms unlike the screeching bel and is fairly loud. It does have a nice coiled cord unlike the whistler which uses a straight one that flops around in front of my radio. The display can be tough to see in daylight at times. It seems to me, Cobra is just putting a product out there to make max profit! Where bel and whistler seem to put more emphasis on quality and performance. And the prices reflect it. That's really the difference here! Like I said, it's not bad for the price, and it really does detect radar albeit from less range than most. So if you're budget doesn't allow more expensive units, I'd say this isn't a bad choice.
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