|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 2.8 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||XP|
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Radenso XP Radar Detector with GPS Lockout and Red Light/Speed Camera Voice Alerts
- Top-flight sensitivity delivers radar alerts up to several miles away, while best-in-class blind spot monitor/traffic monitor filtering prevents false alerts. The Radenso XP is the quietest radar detector available.
- GPS Lockout capability lets the Radenso XP remember common false alerts along your regularly driven routes so you never have to listen to the same false alert twice. Simply press and hold a button to add a GPS lockout.
- Additional features include automatic muting below a user-selectable speed, automatic sensitivity adjustment based on current speed and a built in red light and speed camera database with free updates.
- Telephone and e-mail support from the USA - 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty. Full money back guarantee for 30 days, no questions asked!
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Ultimate Performance, Uncompromising Silence.
The Radenso XP is the quietest radar detector available in the world. Top-flight sensitivity delivers radar alerts up to several miles away, while best-in-class blind spot monitor/traffic monitor filtering prevents false alerts. GPS Lockout capability lets the Radenso XP remember common false alerts along your regularly driven routes so you never have to listen to the same false alert twice. Additional features include automatic muting below a user-selectable speed, automatic sensitivity adjustment based on current speed, and a built in red light and speed camera database with lifetime free updates.
- GPS Lockouts for False Alerts
- Red Light/Speed Camera database
- OLED Display
- Voice alerts with 260 different messages
- Low Speed GPS auto-muting
- Low Noise Amplifier equipped antenna
- Selectable Radar Bands
- Separate TSR Filter for traffic sensors
- Ka band segmentation (10 segments)
- Low power K band detection
- Selectable KA POP radar band
- Blind Spot Monitor filter
- 3 digit frequency display
- Multiple Threat Display (up to 3 signals)
- Three modes (Highway, City, and AutoCity mode)
- Stealth - VG2 undetectable/Spectre (14+ feet)
- RJ11 power connection
- Direct Wire Kit/Visor Mount available separately
Less False Alerts
As radar nuisances like Blind Spot Monitors, Radar Cruise Control, and Traffic Sensors continue to become more prevalent, Radenso Radar’s world class filtering eliminates most false alerts.
Red Light/Speed Camera Alerts
When you are getting close to a camera threat, the Radenso XP will alert you and begin counting down how many feet you are away from the camera. Once you have passed it give you a successful beep tone.
Automatic Speed Muting
Automatic speed muting allows you to enjoy your detector with minimal false alerts. When you are driving under the user-defined speed, your detector will automatically mute X and K band alerts. At low speeds, you’ll never have to hit the mute button again.
OLED Display with four display modes
Display is set to full brightness at all times.
Display is dim at all times.
Display has a small dot that slowly moves across the screen until a alert is detected.
Display is completely dark until a alert is detected.
Radenso XP Dimensions:
Length: 4 5/8 inches
Width: 2.75 inches
Height: 1.25 inches
- Radenso XP Radar / Laser Detector
- Windshield Suction Cup mount
- Power Cord
- Carrying Case
- Mini-USB to USB data cable
- Extra fuse
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Legal DisclaimerThis device complies with part 15 of FCC rules. (FCC ID: 2AEE3XP)
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I installed the radar and got it set up pretty quick, only a few minutes looking through the menu and picking a few options I wanted to change. I kept it in beginner mode. I then went out on a drive... WOW what a difference 10 years makes. I am used to my 8500 going off like a tree full of birds. After 15 minutes of driving the Radenso was dead silent until it started indicating Ka and sure enough, in about 1000 feet, a cop at a gas station, drove past the cop and it went dead silent again. Even with stores on every corner with auto doors, GM, Lexus and Audi cars driving all around me, the thing didn't make a noise.
I'll update as I have more experience with the unit. But I'm super impressed thus far.
OK....I don't 'normally' do product review on Amazon as usually I am too busy, don't feel like typing, or just overall the product itself performs as I expect.
Fast forward to this week...I pulled the trigger on the Radenso XP Radar and Laser Detector for my new M3...Now this is kind of a big deal for me, you see, I have been brainwashed in a belief that if it isn't a V1 or an Escort, then it isn't a legitimate product. That is a bold faced lie.
After struggling with false laser alerts in my new BMW constantly with the V1 and Escort 360 Max, I decided either (A) I live without a radar detector as the amount of FALSE alerts I was getting caused me to ignore pretty much any alert that would occur with them...or (B) I try something new.
After doing much research, visiting the forums (Vortex, Bimmerpost, etc) I decided to give the Radenso XP and Pro-M both a try...I actually had some friends that both raved about their XP and the Pro-M's, so I was able to borrow them each for a week each to determine if the Radenso lived up to it's hype as "the quietest radar detector in the world."
Guess what...I am a believer. Both the XP and the Pro-M have been so quiet that I often times had to check to make sure they were powered on...and when an actual threat would occur, the range in both were great...best of all, NOT A SINGLE FALSE LASER ALERT!!!!!
Now, the Pro-M is more expensive, but also has a longer range. But hey, I am not a radar nerd and wasn't analyzing the distance in meters it would detect compared to the XP...I was just thankful that they worked...and as a matter of fact, they both WORKED WELL. The XP was a bit larger in size and doesn't have as long a range as the Pro-M...but I liked the performance of it and the fact that the buttons were a bit larger, more spaced out, and easier for me to navigate with.
I had to make a tough life decision: Do I go with the XP or the Pro-M.
For me, I made the decision mostly on the practicality, functionality, and cost of the unit...and hands down, the XP checked all those boxes. In addition, I decided to order the Blendmount for the Radenso XP and had the unit hard wired into my car from FyneTuned in Cincinnati, who does many Radenso professional installations (including the RC-M with ALP).
In the end, I couldn't be happier with my purchase and give much thanks to the team at Radenso that have developed an amazing product with incredible false alert blocking algorithms which really ensure any false alerts are blocked via the GPS and you don't hear them again...areas in which both my Escort or V1 would always false alert (sometimes even with GPS lockout on the Escort), the Radenso performed flawlessly.
If you are on the fence, do yourself a favor and order the Radenso, you will not regret it.
I'm glad there's finally decent competition for Bel/escort. I'm glad I picked this instead of the Redline.
It's not perfect but a whole lot less false alarms.
Having it learn where door openers and speed signs are, it will not alert to them any longer. Pleasurable driving again.
On a recent 700 mile Interstate drive, It alerted to 4 Ka equipped patrol cars and 2 K band units. Yes, K band is still in use by departments in smaller Towns,Counties and Parishes. All constant-on radars gave me between 1 1/2 miles to 2 miles notice. However Interstates tend to be level and relatively straight. Just read other reviews.
Definitely worth the price and having all those nuisance alerts.
- BSM filtering (the main reason I purchased this unit). While I still get a few false alerts, I have experienced only a quarter of the false alerts compared to the Escort Passport Max II
- Alert tones - much more audible yet much more pleasant to the ear than the Max II.
- Display. Very clear even in direct sunlight. I keep it at the brightest setting... even at night the brightness it not overbearing
- RJ11 jack. For those coming from an Escort device, you can use the same power cords. Bonus: the mute button even works on the Escort power cord
- Customer service is excellent
- Distance. This is not the radar detector for those looking for maximum range, but that's the tradeoff you get for all of the other features you get with this unit. The Max II picks up alerts from further away.
- Driving display - have an option to show the compass and voltage at the same time as speed is redundant to the speedo in the vehicle
- Auto lockout notification - this unit automatically locks as false alerts but you just have to blindly trust that this feature is working. The Max II provides a chirp and visual notification that false alerts are locked out -- I would suggest adding this same feature to the XP