Uniden - R1 DSP Long Range Radar/Laser Detector - Black
- Model: R1DSP
- SKU: 5997201
- 1 Questions, 0 Answers
- Uniden R1 DSP Long Range Radar/Laser Detector
- Single and double suction-cup brackets
- Cigarette adapter
- Connector double-sided Velcro tape
- Carry case
Ratings & Reviews
Get real-time alerts in your existing vehicle.
Superior sensitivity on all conventional and instant-on radar bands plus maximum laser range and off-axis coverage.
Highway mode is the most sensitive, with maximum detection ranges while on the highway or open road. City and City 2 are on the lower end of the detection scale for city driving.
Provides a 360° monitoring radius.
Advanced speed detection capability responds to brief bursts of radar.
Filters noise from the K and KA bands to prevent false detections.
Allow you to focus on the road.
The easy-to-see information display provides a clear view.
Provides PC connection for data updates
Includes single and double suction-cup brackets, cigarette adapter with mute key and USB port, connector double-sided Velcro tape and carry case.
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Top performing radar detectorAugust 15, 2017
This radar detector has outstanding performance (better than anything else out there besides the Uniden R3 which is an R1 with GPS), excellent false alert filtering, is undetectable by radar detector detectors, has a color OLED display that can be set to many different colors, and is receiving regular firmware updates and improvements from Uniden, making the detector even better and better over time. I consider this to be the best highway & backroad radar detector under $300. It will do a great job of giving you plenty of advanced warning while also filtering out those annoying radar based blind spot monitoring systems in many modern cars. (Hondas, Acuras, and GM vehicles will punch through the filters as they do with every other radar detector.) However, it offers one of the best filters around, plus the ability to control the sensitivity if you're getting too much performance, heh. If you do a lot of driving on not only the highway but also in the city, I would recommend you take a look at its big brother the R3. The R3 does everything the R1 can do, but it also adds a GPS chip which is extremely helpful. You can teach it what's a false alert (just double press the mute button) when you're near a speed sign or a drugstore's automatic door opener and it will learn and filter those false alerts for you in the future. It can automatically mute the detector at low speeds when you're stuck in traffic or sitting at a stop light. The R1 can't do that so you'll be busy hitting the mute button a lot in town. The R3 can also alert you to redlight camera and speedcameras as well, thanks to the GPS chip. However, if you don't need these extra features or you don't mind hitting the mute button when you're in urban areas, save the $100 and go for the R1. If you drive primarily on the highway, if you're often in rural areas where you don't care as much about stationary falses and you want to focus on performance, or you love spirited drive down backroads and again are looking for the highest level of protection to keep your driver's license safe, pick up an R1.
I would recommend this to a friend
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