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Whats everyone using?

I have 2 escort 8500's and i have my deposit in on a new escort 9500 that comes out tomorrow.

I bought my first 8500 a few years back, it paid for ityself 10 times over, but then it broke and since i had been lulled into a false sense of security i didn't replace it till this year, after getting pulled over 3 times this year i decided to get some good units back in my vehicles so i sent that 8500 in to be repaired and picked up another 8500 at the same time for my other car.

I cant wait to try out my new 9500 tomorrow




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Tony...I have the Escort 8500 X50....been super happy with it. Jammin is the only person I know who has the 9500. You might want to PM him to get his first hand impression of it.

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+1 on the 8500. After my second speeding ticket this year, went straight to Best Buy to buy one. Was reluctant at first about the price tag, but it has definitely worth every penny.

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All that tech and you still got hammered?

Post up on the 9500 after yor use it for a while. X-mass is coming.

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I got hammered cause I wasn't using it. Now I don't leave home with out them, thats why I'm buying one for every vehicle. my procrastination to get my 8500 fixed cost me well over a grand in speeding fines in the last year. so I finnaly got on the ball and bout another 8500 and now the 9500.




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Valentine One ( tells you if its from behind, side, or ahead )
You might want to talk to Kaos968 about that...on our Colorado trip...he was popped twice...V1 the chicken little of detectors

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Isn't the only differ between the 9500 and the X50 is the gps marker...and the ability to share the gps markers??

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A few other features but yes thats the gist of it. It will filter out false alarms via the gps, and adjust its alerts depending on your speed. Also it has a microphone and adjusts it's alerts depending on the ambient noise in the vehicle.




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I would stick with Escort products...I have never been a fan of the V1....especially when trying to mount on a bike...you need to spend another $65 to get a jack for an ear piece And riding with Kaos(v1), Jammin(9500) and I(X50)...I still think the Escort is more sensitive product.

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I have always been impressed with the escort productsI picked up a cop over 2 miles away yesterday.




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I have always been impressed with the escort productsI picked up a cop over 2 miles away yesterday.
K band?? or Ka?? I pick up K stuff at real long distances...Jammin and I picked up an Arizona state trooper using K about 8 miles away And near Tuba City picked up X signal in the middle of nowhere...it was a Reservation Cop running an old X unit....11 miles away Have got Laser warning just in time last fall in Wisconsin about 10 miles south of Green Bay. Do you have POP feature turned on?

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I don't used a detector, everytime I have one in the car I got pulled over.
Have not used in years and will keep it that way.

I always love the people that are in a hurry to get someplace only to have me right behind them at the next light or so.

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here's a head to head with the 8500, Val 1, Bel 995

kinda long but it breaks every test and result down well:
http://www.motortrend.com/features/m...ar_buyersguide

and if you can't wait that long:
http://www.motortrend.com/features/m...de/index9.html
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I don't used a detector, everytime I have one in the car I got pulled over.
Have not used in years and will keep it that way.

I always love the people that are in a hurry to get someplace only to have me right behind them at the next light or so.
Jon....I don't use it to get places fast...I use it because getting caught for speeding is a crap shoot...everyone speeds, sometimes 5 over, sometimes 30 over. If the detector gives me an "edge" in not getting one, then I'm using it. Speeding tickets have nothing to do safety, it's all about revenue, period. Personally I think everyone should have one in the car, the trick in not getting a ticket is awareness, keeping your eyes open and thinking about what you are doing, the detector helps me remain focus on my driving. I think my average driving speed is lower since I started using a detector. A detector doesn't make you invincible, anymore that 4 wheel drive does in a snow storm. The combination of using a detector and learning how to interpret the signals will help you not getting a ticket. Driving and riding blindly at 40 over the limit, will get you a ticket, just ask Kaos and Jammin.

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I don't get it. Everytime I get in the car with you it's like my grandma is driving. How are you getting these tickets? Are they for driving to slow?






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Whats everyone using?

I have 2 escort 8500's and i have my deposit in on a new escort 9500 that comes out tomorrow.

I bought my first 8500 a few years back, it paid for ityself 10 times over, but then it broke and since i had been lulled into a false sense of security i didn't replace it till this year, after getting pulled over 3 times this year i decided to get some good units back in my vehicles so i sent that 8500 in to be repaired and picked up another 8500 at the same time for my other car.

I cant wait to try out my new 9500 tomorrow

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here's a head to head with the 8500, Val 1, Bel 995

kinda long but it breaks every test and result down well:
http://www.motortrend.com/features/m...ar_buyersguide

and if you can't wait that long:
http://www.motortrend.com/features/m...de/index9.html
I thought the Bel 995 and the 8500 were the same thing. I could be mistaken on the model number, but one of the companies bought out the technology of the other and are essentially the same minus the pretty plastic packaging.

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I don't get it. Everytime I get in the car with you it's like my grandma is driving. How are you getting these tickets? Are they for driving to slow?
I know right. I'm the slow one my wife is the maniac and she never gets rolled. after I had the 800 dollar speeding in construction zone ticket, I had become the prick that ran around everywhere with my cruise control on at the speedlimit. I still managed to speed up one time and got rolled shortly there after again. I was like FUCK THIS and went to tweeter and stocked up again

My luck is just too shitty to roll without one and escort rocks!




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The 9500 has been out for a while?

Ive been an Escort guy for a long long time and most recently have had an 8500 for the past year+. I just picked up the new V1 and tested both side by side for a few weeks. The V1 is now hardwired in the new ride.

It took the win for the arrows which IMO are indispensible. Ive read alot of complaints about the GPS logic/assumptions of the 9500 and decided I wanted a detector that let me decide what is a legitate source.

The 8500 and 9500 use the same sensor. That said, when both the 8500 and V1 are in their most "intelligent/reduce false alert" mode their sensitivity is almost exact. I would give the V1 the nod but we are talking about < a second with a source about a half mile. Because of this the V1 seems a bit jumpy on the false alerts but it resulted the same amount with they key difference in that the V1 shows the # of bogeys and srarts a new warning for each, while the 8500 just keeps beeping almost continuously. I like to know how many sources and where the strongest one is. The V1 is hands down the winner in this respect.

The final thing to consider is that the V1 is upgradeable. The 8500 is not, and Im not sure about the 9500 as I believe it has a USB port. Price wasnt a huge factor for me, but the 9500 is substantially more.
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The 9500 has been out for a while?

Ive been an Escort guy for a long long time and most recently have had an 8500 for the past year+. I just picked up the new V1 and tested both side by side for a few weeks. The V1 is now hardwired in the new ride.

It took the win for the arrows which IMO are indispensible. Ive read alot of complaints about the GPS logic/assumptions of the 9500 and decided I wanted a detector that let me decide what is a legitate source.

The 8500 and 9500 use the same sensor. That said, when both the 8500 and V1 are in their most "intelligent/reduce false alert" mode their sensitivity is almost exact. I would give the V1 the nod but we are talking about < a second with a source about a half mile. Because of this the V1 seems a bit jumpy on the false alerts but it resulted the same amount with they key difference in that the V1 shows the # of bogeys and srarts a new warning for each, while the 8500 just keeps beeping almost continuously. I like to know how many sources and where the strongest one is. The V1 is hands down the winner in this respect.

The final thing to consider is that the V1 is upgradeable. The 8500 is not, and Im not sure about the 9500 as I believe it has a USB port. Price wasnt a huge factor for me, but the 9500 is substantially more.
Are you using the 8500 in expert mode it can track up to 9( if i remember correctly) separate threats and their independent levels on screen. you can also track them by frequency if you want to get really nerdy. I tried the valentine 1 and have read umpteen reviews on it, the arrows were nice. but at the same time it doesn't really matter as if it goes off, you need to slow down doesn't really matter where it's coming from.




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