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2009 Cobra Radar Detector Comparison

We now have several new Cobra radar detector models now in stock, and thought we should give all of a you a short review of the new options and changes.

One of the more interesting additions is that the AURA red light camera database functionality has been added to several models. While you will need to buy the GPSL plug-in and then subscribe to the service, this is a great option for those that may not need the red light alerts now but may want to upgrade in the future.

Cobra also claims that the new detectors provide detection of the Spectre I-IV radar detector detectors (RDDs). We look forward to some independent testing to learn more about this. Also the 9645, 9745, 9845, 9945, 9955, and 9960G have been upgraded to have what is described as "ultra" performance. So all of you radar detector testers (Hi all! Hope you are all doing well.) get to it.

Ok, here are the main changes for each of the detectors:

XRS 9345: UltraBright Data Display®, POP mode, IntelliMute® PRO

XRS 9445: UltraBright Data Display®, POP mode, IntelliMute® PRO

XRS 9545: DigiView® Text Display, POP mode, IntelliMute® PRO

XRS 9645: DigiView® Text Display, IntelliMute® PRO, Compass

XRS 9745: DigiView® Text Display, IntelliMute® PRO, Compass, Voice Alerts

XRS 9845: ExtremeBright DataGrafix® Display, IntelliMute® PRO, AURA red light camera database option, Compass, Voice Alerts

XRS 9945: ExtremeBright DataGrafix® Display, IntelliMute® PRO, AURA red light camera database option, Compass, Voice Alerts

XRS 9955: DataGrafix® Graphical Display II, IntelliMute® PRO, AURA red light camera database option, Compass, Voice Alerts

XRS 9960G: DataGrafix® Graphical Display II, AURA and GPSL included, Compass, Voice Alerts

Also, Veil Guy has a thorough review of the Cobra XRS R10G, XRS R8, XRS 9960G, and XRS 9955 GPS-Enabled radar detectors.

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