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For every Whistler XTR-695 Radar Detector that you purchase, you will receive one FREE Whistler Socket Multiplier, model 203285. This socket multiplier is a $10 value.
The Whistler Socket Multiplier converts your existing single 12v DC outlet into two separate sockets so you can power two devices simultaneously. This promotion item will be automatically added to your order at the time of checkout. This is a limited time offer and is available only while supplies last.
For every Whistler XTR-695 Radar Detector that you purchase, you will receive one FREE Whistler INTELLICORD® Power Cord. This power cord is a $20 value.
The Whistler INTELLICORD® provides a programmable button on the base of the power cord to which you can assign any two of the following features: Power On/Off, City Modes, Dim/Dark, and Quiet/Auto Quiet. This promotion item will be automatically added to your order at the time of checkout. This is a limited time offer and is available only while supplies last.
The Whistler XTR695 supports seven display colors, allowing anyone to find a color that goes well with their vehicle interior. Even more importantly, the XTR695 is also the first detector to offer color coded alerts. This means that you can have the display change to a certain color based on the type of alert! Not too concerned about X band alerts? Have the display turn green when you receive one. At a glance you'll know not to panic. Every second counts with a laser alert. Have the display turn red and you'll know to react immediately! The colors supported are: red, purple, light, medium, and dark blue, and light and dark green.
The Radar/Laser Signature ID feature gives a driver additional information to help determine if a threat is real or false.
As you become accustomed to driving in a certain area with a detector, you tend to learn where false alerts will occur and what band(s) of radar police in your area typically use. Normal radar band identification (X, K, Ka) is very useful, as it helps a driver determine if the alert is a real threat or a false alarm. The X and K radar bands are relatively small, and there is little fluctuation in the frequencies that a detector will pick up in these bands. Ka, however, is a monster. There are three common frequencies used by Ka radar guns in the United States, but there are also three other less common Ka frequencies that are used and cannot be ignored by a detector. When the Whistler XTR-695 receives a Ka alert, the Signature ID feature allows the detector to display the frequency of the Ka radar gun closest to the detected frequency. This effectively breaks the Ka band down into smaller segments, which can be much more useful when determining the validity of a threat.
The laser Signature ID feature works a little differently. During a laser alert, the XTR-695 will display the pulse rate (PPS) of the laser being detected. The Whistler XTR-695 even allows drivers to lock out individual PPS rates, preventing future alerts for that PPS. This feature is the answer to the prayers of many drivers who suffer through daily laser falses because their route takes them by an airport or other laser source.
|Signals Detected||Instant-On (Pulse) Radar, K Band, Ka Band, Laser (front / rear), POP Mode Radar, Safety Warning System™ (SWS™) Alerts, X Band|
|RDD Immunity||VG-2 Undetectable|
|Filtering||Custom Filter Modes, Multiple City Modes, Selectable Bands|
|Audio Options||Audio Jack, Voice Alerts|
|Ports and Connectivity||No|
Great for Ka, K when its not a false alarm, Laser when you can get sufficient warning. K band I tend to search for K band comm antennas when it goes off as this is most common, but some policing agencies do still use K band. Laser is usually hand held so very difficult to react in time if speed trap. Turned off POP due to large increase in false alarems. Turn off Xband in city due to false alarms.
Just A Good Detector For The Money
driving to and from work 3-4 hrs,it has great range sometimes u think false alarm but down the road its real,going to send in for warranty,over half the time have to manually start does not always turn on with key,text on right side going black can't read, compass sometimes ok sometimes not
need product everyday for life on the road, especiallly like the colors when unit alarms you.