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Old January 6th, 2017
drtoddw drtoddw is offline
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If you are looking at band segmentation, the general suggestion is that you may want to run the Redline in wide Ka mode and record what you are seeing. That would be a good indicator. I ran in the 2,5,8 Band Segmentation and then ran 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 every once in a while.

If you are asking about the settings other than the Band segmentation, RDR Off and TSR on is what I went with. But that's only part of the picture and what works for me may not work for you. In order to understand what YOU need to do you really need to understand what the settings do then apply them to your situation. I'd do a search for Vortex Radar or click here: http://www.vortexradar.com/2014/04/h...scort-redline/

If this is the video you have watched, sorry...but I have watched it a few times and still learn from it. I have used my redline in Chicagoland and, when I did, I just ran the 2-9 bands to see what was out there. And honestly, I saw a little of everything except X band, although I do know that some out state IL counties still use it. Outside of Chicago itself I'd run at least the 2,5,8 segmentation, Highway mode. Maybe add a band (6, 4, or both). The real performance enhancement comes with the RDR off. I've found personally that a band or 2 added to the segmentation doesn't make a huge diffreence in detection, but may increase false alerts. I put TSR on if K band is just too noisy, if still too chatty put it in Automode too.

Last edited by drtoddw; January 6th, 2017 at 05:01 PM.
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