My new BEL RX65 gives constant laser falses, when I'm driving into the general direction of the Sun, especially mornings and early evenings. When there's snow on the ground (as there is for at least five months here in Vermont), it's worse, as reflected sunlight sets off laser warnings. I keep hitting the _mute_ button, then a few seconds later, it comes back.
This past January I got nailed by real radar because I couldn't pick it out from the laser falses, and heed the warning. Is there a way to temporarily disable the Laser warnings? Use an infrared filter from the Edmonds catalog? Did I buy the wrong detector? Would another give me the feature that I need?