Despite bobdat's post, I have some questions about the 940 sensitivity. I just replaced my 25 year old Uniden RD9XL. I have three of the RD9s and know them and how they respond very well.
My question concerns the false alarms of the RD9 verses the 940. The RD9 gives a lot of false alarms and the 940 gives almost none. That should be good but it makes me question the sensitivity of the 940. The 940 will false alarm when I get close to automatic doors, like within 25-50 feet. The RD9 would have alarmed at 400-500 feet.
So, does the 940 have some logic in it that can discriminate between speed radar and door radar? If it does, does that logic break down at close range?
I haven't encountered speed radar yet (unless the 940 didn't report it) so I can't tell how sensitive the 940 is.
I can't run both at the same time because the RD9 triggers continuously, presumably on leakage from the 940. The 940 is quite.
I'm going to be traveling through some real treacherous territory, Rt 19 in WV. I need some confidence building for the 940.