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    Default RX65 case question

    Noticed my new RX65 [which is quickly proving how much better it is than my RX55] has the printed 'RX65' logo on the detector itself in black, whereas on the packaging the text is blue, a Google image search shows units with blue logo. What colour is everyone elses? The packaging also says 'new titanium finish', tho I suspect they all say this [?]

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    Default Re: RX65 case question

    Quote Originally Posted by swifty
    Noticed my new RX65 [which is quickly proving how much better it is than my RX55] has the printed 'RX65' logo on the detector itself in black, whereas on the packaging the text is blue, a Google image search shows units with blue logo. What colour is everyone elses? The packaging also says 'new titanium finish', tho I suspect they all say this [?]
    Mine had the black lettering too.

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    Yeah, but it's just the writing on the case that's black. The case itself is still silver/grey/titanium/whatever.

    I prefer it to the dull matte black of the RX55, atho they look they'd be interchangeable.

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    Black on mine.

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    Black on mine as well. I expected it to be blue but it wasnt.

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    Hmmm. I wonder if they did anything else to the RD internally, or just changed the text colour/color. Perhaps it coincided with the latest firmware version.

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    Has anyone ever seen a blue one in person?...........I havent

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    dont sweat it swifty
    mine is one of the earliest models and its got black writing

    had the same question when i brought mine

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    Ah, cheers guys. Was worried mine was a black sheep [or something]. No sheep jokes from the Aussies please. :twisted:

    Hey PhilNZ, have you noticed a lot of low-powered Ka around here? Like they have it in standby or low power mode or something? Mine never gets to full alert when passing highway patrol doing this.

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    hey mate
    try tech mode and you will get to see what freq your hits are
    stalker dual = 34.7
    cameras 34.6
    but yes dont seem to ever get a full alert
    have asked the question can they be turned down and have been told no
    all tests in usa have a 2 mile test range and 65 gets signal of about 2 bars(see sml speed zones test or roy has results also
    ive never had a longer hit than 1.6km head on with the cops on the hwy (not alot of time if both doing 100km or more head on)
    but mainly get less than that norm 800m-1.2
    think usa results done in desert dry and fine weather
    those hits i had with camera was fine days also so think that has alot to do with it
    am waiting to come across cop on way to hamilton on the straights to see if it gets any better
    had a mates x50 last yr and got 2.5 k warning for a cop on side of rd

    any other questions give me a ring
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