I've got a 9500ci, and TSR is starting to show up here in Ohio.
My daily route will eventually have the sensors, but for now it doesn't, so I have been leaving TSR turned off. However, when I take other routes, I run into the stupid things and nearly crap my pants.
What I've found is that if I have TSR off and drive past the sensors enough times, TrueLock seems to shut out the signal, but I don't know if this is reliable. Since the sensors seem to "pulse" at some interval, if I drive past an area when it's not pulsing I can imagine that the TrueLock may unlock after a while.
Most of the LEOs around here seem to be shooting Lidar or Ka anyway, but I know that K band is still out there sometimes. I'm assuming TSR is cutting down the sensitivity or delaying the alert for all K band when it is enabled, correct? Hence, leaving TSR turned on would make us more vulnerable to QT K?
I'm trying to wrap my head around what the "least worst" option here is. Am I better off using TSR, or should I allow TrueLock to learn where the sensors are?
Currently I've been leaving TSR off, but once I hit an area where the sensors are hot, I usually get into the menus and re-enable it on the fly (the voice announcements are very helpful for this, as well as having my display mounted in the top of my gauge hood where it's easy to glance at without losing the road for long). What would be really nice is if we could get an additional "sensitivity" setting for Auto+TSR, and maybe Auto+TSR+NoX, so it would be easier to toggle between TSR on/off. (Alternatively, another multi-button "hotkey" for toggle TSR would be good, like maybe the upper two sides, similar to the bottom two for programming mode.)