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    Default 2 detector together?

    hi! i have try to use 2 radar detector together, in the same time to test the detection range..


    But now my 2 detector work very bad, (i have 2 police radar setup in my car, an X band and another one on K band) and after i have put the 2 detector together, the 2 radar detector dont detect any signal when i turn my X band radar on...

    can i damage the radar detector by runing 2 detector simultaneously, or by putting the radar detector in a very short distance from the police radar?

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    Yes, that can cause problems. See the link for more info:
    http://www.valentine1.com/lab/DoItYourself.asp

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    they will interfere with each other....not a good idea

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    Default detectors

    this is due to the local oscillator emissions they give off!!

    the valentine is really shielded!

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    STOP already
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    You have a SEVERE case of V1 zombienitus
    RIP Duncan my BELOVED black lab son 8/7/99-3/23/11. I will miss you DEARLY.


    http://www.criminalcustomzshop.com/


    LET THE BIRTH OF MANY TESTING GROUPS HAPPEN!











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    buyradardetectors rocks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happya$$
    You have a SEVERE case of V1 zombienitus
    and he doesn't even own a V1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: detectors

    Quote Originally Posted by valentine-systems
    this is due to the local oscillator emissions they give off!!

    the valentine is really shielded!
    then why is it so Spectre vulnerable?

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    Default Re: detectors

    Quote Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
    Quote Originally Posted by valentine-systems
    this is due to the local oscillator emissions they give off!!

    the valentine is really shielded!
    then why is it so Spectre vulnerable?
    Huh? It's the least Spectre II visible and we don't know about III since the test was faulty.

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    well anything is too much eh?

 

 

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