How to Set Up & Configure the Radenso Pro & Radenso Pro SE

Here’s a tutorial to walk you through the different features and options available on the Radenso Pro and Radenso Pro SE so you can set it up the way you want for optimal performance and minimal false alerts. 🙂

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Purchase the Radenso Pro SE here.

Update: Both of these detectors have seen been discontinued and replaced by the Radenso Pro M. The Pro M shares a lot in common with the RPSE, but it offers international radar gun detection capabilities and improved BSM filtering as well. Most of what you see in this tutorial applies to the Pro M as well.

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    • Bo on August 8, 2016 at 11:55 am
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    Thanks for the great video. On a previous Radenso Pro SE review, you dinged it for the software. A few months have gone by and you’re on a new firmware. Has the update fixed the issues? I’m comparing it to the Max 2 and the still to arrive XI. I’m particularly interested in filtering car systems such as blind spot and adaptive cruise. These are taking off, which do you think is best and will be best as range and this filtering? Thanks

    1. So the update (US14) has fixed some of the issues, but there’s still some issues with the lockouts. It’s been improved but not solved. I just updated the detector again to a beta of US16 which should have further improvements. I don’t know exactly what the changes are, but I’ll drive around with it and see how that looks. If it’s all good, it should be released in the not too distant future.

      As for the BSM filtering, I like the Max’s and iX’s ability to filter BSM’s without resorting to TSR so it’s better against brief shots, but the filtering isn’t the greatest. It’s pretty good, but not the best out there. It’s been a while since I’ve run the Radenso to be honest so I’m gonna be doing that now as well.

        • John Schoendorf on August 16, 2016 at 4:13 pm
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        Hey Vortex,

        Thanks for all the testing you do! You are an educator of RD’s.

        I am a long time RD user and have been for many years. I have a segmented Redline , a segmentedd V1 plus YaV1 app, Max360 1.5 and a Radenso Pro SE US14 version.

        My question is how is US16 working for you?

        Thanks,

        John L Schoendorf
        Murfreesboro, TN

    • Joe on September 17, 2016 at 9:42 pm
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    Thanks for all the work u do for us newbies. Waiting in the SE or the XP to come out to get one of these. These forums are addictive lots of information thanks to all the experts on them.

    • Alex on September 9, 2017 at 10:39 am
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    I’m not sure where to put this, so I’ll post here.
    Since you’re such a great resource for radar detectors, I’d love to see an article on detection in Europe for my next vacation.

    Which detectors work best in Europe?
    Could you do a review of the Genevo One M?
    Stealth mounting locations and methods for windshield detectors? Methods to further disguise windshield detectors?

    • Razvan on February 6, 2019 at 5:14 am
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    Hello

    Could you please tell me what do you mean by ” it offers international radar gun detection capabilities “.
    Could it be used in Europe?

    The reason i am asking is that i used to own a V1 for the past 2 years. It worked brilliantly, but it was very chatty, even with Savy.
    So i purchased a Uniden R3, which seems to be very quiet. No radar encountered up to now, just a laser and to my surprise i got a ticket and the radar detector didn’t say a thing. Dead quiet.

    So question is, would the Radenso pro m be a more better option? Does the Radenso have the Camera coverage that the European brother does?

    Thanks for the info.

    1. MultaRadar guns first started showing up overseas and now they’re showing up here Stateside. I don’t know if American radar detectors are good overseas though and they certainly don’t have GPS databases loaded in for detecting international threats.

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