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How to Set Up & Configure Your Escort Redline 360c Radar Detector

Escort Redline 360cThe Escort Redline 360c (purchase here) comes with a bunch of settings and options to let you customize your experience. It does a great job out of the box as a plug-and-play detector, but you can tweak it even further. Let’s go over how to use your detector as well as how to optimize its performance and false alert filtering.

You can program your detector either 1) directly in the detector or 2) using the Escort Live app. Most settings are available in both places, but doing it through the phone is faster and easier.

Note 1: The Redline 360c manual is also an excellent reference.

Note 2: This guide is current as of firmware 1.4 and will be updated as features are added or changed.

Redline 360c Interface & Operation

Starting off, let’s get familiar with the detector’s interface.

Redline 360c Buttons and Operation

Here’s some additional explanation and bonus info:

Sensitivity

Adjust the sensitivity of the detector on X and K band to balance range and false alert filtering.

  • Auto: Reduce the sensitivity of X and K band around town at lower speeds. Raises the sensitivity at faster speeds.
  • AutoNoX: Same as Auto, but disables X band altogether.
  • AutoLoK: Same as Auto, but always reduces K band sensitivity regardless of speed.
  • Highway: Full sensitivity at all times.

GPS Lockouts

With Auto Learn enabled in the settings (on by default), the Redline 360c will learn stationary false alerts from speed signs and shopping center door openers. After several passes, it’ll automatically learn those false alerts, beep, and display “Stored” on screen.

Redline 360c learning and storing a stationary false alert

Redline 360c learning and storing a stationary false alert

If you’d like to manually lock out a false alert immediately, triple press the “Mute” button while detecting a false alert. Don’t use this feature for moving false alerts (coming from nearby vehicles) or obviously when alerting to police officers. 🙂

To unlock a signal, double press the “Mute” button while the locked out signal is being detected.

Reporting Police to Escort Live

When connected to Escort Live over Bluetooth or WiFi, the Redline 360c will notify you of other people’s recently reported radar and laser alerts.

Redline 360c Escort Live alert ahead

Live Ka Alert Ahead

Your Redline 360c will automatically report your own Ka and Laser alerts to the cloud.

You can manually report any legitimate X or K band alerts to the cloud using the app.

If you’d like to report a stationary police officer you see parked on the side of the road, press and hold the “MUTE” button on top of the detector or on the SmartCord.

How to Change Settings

To change the Redline 360c’s settings, press and hold “SEN” and BRT” on top of the detector to enter the menu.

  • SEN: Scroll through the menu
  • BRT: Scroll through a submenu (when applicable)
  • – / +: Change the current setting
  • Power: Exit the menu

Additionally, here’s a quick video walkthrough of using the Redline 360c:

Redline 360c Settings

To configure your Redline 360c using your phone, download Escort Live for Android or iOS.

Once you do, connect to your Redline 360c and then go into Settings.

Escort Live settings

Connect to WiFi

If you’d like to connect your Redline 360c to a 2.4 GHz WiFi hotspot (5 GHz not supported), first connect your phone to that hotspot, then go into the “Wi-Fi Settings” section of the app. Type in the WiFi password and your RL360c will connect to the hotspot.

To configure the detector itself, tap on “Radar Settings.”

General Settings

Redline 360c Escort Live General SettingsSensitivity

  • Auto: Reduce the sensitivity of X and K band around town at lower speeds. Raises the sensitivity at faster speeds.
  • AutoNoX: Same as Auto, but disables X band altogether.
  • Highway: Full sensitivity at all times.
  • AutoLoK: Same as Auto, but always reduces K band sensitivity regardless of speed.

Brightness

  • Dark: Display off at all times, including during an alert. Audio still sounds normally.
  • Minimum
  • Medium
  • Maximum
  • Auto: Automatically adjusts display brightness based on ambient light levels.

Pilot

  • Full Word: Hide scanning bar at top of screen.
  • Scanning Bar: Show scanning bar at top of screen.

Meter Mode

Choose how much (or how little) information to display about either the highest priority signal or both the highest and second highest priority signals.

Standard

Redline 360c Standard Metering Mode

Display the band and strength of the primary signal.

Standard FR1

Redline 360c Standard FR1 Metering Mode

Display the band, as well as both the front and rear signal strength of the primary signal. (The left side is front and the right side is rear.)

This also displays the total number of signals detected (1 in this example) between the front and rear signal strength meters.

Standard FR2

Redline 360c Standard FR2 Metering Mode

Similar to Standard FR1, except now it can display info for the top 2 primary signals. Alert priority is Laser > Ka > K > X band.

Again the left side is front signal strength and the right side is rear signal strength.

In this mode, you’ll now have opposite colors for front and rear signal strength and arrows.

SpecDisplay

Redline 360c Spec Metering Mode

Same as Standard, but now adds a frequency display as well.

Spec FR1

Redline 360c Spec FR1 Metering Mode

Same as Standard FR1, except now it also shows the signal’s frequency.

Spec FR2

Redline 360c Spec FR2 Metering Mode

Same as Standard FR2, except now it also shows the primary signal’s frequency.

Expert FR

Display both the band and the front and rear signal strength for the top 4 priority signals. Locked out signals will be grayed out.

Redline 360c Expert Metering Mode

Simple

Gives you a much simpler display when a signal is detected.

When traveling above the speed limit (or the low speed muting threshold set via Cruise Alert when the speed limit is unknown), the detector displays “Slow Down.”

When traveling below those limits/thresholds, it displays “Caution.”

Redline 360c Simple Metering Mode

Arrow Mode

Configures how the arrows work and the colors they display.

  • Single: Displays the direction for only the primary threat.
  • Multiple: Displays direction and colors for multiple signals based on the metering mode.
  • Band: Arrow color changes based on band. X = Green. K = Blue. Ka/Laser = Red.

Auto Mute

Automatically reduces the alert volume after ~5 sec.

  • Off: Don’t automatically reduce the volume after the initial alert. Always alert at full volume.
  • Low: Drops the auto muted alert to a low volume level.
  • Medium: Drops the auto muted alert to a medium volume level.
  • High: Drops the auto muted alert to a high volume level.

Audio Tones

Customize the alert tones when a signal is detected.

  • Standard: Escort’s traditional alert tones.
  • Mild: Sounds more like a doorbell.
  • Standard PlusEscort’s traditional tones, and also lets you know when it detects a new signal while already alerting to another signal.

ZR3 Mode

Controls your optional Escort ZR5 or ZW5 laser shifters, including having them automatically disarm after X seconds, giving you enough time to slow down and avoid suspicion from the officer.

Important: Double press the mute button during a laser alert once you’ve slowed down to manually disable your jammers.

  • Off: Disable laser jamming altogether.
  • Receive Only: Laser detection only from your jammers. (Separate from laser detection by the Redline 360c itself.)
  • Shift: Unlimited jam time when shot. (Only to be enabled temporarily when testing.)
  • Shift 4 Seconds: Jam for 4 seconds, then automatically disable your jammers. (Recommended!)
  • Shift 6 Seconds: Jam for 6 seconds, then automatically disable your jammers.
  • Shift 8 Seconds: Jam for 8 seconds, then automatically disable your jammers.
  • Shift 10 Seconds: Jam for 10 seconds, then automatically disable your jammers.

Here is a demo of the 4 second automatic disarm with the Redline 360c and ZW5:

Voice

Audibly announce radar and laser information during an alert in addition to the normal beeps. This also speaks the different menu options as you scroll through.

You can disable this once you get comfortable with the different alert tones if you want to pay attention to the signal ramp-up first and foremost.

  • Off
  • On

Auto Power

If the power source your Redline 360c is plugged into is always on, including when you’re parked, the detector can automatically turn off after a set period of time so it doesn’t drain your vehicle’s battery.

If enabled, the detector will turn off its display after 30 min. The display will then turn back on once you drive >10 mph.

  • Off
  • One Hour
  • Two Hours
  • Four Hours
  • Eight Hours

Units

Adjust the units displayed for speeds and distance.

  • English: MPH & feet
  • Metric: KM/H & meters

GPS Filter

Enable the GPS-based false alert filters including GPS lockouts.

  • Off
  • On

Auto Learn

Automatically learn and lock out different sources of stationary false alerts including speed signs and shopping center door openers.

  • Off
  • On

Locked out signals will be grayed out and no arrows will appear.

Escort Redline 360c Locked Out Signal

Cruise Alert

Low speed muting. This is useful to keep the detector quiet around town, especially before Auto Learn has had a chance to start muting your stationary false alerts. When your detector alerts while traveling below this speed threshold, you’ll hear a double brap and then your detector will go silent.

This threshold is overridden by the speed limit for the road you’re on (requires an Escort Live connection and for Live to know the speed limit for your current road) so your detector will stay extra quiet when traveling below the speed limit.

  • Off
  • 20 – 160 MPH in 5 MPH increments

Over Speed Alert

Gives you an audible and visual warning when traveling over a preset speed.

  • Off
  • 20 – 160 MPH in 5 MPH increments

Language

  • English
  • Spanish

Display Color

Adjust the color of the display and arrows.

  • Amber
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue

Speed on Display

Display your speed or your vehicle’s voltage.

  • Off: Display vehicle voltage

Escort Redline 360c Display showing Voltage

  • On: Display current speed

Escort Redline 360c Display showing Speed

User Mode

Adjust whether or not you want to have access to just the basic controls in your detector or access to every setting and option.

  • Novice
  • Advanced

Band Settings

Redline 360c Escort Live Band SettingsLaser

Enable laser detection.

POP

Enable POP detection.

Ka Band

Enable detection of all of Ka band. Disable to use Ka band segmentation.

Ka band is actively used across North America.

K Band

Enable detection of all of K band. Disable to use K band segmentation.

K band is used throughout the country, but it’s also a common band for false alerts.

X Band

Enable X band detection.

X band is phased out of use by police departments in most of the US. It’s still actively in use in OH, NJ, and a few rural areas throughout the country. Most people can safely disable this.

TSR

Traffic Sensor Rejection is additional K band filtering to filter out traffic sensors that line the side of some highways. This will reduce K band performance, but if you get repeated blasts of K band as you drive down the highway, turn this on.

K Band Segments

If K Band is disabled (above), you can individually select which frequency ranges you’d like the detector to scan for in K band.

  • K Band Narrow 1: 24.050 – 24.110 GHz
  • K Band Narrow 2: 24.110 – 24.175 GHz
  • K Band Narrow 3: 24.175 – 24.250 GHz
  • K Band Narrow 4: 23.950 – 24.050 GHz

Ka Band Segments

If Ka Band is disabled (above), you can individually select which frequency ranges you’d like the detector to scan for in Ka band.

  • Ka Band Narrow 1: 33.400 – 33.700 GHz
  • Ka Band Narrow 2: 33.700 – 33.900 GHz (33.8 MPH guns)
  • Ka Band Narrow 3: 33.900 – 34.200 GHz
  • Ka Band Narrow 4: 34.200 – 34.600 GHz (Stalkers drifting low)
  • Ka Band Narrow 5: 34.600 – 34.800 GHz (34.7 Stalker guns)
  • Ka Band Narrow 6: 34.800 – 35.160 GHz (Stalkers drifting high)
  • Ka Band Narrow 7: 35.160 – 35.400 GHz
  • Ka Band Narrow 8: 35.400 – 35.600 GHz (35.5 Kustom & Decatur guns)
  • Ka Band Narrow 9: 35.600 – 35.840 GHz
  • Ka Band Narrow 10: 35.840 – 36.000 GHz

MultaRadar CD

The MultaRadar CD is a low powered photo radar gun used primarily in Canada, including Alberta and Quebec. It’s also used in NYC, Maryland, & Washington D.C. If the MRCD is used in your area, turn this setting on. Otherwise leave it off to avoid the unnecessary false alerts.

MultaRadar CT

The MRCT is also a low powered photo radar gun used in NYC, Chicago, and Dallas.

Leave this off if not needed in your area to avoid unnecessary false alerts.

Marker Settings

Redline 360c Escort Live Marker Settings

Get notifications to various threats using Escort’s GPS-based Defender Database. These alerts are completely separate from your standard radar or laser alerts. When you approach any one of these areas, you’ll get a notification on your detector.

Escort Redline 360c Markers

Settings Only Available In Detector

If you adjust the settings in the detector itself, they’ll be in a different order, plus there’s a few options available that aren’t in the app itself.

K Notch

This allows you to do some extra filtering against pesky false alerts coming from nearby Honda, Acura, and Chrysler vehicles with radar-based blind spot monitoring (BSM) and collision avoidance systems (CAS).

This notch filter will filter out any weak signals between 24.190 – 24.210. This way most BSM’s from those vehicles will be filtered out altogether.

Any strong signals, whether they’re coming from nearby BSM’s or nearby police officers with radar guns in that same frequency range will be alerted to.

You’ll get a full tilt and strong alert when the detector does go off to one of these signals, but it helps to otherwise cut out many of the false alerts that you’ll see within this range.

  • Off
  • On

Clear Location

Delete any of the GPS locations stored within the detector. Press “BRT” twice to clear.

  • Marked: Clear all manually marked user points.
  • Lockouts: Clear all GPS lockouts.
  • Defender: Clear all RLC / speedcam info from Escort’s GPS-based Defender database.
  • Format: Clear all these locations.

WiFi

  • Off
  • On

Bluetooth

  • Off
  • On

Auto Update

Choose what you would like the Redline 360c to automatically prompt you to update over WiFi when an update is available.

  • Off
  • Database
  • Firmware
  • All

Wi-Fi Update

Force a check and update for the redlight / speed camera database or the radar detector’s firmware.

  • Database
  • Firmware

Interface

  • Mode 1: Choose when using the Escort ZR5 or ZW5 laser jammers.
  • Mode 2: Choose when using an aftermarket vehicle interface with your Redline 360c.

Additional Settings

Restore Factory Defaults

To restore all settings back to factory defaults, press and hold “MRK” and “BRT” while powering on the detector.

Check Current Firmware Version

To find out which firmware version is currently loaded onto your detector, power off your Redline 360c. Press and hold “MRK” and “MUTE” (think M&M) and then power on the detector while still holding down the two buttons.

It will display your firmware version and serial number.

Escort Redline 360c firmware 1.3

Vortex’s Recommended Settings

Here are my general recommendations for the Redline 360c’s settings. In practice you may want different settings based on where you drive or simply your own personal preferences, but this is what I’d recommend as a starting point for most people. Please customize these as needed.

General Settings

  • Sensitivity: Auto
  • Brightness: Auto
  • Pilot: Full Word
  • Meter Mode: SpecDisplay
  • Arrow Mode: Multiple
  • Auto Mute: Medium
  • Audio Tones: Standard Plus
  • ZR3 Mode: Shift 4 Seconds
  • Voice: On
  • Auto Power: One Hour
  • Units: English
  • GPS Filter: GPS Filter
  • Auto Learn: On
  • Cruise Alert: 35 MPH
  • Over Speed Alert: Off
  • Language: English
  • Display Color: Red
  • Speed on Display: On
  • User Mode: Advanced

Band Settings

  • Laser: On
  • POP: Off
  • Ka Band: Off
  • K Band: Off
  • X Band: Off (On in OH & NJ)
  • TSR: Off
  • K Band Narrow 4: On
  • K Band Narrow 3: On
  • K Band Narrow 2: On
  • K Band Narrow 1: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 10: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 9: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 8: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 7: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 6: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 5: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 4: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 3: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 2: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 1: Off
  • MultaRadar CD: Off (On in Alberta, Quebec, NYC, Maryland, & Washington D.C)
  • MultaRadar CT: Off (On in NYC, Chicago, & Dallas)

Marker Settings

  • Red Light Cameras: On
  • Speed Cameras: On
  • Speed Traps: On
  • Other: Off
  • Red Lt Speed Cams: On
  • Air Patrol: Off

Additional Settings

  • K Notch: On
  • Wi-Fi: On
  • Bluetooth: On
  • Auto Update: All
  • Interface: Mode 1

Vortex’s Personal Settings

Finally, here’s the settings I run on my personal Redline 360c:

  • Sensitivity: Auto
  • Brightness: Max
  • Pilot: Full Word
  • Meter Mode: Spec FR2
  • Arrow Mode: Multiple
  • Auto Mute: High
  • Audio Tones: Standard Plus
  • ZR3 Mode: Shift 4 Seconds
  • Voice: Off
  • Auto Power: Off
  • Units: English
  • GPS Filter: GPS Filter
  • Auto Learn: On
  • Cruise Alert: 35 MPH
  • Over Speed Alert: Off
  • Language: English
  • Display Color: Red
  • Speed on Display: On
  • User Mode: Advanced

Band Settings

  • Laser: On
  • POP: Off
  • Ka Band: Off
  • K Band: Off
  • X Band: Off
  • TSR: Off
  • K Band Narrow 4: Off
  • K Band Narrow 3: On
  • K Band Narrow 2: On
  • K Band Narrow 1: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 10: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 9: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 8: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 7: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 6: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 5: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 4: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 3: Off
  • Ka Band Narrow 2: On
  • Ka Band Narrow 1: Off
  • MultaRadar CD: Off
  • MultaRadar CT: Off

Marker Settings

  • Red Light Cameras: On
  • Speed Cameras: On
  • Speed Traps: On
  • Other: Off
  • Red Lt Speed Cams: On
  • Air Patrol: Off

Additional Settings

  • K Notch: On
  • Wi-Fi: On
  • Bluetooth: On
  • Auto Update: All
  • Interface: Mode 1

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    • VTBogey on July 10, 2020 at 5:31 am
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    Nice summary. Appreciate what you do.

    • Spanky on July 10, 2020 at 8:17 am
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    Vortex: Thank you!!

    • Andy on July 10, 2020 at 8:16 pm
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    I had ordered a Redline 360c and then watched your video review. Very helpful and I concluded the detector was not ready for prime time so I immediately called and canceled the order. When will you review the new release to see if it addresses the issues? $750 is a lot of dough and if it isn’t better then my V1Gen 2 I might as well get another Valentine. Thanks. Great work!

    1. Their latest update looks to have resolved most all of the issues we saw initially. https://youtu.be/U3AMXbZ8a7Q Now we’re spending time retesting everything. 🙂

    • TB on July 10, 2020 at 10:52 pm
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    Vortex, Great write up. Quick question, Just curious, why Ka Band Narrow 7 ON in your personal settings? Is it because of possible downward drift from Ka Band Narrow 8 Kustom & Decatur guns? Also, what your rationale for having K Band Narrow 4: Off in both the generic settings (not personal) if you also utilize the K notch?

    1. Great questions TB! Those additional Ka segments are for guns specifically used in my area. As for the K band one, usually K band guns don’t drift down that low. In some places they do, but it’s mostly something you see internationally. As for the K Notch yeah I use it and have it listed under “Additional Settings.”

    • Catfish Jack on July 11, 2020 at 5:10 am
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    Hi Vortex,
    Great job as always.
    I see the Valentine 1 /G2 is now available on the V1 website.
    Just curious if you have heard anything positive or negative about the quality issues this unit has had in the G2 series? I have used a V1/G1 since the 90’s but now with BSM issues from inside my wifes 2020 Chevy Traverse it has become useless and notifies constantly.
    So with that said what can you recommend out of the box to buy for her vehicle?
    Thanks
    Catfish jack

    • Spanky on July 15, 2020 at 1:16 pm
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    Great job and info as always. Thanks!!

    • Phil on July 21, 2020 at 10:02 am
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    Great tutorial and videos. Will the power adapter for the RL 360c fit into the (smaller) cigarette lighter of the new 2020 Porsche vehicles?

    • Francisco on July 25, 2020 at 11:49 am
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    I remember on a video you said you had a free 24 subscription but i cant find it, do you have promo codes? Im going to buy the redline 360c but im looking for promo codes before my purchase

    • Alexander Kravchuk on July 25, 2020 at 7:16 pm
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    Redsetgo gets you the 3-year defender database subscription for free. Saves $49.95.

    • Ralph on August 1, 2020 at 1:45 pm
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    Great review. I clicked to order and it said “out of stock”. Understandable in this time. Do you know when they expect them to resume shipping? Also will the new inventory already have the updates? Example units being built now will employ the update from the factory? Plan to hardwire with Blend mount. Thanks again

    1. Yeah they’re on backorder due to Covid issues. They are still getting detectors in periodically and shipments continue to go out. It’s been tough to get accurate estimates from Escort, but we’ve been seeing ~2 week delays for shipping. I dunno if that’ll still be the case moving forward. The new inventory I’d assume will come with updates, but there’s still new updates planned and there’s redlight camera database updates every week regardless so updating is smart no matter what it comes shipped with.

      As for the Blendmount, yeah you can go ahead and get that and install it so you’re ready for when the RL360c arrives. https://geni.us/Blendmount-VR

    • tmd29 on August 3, 2020 at 1:17 pm
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    I wonder why Escort decided to not include the K-notch filter option on the Escort Live app? It doesn’t make sense to be able to do everything through the app but make the user use the detector menu for the K-notch enable/disable option. Oversight perhaps?

    1. I believe they’re planning on adding it to the app too. It’s just not there yet.

    • J.Shelby on August 5, 2020 at 3:23 pm
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    Installed my RL360C with ZW5 today. How do I know if they are working without finding a cop. Also all I can get with the WiFi on in my vehicle is (- -) where the speed limit is supposed to be visible. Any idea? Amazing that you put this out there for people. Thanks.

    1. That’s a good question. The jammers should announce that they’re connected on startup. Other than that, you can always get some of your own radar or laser equipment if you’d like to test yourself. 🙂

      The speed limit will show — when you’re not on a street it knows the speed limit to which is usually neighborhoods and smaller roads. Generally more major roads will show the limit.

      Congrats on the setup!

    • J.Shelby on August 6, 2020 at 11:58 am
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    Thanks for your response. After reading on line it is an issue for the PSL. Not sure what is going on. The app will show it as well as my vehicle but not the detector. Thanks for your work. I would haven’t done any of it without your videos.

  1. Just received my Redline 360C (with ver. 1.3 already installed) – Delivered 10 Aug 2020. I am a long time R7 user and a previous ESCORT MAX 360 user. It will be interesting to see the Redline at work. I found the ESCORT MAX 360 with WAY too many false’s and minimal range coming from a V1GEN1.

    In fact, my detector experience ranges all the way back to when the original square box “Snooper” and “Super SNOOPER” were released. I wish I still had those as museum pieces. Wow! They were huge in comparison to the V1Gen1&2, as well as most other detectors of today.

    On a personal opinion note: there is ample room available on the front of the detector to make the display big enough to see without having to stare at it for 3 or 4 minutes to figure out what the alert was. One big reason I like the the R7, besides the great performance, is because it’s display is almost big enough to glance at to actually see what’s going on in a second or two. ESCORT… MAKE YOUR DISPLAYS BIGGER!!!! Its not the only thing I need to be looking at, like the ROAD and TRAFFIC!!!

    I know, run a phone too for a display. Well… maybe I don’t care to clutter up my whole dash with stuff and just don’t want to run a phone too. Ok, I’ll step down from my soapbox now.

    Keep up the Good Work!

    • J on August 18, 2020 at 5:57 pm
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    How do I find my RL 360C IP address? Thanks.

    1. Try pressing and holding the BRT button.

    • Roger Beeler on November 7, 2020 at 6:53 pm
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    Hey vortex, got my redline 360c 4 weeks ago the redline with the fixes,can’t not say enough of about the redline work great,I live in Cleveland TN ,the law enforcement is running k band now.of course ka,just want to say your videos of testing help me make my choice so thank you

      • Greg on November 30, 2020 at 11:02 am
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      I concur 100%…. just got my redline 360c a few days ago. So far I’m impressed and it’s so much more quiet than my uniden R7. Escort Live is a big plus too!

    • Alexander Kravchuk on November 24, 2020 at 1:30 pm
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    Hi,
    Do you know of any issues concerning Ka band falsing? My detector seems to keep falsing for Ka 34.650.

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