Is normally the dash cluttered with 12-volt electronic devices such as a radar detector, a GPS, and perhaps even a blue tooth hands-free cell interface? Don’t you wish that someone could come up with an apparatus that would combine all these into one?
Well now there is such a tool and it is the new Escort Passport IQ radar detector, NAVIGATION SYSTEMS and more.
When I first laid hands on the Amsterdam escort girls Passport IQ, I called it a game-changer in the fact that Escort’s engineers were able to create a radar detector that had positive aspects performance of the Escort 9500ix and stuff it all right full-featured dash-mounted GPS that also included non-compulsory blue tooth capabilities for hands-free calling, live XM traffic reporting while also developing the capabilities meant for future devices.
When my wife got to see the unit at last she commented that it was the first radar detector that your lover ever saw that she would be comfortable in putting on him / her dashboard because it didn’t look like a traditional radar detector.
A result of the GPS capabilities of the Escort Passport IQ it is able to educate you in well in advance when you approach one of those photo observance devices such as a red light camera or photo palpeur camera with an audio alert while also displaying inside or outside location of the threat on the IQ’s five inch screen.
Sense intruders a myriad of other screen options such as:
Detector Mode which may display your route, the speed limit, your direction about travel along with the band and exact frequency of every police radar and/or laser threat ahead.
3D Sat nav Mode that will provide your current location and route for the its five inch screen while also displaying any specific photo enforcement speed traps directly on the map.
The very Passport IQ’s maps are powered by the Navteq storage system, which is one of the more accurate GPS mapping databases available today.
The main IQ’s photo enforcement database is powered through the Adargar database, which is updated weekly.
Need to update your Defender list or update the detectors firmware, just download the hottest updates online from your computer and then directly into your Escort IQ.
The our testing of the Escort IQ’s détecteur detectors performance in range and sensitivity we uncovered that it was equivalent to other high performance radar detectors in its group such as the Escort 9500ix and the Escort 8500×50.
As far as her filtering abilities in filtering out those annoying all the false alerts, the IQ was on top of the class binding with the 9500ix and the 9500ci for first place due to the improvement of the Autolearn smart filtering capabilities found in all three sensors.
Some of the most frequently asked questions we receive in regards to the Escort Passport IQ include;
Is the IQ stealth against the radar detector detector devcies such as the Spectre and should I consider activating the main Ku band function in the unit
As far as stealth, basically no, even though the Escort Passport IQ is stealth to the eyeball, it is not stealth to the RDD’s such as the Spectre. If you do hard drive in areas where radar detectors are illegal you can disconnect the radar detector functions while still using the extensive featured GPS. However , If you require a detector that is precautionary to all RDD’s then I would recommend either the Companion Redline, the Escort 9500ci or the Beltronics STi.
To activating Ku band, if you drive in North America To get the cheapest that you leave it turned off, as there is no police agency for North America that uses Ku band.
However if you holiday in Europe or other Asian countries you then may want to give some thought to activating Ku band.
“Radar” Roy Reyer is a professional traffic radar instructor and retired police officer who is an established expert in the field of speed counter measurement equipment such as senseur detectors, jammers and anti photo radar devices. Follow this to read more of Roy’s radar detector reviews