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Old 01-24-2007, 11:41 AM   #1
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Valentine One radar Detector, Perfect working condition with single port power adapter.
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Sorry for the bad pics im at work and they were taken with my phone. i will post different pics later or can send them to you if you would like.



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Old 01-24-2007, 11:48 AM   #2
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How old is it?
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Old 01-24-2007, 11:51 AM   #3
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i just got it about 2 months ago from a friend, not sure how long he had it. im guessing alittle over 6months old
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Old 01-25-2007, 10:44 AM   #4
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What is the serial number?
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Old 01-25-2007, 10:51 AM   #5
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serial is #3675530682
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:44 PM   #6
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This is the latest edition, minus POP radar, which is really very very rare.
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Old 01-25-2007, 03:53 PM   #7
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anyone? haha
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Old 01-26-2007, 11:26 AM   #8
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Old 01-30-2007, 02:01 PM   #9
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I want this!
No chance you would take a BOV in partial trade.
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Old 01-30-2007, 10:36 PM   #10
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Status Report on Your Valentine One
Serial Number 3675530682
V1 Description: Radar circuitry known in-house as V1.8. This is our latest and best performer on both radar and laser with just one exception—it lacks POP Protection. Of interest to those who drive in Europe, the latest V1 version also has a Euro Mode.
Upgrade Recommendation: You have a sophisticated security system, and we’re cautious about recommending an Upgrade. If you believe in keeping up with technology, particularly if the POP Mode is being used in your area, then go ahead. V1’s approach to the POP problem is superior to all others in the industry. If you drive in Europe, you will appreciate our new Euro Mode which improves protection on photo radar as it is used in the E.U.

Upgrade Proposal for Your Valentine One
Serial Number 3675530682
Our POP Upgrade* for this series of V1 will produce the following benefits:
Full Coverage on POP—covers POP on two bands—specifically the MPH Industries models BEE III (Ka band) and Enforcer (K and Ka).
POP Coverage is Automatic:
There's nothing you must do to activate POP coverage. It's built in, and it operates full time.
How to identify V1s upgraded to two-band POP:
V1 powers up with test sequence of warning lights and sounds. At the conclusion of the test, just before the mode indicator appears in the Bogey Counter, you will see a sequence of “P…o…P” on V1s with two-band POP coverage.
* A new warning: When the signal-identification system determines that a current warning is, in fact, a spurious signal transmitted by another detector, it notifies you with a “dee-dah-doo” sound and terminates the warning. At the same time, the letter “J” will flash briefly in the Bogey Counter.
* Euro Mode: You will enjoy longer radar range and fewer false alarms in European driving. Euro Mode adapts V1’s radar sensitivity to the way radar is used for photo enforcement in Europe. It narrows and intensifies radar coverage to K and the sections of Ka bands applied there to photo radar. X band is not covered in Euro Mode. (V1 is already optimized for North American radar as it comes from the factory. Euro Mode is not appropriate for driving here.)
This upgrade will install the Euro Mode but you must activate it. To activate, see http://www.valentine1.com/lab/MikesLabRpt3.asp
One-year limited warranty starting at upgrade date, same as new units.
*POP Upgrade plus Euro Mode: As soon as we receive your old unit (in operable condition with no tampering of the serial number) we’ll install revised firmware and some new hardware, then return it to you in the shortest possible time with a new serial number to indicate its revised capability.

PRICE: $75 plus shipping
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Old 01-30-2007, 11:45 PM   #11
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Status Report on Your Valentine One
Serial Number 3675530682
V1 Description: Radar circuitry known in-house as V1.8. This is our latest and best performer on both radar and laser with just one exception—it lacks POP Protection. Of interest to those who drive in Europe, the latest V1 version also has a Euro Mode.
Upgrade Recommendation: You have a sophisticated security system, and we’re cautious about recommending an Upgrade. If you believe in keeping up with technology, particularly if the POP Mode is being used in your area, then go ahead. V1’s approach to the POP problem is superior to all others in the industry. If you drive in Europe, you will appreciate our new Euro Mode which improves protection on photo radar as it is used in the E.U.

Upgrade Proposal for Your Valentine One
Serial Number 3675530682
Our POP Upgrade* for this series of V1 will produce the following benefits:
Full Coverage on POP—covers POP on two bands—specifically the MPH Industries models BEE III (Ka band) and Enforcer (K and Ka).
POP Coverage is Automatic:
There's nothing you must do to activate POP coverage. It's built in, and it operates full time.
How to identify V1s upgraded to two-band POP:
V1 powers up with test sequence of warning lights and sounds. At the conclusion of the test, just before the mode indicator appears in the Bogey Counter, you will see a sequence of “P…o…P” on V1s with two-band POP coverage.
* A new warning: When the signal-identification system determines that a current warning is, in fact, a spurious signal transmitted by another detector, it notifies you with a “dee-dah-doo” sound and terminates the warning. At the same time, the letter “J” will flash briefly in the Bogey Counter.
* Euro Mode: You will enjoy longer radar range and fewer false alarms in European driving. Euro Mode adapts V1’s radar sensitivity to the way radar is used for photo enforcement in Europe. It narrows and intensifies radar coverage to K and the sections of Ka bands applied there to photo radar. X band is not covered in Euro Mode. (V1 is already optimized for North American radar as it comes from the factory. Euro Mode is not appropriate for driving here.)
This upgrade will install the Euro Mode but you must activate it. To activate, see http://www.valentine1.com/lab/MikesLabRpt3.asp
One-year limited warranty starting at upgrade date, same as new units.
*POP Upgrade plus Euro Mode: As soon as we receive your old unit (in operable condition with no tampering of the serial number) we’ll install revised firmware and some new hardware, then return it to you in the shortest possible time with a new serial number to indicate its revised capability.

PRICE: $75 plus shipping
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Old 01-31-2007, 08:15 AM   #12
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taking any trades for this item?
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Old 01-31-2007, 10:29 AM   #13
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any change in price as of late?
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Old 01-31-2007, 10:35 AM   #14
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this might be a stupid question but just wanted to see if that comes with the window mount bracket thing... I didnt see it in the pics
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Old 02-01-2007, 10:33 AM   #15
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this might be a stupid question but just wanted to see if that comes with the window mount bracket thing... I didnt see it in the pics
it does come with this, and im sorry for not keeping up on this posting i have been sick all this week and have not gotten out of bed to do anything. i still have this product and price is the same.

again sorry for not posting back sooner
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Old 02-01-2007, 11:44 AM   #16
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Old 02-02-2007, 12:09 PM   #17
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how does it not have pop, thought all of them come with it
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Old 02-02-2007, 05:27 PM   #18
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lowered a bit
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Old 02-02-2007, 05:49 PM   #20
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Try posting this on Supraforums.com Everytime one gets posted on for this price it gets snagged up.
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Old 02-12-2007, 05:09 AM   #21
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i dont understand what the POP is...
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Old 02-12-2007, 05:40 AM   #22
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i dont understand what the POP is...
instant on

the radar has a (mode?) that doesn't constantly transmit so the radar detector won't pick it up then they light you up when in range. sneaky cops
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Old 02-13-2007, 07:01 AM   #23
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still have box and receipt?
how much shipping to WA 98281?
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Old 02-14-2007, 08:04 AM   #24
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i dont understand what the POP is...
http://guysoflidar.com/faq.html#6

What is POP Mode?

POP Mode is a feature that was introduced by MPH Industries in their latest radar guns, designed to defeat radar detectors. POP acquires a vehicle's speed by sending out a quick burst of radar. This burst was so short that detectors available at the time of POP's introduction did not alert to it, either due to a sweep rate that was too slow to detect it at all, or due to the short burst being filtered out as a false alert. Fortunately, many radar detector manufacturers have since added POP detection capability to their latest radar detectors.


Radar guns that currently have the POP feature:

MPH BEE 3 = 67ms, K or Ka-Band
MPH Enforcer = 67ms, K or-Ka Band
MPH Z25 = 16ms K-Band
MPH Z35 = 16ms K-Band

Many of the latest detectors can detect 67ms Ka-Band POP pretty well. However, only one detector has been shown to detect the 16ms K-Band variety at all, and it only does so a small percentage of the time. 67ms K-Band POP has yet to be tested.

The operator's manual for these guns cautions that "Information derived during the POP burst is non-evidential and to be used for advisory information only...citations should not be issued solely on information derived from the POP burst.


http://guysoflidar.com/radar-detecto...adar-test.html

POP Mode is the latest attempt by a police radar manufacturer to defeat radar detectors. POP mode acquires a vehicle's speed by sending out a very quick burst of radar. This burst is so short that the latest detectors available at the time of POP's release didn't alert to it. Fortunately, some detector makers have since added POP detection capability to their detectors.

It is important here to differentiate between the different kinds of POP mode. In the BEE and Enforcer Ka band units, the POP burst is about 67ms long (The BEE III and Enforcer also have K-Band units available). The Z-25 and Z-35 are only available in K-Band, and the POP burst in both of these units is much shorter, only about 16ms.

Even though POP is "non-evidential" (per the manual), it is still important to detect POP before it is "your turn". Once police identify a potentially speeding vehicle using POP mode, it is very easy to switch to conventional instant-on to obtain a court-recognized speed reading. In the case of the Z-25 and Z-35, this means simply holding in the trigger for an additional 1/2-second or so after reading the speed obtained from a POP burst. In the case of the BEE and Enforcer, when a POP speed is displayed a second press of the transmit button toggles the unit to instant-on.

Despite some websites that state that POP can only be used in stationary mode, the operator's manual for the MPH Enforcer that we used clearly states: "POP mode works in all radar modes: stationary, opposite direction moving mode, and same direction moving mode".

The radar units used for this test were the MPH Enforcer Ka band unit at (33.8 GHz) and the MPH Z-35. The MPH Enforcer is a "budget" version of the more widely known BEE III. The Enforcer and the BEE look exactly the same and are basically the same unit, except for a couple of differences: the Enforcer lacks a cordless remote (it has a corded one), and does not have the Automatic Same Direction (TM) feature like the BEE (manual same direction only). The MPH Z-35 is exactly the same unit as the MPH Z-25, except that it runs on a battery instead of a cord.

The same test course that we used for our laser tests was used for POP testing. We measured out distances of 500 Feet, 1000 Feet, 1500 Feet, and 1786 feet and marked these with cones (The odd number of 1786 feet was used because that was a convenient spot on the course where the test vehicle would not block any driveways of businesses). All detectors had line of sight with the radar. We hit each detector with POP ten times with both the Enforcer and the Z-35. The test vehicle was started off at the 500-foot cone. For Ka Band 67ms POP, If the detector did not alert to POP mode at 500 feet, no further testing was done. But if the detector alerted to POP mode, then the vehicle was positioned at the next cone and the detector was re-tested. K Band 16ms POP was only tested at 500 feet.


Results shown are the number of times POP was detected, out of 10 shots.

Ka Band POP, 67ms

Detector 500 Feet 1000 Feet 1500 Feet 1786 Feet
BEL RX-65 v4.5 9/10 9/10 9/10 9/10
Cobra XRS9700 0/10 - - -
Escort Passport 8500 X50 Rev 5 8/10 10/10 6/10* 9/10
Valentine One v3.825 10/10 8/10 10/10 10/10
Whistler Pro 58 ** 5/10 3/10 6/10 4/10

* - At 1500 Feet, the Escort reported one POP hit as X-Band
** - After the GOL test results were published, we were informed by Whistler that because of the way the Pro 58 operates, after detecting POP the unit needs a few seconds after the alert ends to revert back to a "fast sweep" where it has the best chance of detecting POP. In our test, we only waited for the alert to end, and did not wait for a specific amount of time between POP hits. Thus, our test of the Whistler was not representative of it's true capabilities. Due to this fact, the same Pro 58 used in the GOL test was re-tested against the same Enforcer 67ms Ka unit, but this time with a five second pause between the time the POP alert ended and the next POP hit was transmitted. These are the results:

@ ~528 Feet (1/10 Mile), it alerted 22/25 times
@ ~1056 Feet (2/10 Mile) it alerted 22/25 times

At both distances, the detector had line of sight with the targeting radar.
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