Absolutely correct. But they only JUST, KIND OF, even started trying with the V1 Gen2. Up until that point, the design philosophy has always been "if it's radar, detect it, and let the user figure out whether it's a threat." They have explicitly, completely, for YEARS willfully ignored the human factors side of engineering that an alarm that never stops is completely, 100% useless.Valentine should be able to do something similar.
Couldn't agree more. And since Valentine's patent on direction sensing is now expired, I don't think the V1 Gen2 has really any edge left at all, having neglected usability development for years.Correct, does all of that. Valentine had fallen way behind for a number of years. I finally gave up on them. I know they have a cult-like following, but Escort and Uniden have come a long way.