Cobra XRS 9550G
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Detects radars with great reaction times and sensitivity. GPS feature provides good, useful information. Included power cord is long enough for a larger dash.
The Cons:Downloadable software for the GPS functionality tends to crash in Windows 7. Hard to figure out how to program new "danger areas" into the GPS.
The Cobra XRS 9550G is one of eight 14-band, high-performance radar/laser detectors from the XRS series. It trades in all its predecessors’ advanced albeit unnecessary features—voltage measurer, fancy display, optional attachments—for an integrated GPS Locator with instant access to the AURA Database, meaning alerts for verified speed traps and red light camera locations, and dangerous intersections.
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This works with the built-in 14-band sensor to provide users with an enhanced level of on-road security. Unfortunately the Cobra XRS 9550G reverts back to a simple monochrome text display, though it does hold onto verbal Voice Alerts, IntelliMute anti-false-signal reception technology, and a digital signal strength meter.
- Radar/Laser Detector
- Xtreme Range Superheterodyne Technology
- 360-Degree, 14-Band Detection
- Integrated GPS Locator
- Access to AURA Database
- GPS 8-Point Compass
- DigiView Data Display
- Voice Alert
- VG-2/Spectre-I/IV+ Alerts
- LTI/Lyte/ProLaser Alerts
- Stalker/Speedlaser Alerts
- Ku/X/K Band Detection
- POP Mode Radar Gun Detection
- Safety Alerts
- Dim Mode
- Auto Mute
- Digital Signal Strength Meter
- City/Highway Selector
- Stay Set Electronic Memory
User Reviews (1)
detects radars with great reaction times and sensitivity
GPS feature provides good, useful information
included power cord is long enough for a larger dash
alert is very clear, will always hear it above the radio
sets up fairly easily, instructions are clear and tell you everything you need to know
downloadable software for the GPS functionality tends to crash in Windows 7
hard to figure out how to program new "danger areas" into the GPS
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