AL Priority CPU Boxes manufactured before July 2015 can no longer be supported starting from firmware 5.6.3, released on 2020-07-31, due to hardware / memory limitation.
Radenso Theia is the next-generation radar detector, featuring AI technology "RAI" - the artificial intelligence software platform. As Radenso claims, there will be no compromise between performance and filtering.
Uniden R7 Update - Firmware v.1.34 beta is the first time Uniden debut its Auto Mute Memory feature, allowing stationary false X and K-band signals to be locked out automatically. BSM filtering has also been drastically improved.
Uniden R7 Update - Firmware v. 1.33 Uniden continues to impress by releasing firmware updates for its flagship R7 radar detector, a major improvement on both performance and filtering. Key improvements are MRCD filtering, K-filters, and DragonEye detection.
KMPH.ca team has been eagerly waiting for the Uniden R7 release in Canada just as everyone else who pre-ordered their unit. This is the first unboxing blog post, showcasing the all-new Uniden R7 radar detector.
KMPH.ca team is proud to announce that we've become Uniden's first authorized dealer and supplier for Uniden radar detectors. Launching products will include the all-new R1 and R3, as well as the DFR-Series DFR6 and DFR7.
KMPH team was among the first in the industry to receive early prototypes of the Radenso Pro-M (supports MRCD) as well as the custom installed RC-M remote radar detectors. These units appeared to be Genevo branded, but will release under the Radenso brand at official product launch.
Escort MaxCi custom installed radar laser detector was first released full of disappointment, especially for the Canadian market. Not having MRCD photo radar detection already is a big miss, but not jamming DragonEye LIDAR with its included Shifter Max is shocking.
AL Priority was featured on a V12 Lamborghini Aventador with our friends and co-sponsors at the Hublot Diamond Rally. Team KMPH would like to thank BPG Autosound and i Auto Haus for this opportunity at the annual supercar rally event in British Columbia.
On 2017's Good Friday, at least 68 motorists were nabbed going 30 km/h over the speed limit on Ontario's 400 series highways including 401 and 402 during a long weekend speed enforcement blitz by the OPP.