Radenso SP Review: Radenso’s New Entry-level Radar Detector

Radenso SP Review/Preview
Radenso’s new entry-level radar detector offers great value for the money

Radenso SP

Radenso SP Review/Preview

Radenso, the innovative new radar detector manufacturer, has recently released their new Radenso SP.

The Radenso SP, is essentially a Radenso XP without built-in GPS capabilities.  The SP retails for $249, which is $150 less than the GPS enabled XP, which retails for $399.

Even though the SP is now their entry level radar detector, it by no means offers entry-level performance.

Like the GPS-enabled Radenso XP, expect the SP to offer best-in-class K-band blind-spot-monitor filtering as well as traffic sensor rejection, Ka band segmentation, K narrow, frequency display and POP mode.

Key features of the Radenso SP:

  •     LNA equipped antenna board for highest possible sensitivity on all bands
  •     Ka band segmentation (10 segments)
  •     K narrow band
  •     Low power / low frequency K band detection down to 23.950 GHz
  •     Dedicated BSM / CAS filter to eliminate falsing from newer cars
  •     Separate TSR filter to eliminate falsing from Traffic sensors
  •     Spectre IV and Spectre Elite detection below 20 ft

At $249, this new Radenso represents a great value.

We’ll follow-up with a more thorough review shortly, but in the meantime, for those interested in this new radar detector, we recommend purchasing this Radenso from RadarBusters