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Comments

    • The Golf Life
      The Golf Life

      How big are the Anti Laser Priority Jammer Sensors/Emitters? Could you fit this to a naked motorcycle like a Brutale?

      about 1 month ago
    • speterbilt
      speterbilt

      Jammers are a joke. If his laser gun isnt working when shooting your car will know you have a jammer

      about 8 months ago
    • speterbilt
      speterbilt

      I'll just not speed to much

      about 8 months ago
    • The Greek
      The Greek

      Why does he speak so fast..

      about 10 months ago
    • AresZeus1
      AresZeus1

      Great information! Looking at the links given, the AntiLaser Priority now accommodates radar. Have you had a chance to examine or review this? Also, how do these jammers with wireless capability fair on cars with lots of technology (specifically the Tesla Model X)? Thoughts? Thanks in advance!

      about 10 months ago
    • AresZeus1
      AresZeus1 In reply to AresZeus1

      Will do! What is your recommendation to pair with the AntiLaser Priority? Thanks!

      about 10 months ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to AresZeus1

      Yeah have a few videos on the Net Radar DSP and how it compares to the competition. It’s not my favorite choice, but it’s a great option to pair with the ALP. Search my channel for info. 👍

      about 10 months ago
    • aux1z11
      aux1z11

      I want a good jammer for my Hayabusa I like doing 225 in a 25

      about 11 months ago
    • Unknown
      Unknown

      Does putting the sensors in the grill work well against aircraft laser we see a lot of that around here? Thank you very much

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Unknown

      Aircraft does not use radar or laser

      about 1 year ago
    • Onsite
      Onsite

      Very expensive system also these jammers are interfering with the law which is a criminal offence perverting the course of justice. Good luck

      about 1 year ago
    • Darin Jenkins
      Darin Jenkins In reply to Onsite

      Law are against crimes. Crimes have victims. These are traffic code violation to fill pockets.

      about 6 months ago
    • John Doe
      John Doe

      Nvm this shit is worth more than my car. I wonder how many speeding tickets I would need to get to break even🤔

      about 1 year ago
    • Adair Lion
      Adair Lion

      Thank you so much for all your info! This was a great vid and I’m happy you summed it all up at the end (get three things) ... I’ll be supporting! Thanks again!

      about 1 year ago
    • Elsie and Sonny The Raindrops
      Elsie and Sonny The Raindrops

      How are the Updates done?

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Elsie and Sonny The Raindrops

      Download them from online

      about 1 year ago
    • Rube Clayton
      Rube Clayton

      Excellent Video.!!... Understanding The Science Behind it is a Key Factor... The Best Jammer in the world is useless if not properly installed... Not All Jammers are Created Equally... This Video is Very Accurate with Information on This Topic... Rock On.!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Eiserntors Phantom of the Opera
      Eiserntors Phantom of the Opera

      I drive the speed limit and spend my money on hookers and coke.

      about 1 year ago
    • Deer Creeker
      Deer Creeker

      As always, great information well presented. As Iearn about the various manufacture’s product approaches, it appears to me that none of them is thinking properly out of the box to produce the optimal protections and thereby earn optimal profits. I believe the ideal product will seamlessly merge social communications (Waze), radar detection, laser detection and laser shifting. Why do Wave users have to watch their detectors and then manually enter a warning (removing attention from driving) to help others? I propose Wave should directly communicate with the device and post all true warnings without human involvement. Waze would get much more informative and everyone wins. To make this work, Waze and someone like Escort should do a financial collaboration. Imagine Escort selling hardware for less money to those who are willing to install and operate a high end system linked to Waze at a “pro” level. In turn, Waze premium users pay a monthly subscription to into the network, even without a device. Imagine the profitability which gets the device company a ongoing revenue stream beyond selling new hardware. Imaging how premium Waze type subscription service could obsolete Google Maps and Apple Maps for the serious driver. Rant over. Love this channel.

      about 1 year ago
    • Flammable 281
      Flammable 281

      Or you could just not speed and put all that money in the tank.

      about 1 year ago
    • laurafromli
      laurafromli In reply to Flammable 281

      Now why didn't I think of that? Because when I get out on the open road on Long Island (can be rare) and its a nice day, music playing, my foot automatically hits the accelerator and well I then feel the need to speed and so I do because I hate to deprive myself! = )

      about 1 year ago
    • Jahdiel Caravajal
      Jahdiel Caravajal

      Is there any way you could jam the plane radars?

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Jahdiel Caravajal

      Nope, sorry

      about 1 year ago
    • vincenttetuaniii
      vincenttetuaniii

      May I ask one more question. RDD immunity is very important to me. I know by personal experience, the Redline is excellent in that area. Can you recommend a comparable detector? But for a cheaper price. Thx

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to vincenttetuaniii

      Magnum? Both have since been discontinued though. Take a look towards the bottom of this article for different recommendations: https://www.vortexradar.com/2017/11/radar-detector-detectors-everything-you-need-to-know/

      about 1 year ago
    • vincenttetuaniii
      vincenttetuaniii

      Can you run a redline with a laser detector

      about 1 year ago
    • vincenttetuaniii
      vincenttetuaniii In reply to vincenttetuaniii

      May I ask one more question. RDD immunity is very important to me. I know by personal experience, the Redline is excellent in that area. Can you recommend a comparable detector?

      about 1 year ago
    • vincenttetuaniii
      vincenttetuaniii In reply to vincenttetuaniii

      Thank you very much. Buying my second redline this week. Next month the laser jammer you recommend. Thanks for the valuable information you give. I really appreciate it. I'll look for the link you posted.

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to vincenttetuaniii

      You bet! They work great together and complement each other nicely.

      about 1 year ago
    • David Boeingfly
      David Boeingfly

      Thank you so much for your very informative job! In a so friendly and nice way. You look like an old friend. Keep up the good job!

      about 1 year ago
    • Rick
      Rick

      hi, do you know anything about a Jammer called *(blinder M47 x-treme)? I found a set I never installed in my garage..probably purchased more then 5 years ago....any use against todays laser gun? any feedbacks will be great! thanks

      about 1 year ago
    • kiemyster420
      kiemyster420 In reply to Rick

      Its outdated, I wouldn't run it on my cars. its a shame, blinders are great but they don't update their products enough

      about 1 year ago
    • Ujjwal Shrestha
      Ujjwal Shrestha

      Is illegal in Australia

      about 1 year ago
    • Awesome Things
      Awesome Things

      My insurance agent said allstate and statefarm has been donating newer laser guns to police departments that are in high accident areas. Definetly get the alp. Nothing else works on the new guns, not even veil.

      about 1 year ago
    • Amir Behgooy
      Amir Behgooy

      those prices are really off!!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Amir Behgooy

      Some are now, yes, but the ALP pricing is still accurate and it's still the best. This video was recorded about a year ago now. You can see the current list of top jammers here: https://www.vortexradar.com/2017/10/best-laser-jammer-reviews/

      about 1 year ago
    • MS_ April
      MS_ April

      Im interested in ALP. $750 starting costs includes what? i cant see a way to configure a purchase of $750. being in KS should i get the TX head since we have the Dragon Eye here? thx

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to MS_ April

      +MS_ April $750 is the standard price with two heads. Since you have the DragonEye, you’ll want the TX head, yes.

      about 1 year ago
    • MS_ April
      MS_ April

      Are there installers? Kansas City.

      about 1 year ago
    • MS_ April
      MS_ April In reply to MS_ April

      wow! thx for the fast response. I've been to KC Trends!

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to MS_ April

      You bet. There's one in Overland Park, for example. You can check out the installer locator here: http://www.alpriorityusa.com/Dealer-Locator.html?AffId=1

      about 1 year ago
    • DanGaines
      DanGaines

      Is the Net Radar add on performing good? Talking about the ALP Laser Jammer here.

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to DanGaines

      +danielprehos yep

      about 1 year ago
    • bkmTEC
      bkmTEC

      So the escort 9500ci is not worth buying?

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to bkmTEC

      Not today, no

      about 1 year ago
    • ganador13
      ganador13

      How does this ALP thing react to the lasers coming from most modern SUVs (like infiniti) that have parking lasers and brake lasers going at all times? Such lasers set off my detector often.

      Side note: These built in computers for the devices are over complicated. I just need a laser jammer that will jam everything and can be turned on and off with a toggle switch. No counter, no LED screen, no silly little keypad. this seems aimed towards people who do not know how to swap their own engine, perhaps even change their own oil.
      No offense intended. Is it possible for me to just install the ALP laser function and run it to a plain old on and off toggle switch? I assume no.

      about 1 year ago
    • ganador13
      ganador13 In reply to ganador13

      "Laser jammers do because it's necessary"
      "every time a Mazda, Infiniti, or Volvo passes by"

      My intention is not to brake or "panic" at all. If I feel safe trusting the jammer to prevent any reading 100% of the time, then such a reaction is not necessary, only looking around and deciding if the V1 (which I already have had for ages) is pointing out an officer and then responding accordingly in a calm slow manner of response.
      As for "taking a closer look at the ALP", you don't need to sell me, you already did when stating you have seen others set it up with a simple toggle. I do intend on learning more for the purpose of educating myself on how this works so that I may feel confident in the first premise: It will work 100% of the time, never allowing my speed to be read". I am only educated with laser communication and range finding. Though I assume this may be somewhat related to the latter.

      This does not constitute electronic warfare and therefore is not viable reason for me to be pulled over in my state. But I would still shut it off and slow down if I spot an officer pointing that thing at me, rendering them incapable of sending a pacer.

      "It's little details that those of us who like to think of these things really enjoy"
      I understand this can be some sort of hobbyist item with a community and thread forum group and so on. To me, however, it is just a tool and requires functioning efficiently for my purposes, adding to my list of other tools.

      Again, thank you so much for the information. I will, likely, pick the ALP up online by halloween. This weekend is being spent learning.

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to ganador13

      This stuff has been thought through thoroughly and works very well. If you don't want filtering, get a V1, turn on laser, and brake every time a Mazda, Infiniti, or Volvo passes by. :p The pulse patterns from an Infiniti are different than what comes out of a police radar gun. Radar detectors don't do sophisticated signal analysis. Laser jammers do because it's necessary as part of the jamming algorithm. Certain laser guns have specific filtering options if it does impact things such as the Poliscan and Stalker guns. Take a look and you'll see.


      http://alpupdate.com/Configure

      Go to North America, scroll down and change the green button from "PDC Only" to "PDC & LID," and you'll see the different Poliscan and Stalker options.


      Then scroll back up to "Installation on LCC equipped cars (laser anticrash)" and you'll even see options specifically for people who are installing the ALP on their own Infiniti's with laser based collision avoidance systems (which is different than people who are encountering it from other people's Infiniti's).


      So this stuff has been thought through pretty extensively. It's little details that those of us who like to think of these things really enjoy. Definitely take a closer look at the ALP. I think you'll enjoy it. :)

      about 1 year ago
    • ganador13
      ganador13 In reply to ganador13

      Filtering of any kind raises the fear of possible miss filtering. For example, a police laser being misidentified as an infiniti. Especially considering these are forms of light, not radio waves. I guess, in short, I prefer doing my own thinking and stick to the alerts given by my radar and laser detector. I am still investigating but it seems the ALP, so far is the best choice for "which is sure to jam everything". I am only interested in blazing light in front and behind at all times, turning off the toggle switch only after I see an officer and slow down.
      Thank you for the info.

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to ganador13

      It is specifically designed to filter out false alerts like that. It's much more advanced than a radar detector's laser sensor.


      As for a kill switch, you can create something like that. I saw one just the other day where someone custom built it. I'm not sure about the wiring needed to do that, but you could build something for that if you choose.

      about 1 year ago
    • Troy Zimmermann
      Troy Zimmermann

      ALP is $1500 w/2 front front sensors and 2 rear sensors, bluetooth, and 2 extension cables....Where did you get that price from?

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to Troy Zimmermann

      +Troy Zimmermann Which price? The ALP’s price has changed a bit over time and this video was shot a little while ago now so pricing may have changed since.

      about 1 year ago
    • David Ward
      David Ward

      you caught me back up to speed with 10 years of info in 20 min. Thank you!

      about 1 year ago
    • Vortex Radar
      Vortex Radar In reply to David Ward

      It's my pleasure to be of service! 👍

      about 1 year ago