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NE-7V Line Output Converter


NE-7V   $19.95

The Navone Engineering NE-7V is a stereo, full-range speaker level to pre-amp level line output adapter with balanced and/or common outputs, full transformer isolation, an adjustable output signal level that ranges from zero up to 9.5 Volt Maximum RMS, and a powerful infrasonic filter on the bottom end. The inputs of the device connect to the car's left and right speaker leads that are provided, and the gold-plated RCA female chassis mount outputs feed into the input of an aftermarket equalizer, electronic crossover, or power amplifier. The fully isolated circuitry eliminates DC ground loops and provides excellent coupling with a high input impedance. The source impedance of the Navone Engineering NE-7V is low enough to be considered a competition grade component. The output range adjustment (0 to 9.5 Volts) permits a wide range of OEM decks to perfectly interface with a wide range of aftermarket components. However, we highly recommend leaving the trim pots at the MAX level. To optimize the signal and minimize the system noise, we also recommend using the Autosound 2000 Test Disc CD#104, Level Setting, to perfectly set up your system's gain structure.


Detail of the Input Leads of the NE-7V connecting to the + and - speaker terminals of the factory speaker.   NE7V
Detail of the input leads of the NE-7V soldered securely to the + and - speaker terminals of the factory speaker. The factory speaker can later be removed from the system, or left in place. NE7Vc.jpg (26552 bytes)
Detail of the signal level adjustment on the NE-7V. Factory preset is for Maximum signal. (We highly recommend leaving the trim pots at the Max level.) NE7V


The NE-7V's circuitry was designed by David Navone and Richard Clark of Autosound 2000. This high-quality Line Output Converter can be used in high-end competition and demo systems to couple the audio from the OEM factory deck into an aftermarket power amplifier. Adding a sub-woofer to a factory system is a typical recommended use of the  NE-7V. Remember, when the NE-7V is added to a factory system, the stock OEM deck can exhibit output specs as good, if not better, than the most expensive high-end aftermarket decks. The only difference between NE-7V and the NE-8V is in the packaging. The NE-7V comes with input wires. We typically use the striped wire to connect to the + speaker terminal of the factory speaker. After the input wires of the NE-7V are connected to the factory + and - speaker terminals, the factory speaker can be removed, or left in place. Also, if noise is a consideration, we recommend running long speaker leads from the + and - speaker terminals and locating the NE-7V very close to the input of the aftermarket power amplifier.



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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 21 November, 2011.

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