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NVX XTRI1

Remote Turn-on Module/Trigger

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Product Features:

  • Remote Turn-On Module/Trigger
  • Used to turn on remote amplifiers
  • Perfect for adding a sub to a factory system
  • Great for high-powered OEM radios lacking remote output
  • Provides an amplifier switching solution for OEM radios having low-voltage or current-limited remote outputs
  • Can be activated directly from any speaker wire or low-level trigger lead
  • Incorporates a 2-3 seconds delay before triggering the output in all applications to prevent turn-on noise
  • Supplies 2 amps of current
  • Can drive multiple amps or a power antenna
  • Eliminates turn-on pop in aftermarket amplifiers
  • Can be activated by a low-level trigger lead or a speaker wire
  • Low input current requirement and non-inducing transients
  • Also found as: NVX XTRII, XTR1I, XTR11
  • Authorized Internet Dealer
  • 1-year Manufacturer's Warranty
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Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
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Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews

Rating Distribution

5 Star
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4 Star
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Average Attribution Rating

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4.4
Value
4.7
Features
4.6
Design
4.7
Usability
5.0
Fax

Hague, VA

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August 23, 2013

this seems to be a great product at a great price.

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dakiwi13

athens, ga

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worked for intended purpose

October 24, 2014

for the price it worked just fine. reduced the popping noise my amp made whenever it powered on or off. didn't completely eliminate it but reduced it a good bit.

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John

Pensacola, FL

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Works great so far.

June 30, 2013

I originally bought this to use on my fans but it's only capable of a 1 amp load not a 2 amp load as the Sonic Electronix description said. Instead I used it to power up 1 amplifier & my 3Sixty.3 that's powering the other 3 amplifiers. The soft start is ok but it's a great alternative to wiring a relay in which is what I'll be doing when I reposition my setup.

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Quan

Ft Lauderdale

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Stops pops

November 29, 2013

Prior to purchasing the NVX XTRI1, there was a constant pop whenever the audio system was turned on. Several methods had been tried to remove the pop, but it persisted. Purely by accident, the xtri1 was discovered. Once installed, the pop ceased to exist. Great product.

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QUAN

FLORIDA

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POP! stopper

November 7, 2013

After replacing the stock head unit in my 2012 camry with the otocam 3 unit, I would always get a pop from my speakers when the car was started. After rechecking my grounds, the pop was reduced, but would still occur. I bought this product on ebay, from sonicelectronix.com, installed it, NO POP! Just for information, I have 3 amps, a 10 channel crossover, a nvx capacitor and two 12s as my setup. Very happy with the nvx xtri1.

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Robert

Claremore, OK

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Does what it's suppose to.

September 30, 2015

Connected it to my auxiliary power on my car, which shuts off with the car, and no more pop! Works well!

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Charles

Miami, FL

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Useful

March 2, 2017

I used the amp turn on wire to power fans using the module. It works great. Could have used a relay but this is solid state and has a led. Although the fans are low power it was nice not loading the head deck feed down. Thanks Sonic for have this option available

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Arthur

Cleburne, TX

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Works great!

December 22, 2016

Already have another one in my cart for my next build.

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Matt

Ingleside, TX

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it works

December 19, 2016

I have been running 2 of these for about 3months. So far they work great. It would be nice if the leads were a bit longer.

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Travis

Chambersburg, PA

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A must for multi amp installs

October 2, 2016

Great soft turn on and plenty of power for all your start ups. Durability is my only concern as I had to replace one, but for the price and performance it can't be beat.

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Corander

Canada

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I bought this because ...

October 21, 2015

My installation had two amplifiers as well as a lead from the Antenna adapter (Scosche HAAB).

I wasn't sure if the remote output directly from the aftermarket deck (Pioneer AVH-X5700BHS) had enough of a signal for all 3 devices. So I bought this, hooked it up and everything works.

I actually have no idea whether I needed this product or not.

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Would this work to generate a 12V remote trigger output from the RCA audio outs? Ie: does the audio out produce enough voltage to trigger the 12V trigger? If not - any suggestions how I can do this?
tal a on Dec 14, 2016
Best Answer: This device works best with a low amperage 12v remote turn on from the head unit, or speaker-level outputs. RCA outputs are typically 2-4v and, while the documentation says that it will detect these signals, I have found that it does not do so reliably. If your radio is set at a relatively low volume, the RCA output levels will be less than 1v and this device will not turn on. In this case, I have wired my unit to use the aux power input as a signal. Combined with the built in 2 second delay, this gives me head unit enough time to turn on before also turning on the amps. The down side is that if I turn the head unit off while the car is still on, it does not also turn off the amplifiers. I have just learned to turn my volume all the way down instead of turning the head unit completely off.
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i have a 2014 honda accord sport i installed an amp and 2 subs. this car comes with the actice noise cancelling system (ANC) when i turn my car on the subs will start popping. ive tried looking at ways to disable ANC permantently but not much luck. the way i do it is by the diagnostics menu when you start the car but you gotta do it everytime. but anyway i wanna know if this will stop that feedback from the ANC system when i turn my car on?
Cory G on Aug 26, 2014
Best Answer: It really depends on how you have everything wired up for the system. This is best for taking the vehicle out of the picture and running a stand-alone switch to your system. All you'll need is a 12v (+), a ground, and a vehicle 12v (+) switch. If you're getting a popping from the audio side of the vehicle then you may find that the noise carries over to the new module. You can avoid this by finding another switched source from the vehicle aside from the audio portion that you can wire into to maintain a 12v (+) switch and avoid any ANC issues. Just remember to do your homework before tapping into anything. You want to make sure you're not tapping into a module line, the line can support the added strain, and remember its always best to fuse the new addition just after the tap to provide protection to the source.
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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

XTRI1

UPC

818060010675

Weight

0.16lbs

Internal SKU

xtri1

Internal Product ID

46218

Sonic Electronix Wiring Guide

Wiring Diagram Legend

Warning: The image depicted shows the resistance change when wiring multiple subwoofer terminals. Please refer to your subwoofer's owner's manual for the proper wiring of its terminals. Sonic Electronix, Inc. is not responsible for damage caused to your audio system or vehicle due to improper installation. Please call tech support at 1-877-289-7664 if you require additional assistance.

Product Name: NVX XTRI1