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    Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    Hello fellow car audio Junkies! my name is Brandon, feel free to call me Bran.
    I work for Nav-TV and can answer any questions you might have, feel free to reach me at ext 102 1-866-477-3336
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    Owner BigAl205's Avatar
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    Re: Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    Welcome aboard!

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    Re: Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    I have your M650-GM MOST interface on my 2015 Chevrolet Sierra truck. I feed the digital output of this to my outboard DSP.<br><br>The claim is that it produces a flat unprocessed digital signal, but is that signal created inside the unit ? What I mean is let's say I am playing a CD or a digital file from my USB in the head unit. Am I truly getting the "raw" digital signal from the source before any processing or are there analog conversions happening before that ? Or for example is the GM650 stripping processing and then re-assembling the digital signal or what ?&nbsp;

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    Re: Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by preston View Post
    I have your M650-GM MOST interface on my 2015 Chevrolet Sierra truck. I feed the digital output of this to my outboard DSP.<br><br>The claim is that it produces a flat unprocessed digital signal, but is that signal created inside the unit ? What I mean is let's say I am playing a CD or a digital file from my USB in the head unit. Am I truly getting the "raw" digital signal from the source before any processing or are there analog conversions happening before that ? Or for example is the GM650 stripping processing and then re-assembling the digital signal or what ?*
    You are getting the digital signal directly from the car. The m650-GM grabs the MOST150 digital signal before it reaches the orm amplifier and converts it to spdif or analog. It is not grabbing an analog signal and reassembling it like a Fix does.

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    Re: Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    I know you say if you have non Bose for the gen v silverados this unit might work with the upgraded radio module. It didnt work for me. Is there any chance this will be fixed in the near future ? A nodule for non Bose

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    Re: Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    what do you offer for alfa romeo?

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    Re: Welcome to Nav-tv's ZEN-AUDIO Forum

    The NAV-TV M-650 gave me the cleanest signal Vs. any aftermarket headunit. I used the JL Fix prior to this and its not even a close contest.

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