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FiiO L7 Line Out Dock (LOD) Cable For E7 USB DAC/AMP

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  • Adds high quality Line-Out connector to the FiiO E7 USB DAC/AMP
  • Provides USB jack for charging
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Technical Details
Brand NameFiio
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions3 x 0.5 x 4 inches
Item model numberFL7101
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB004QVNS0S
Shipping Weight0.8 ounces
Date First AvailableMarch 6, 2011
  
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  • Brand Name: Fiio
  • Model: FL7101

Product Description

The FiiO L7 Line Out Dock Kit is designed to be used with the E7 USB DAC/AMP, providing a dedicated line-out jack for sending a high quality line-level signal to other devices such as a stereo or amplifier. The L7 further expands the versatility and flexi

Customer Reviews

Perfect LOD for the FIIO E17 Alpen!
Ranchibi
It's a lot cheaper than buying another DAC altogether.
Kelsey
They are constructed with quality as expected.
Larry E. Anderson

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Truckin' In Texas on April 15, 2012
As stated in the other reviews so far, this works as expected. I am just noting here that it also works perfectly with the newer FiiO E17 allowing the E17 to function as a DAC only with line out.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on September 25, 2011
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If you want to use your E7 as a DAC with a different amplifier, and don't want the E9, this is exactly what you need. Sure you can always connect it through the headphone output, but that will give you double the coloration and double the distortion. The line-out bypasses the headphone amplifier in the E7, so you end up with a cleaner sound.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kelsey on November 24, 2011
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Fiio makes a matching desktop amp for the E7, but if you'd prefer to use something else (like a tube amp or a stereo receiver), this product will give you a proper line out signal to get the best audio quality from the DAC.

In my case, I've owned the E7 for a couple of years, and it's a great portable DAC/AMP for train rides and laptop use. However, I bought a Bellari HA540 tube amp for my desk at work, because I wanted to have the warmer analog sound, power beefier (non-portable) headphone, and tubes just look cool :)

This L7 adapter allowed me to use my existing E7 DAC for my computer and run a good line level signal into the HA540. If you own an E7 and want flexibility in how the signal is amplified, this is a no-brainer. It's a lot cheaper than buying another DAC altogether.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sean Smith on November 7, 2012
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A while back, I purchased a Fiio E17 and wanted to connect my speakers to it. I purchased the L7 connector. The connector is very flimsy and loosely rocks in the port on the bottom of the E17. A few days after receiving the first L7, it broke my E17. I don't know what happened, but returned it for a refund and sent my E17 to be fixed. Recently, I wanted to hook up speakers to my E17 at work so I ordered another L7. It worked for a couple of weeks and today, my E17 will no longer turn on.

My only guess is that inserting/removing the L7 from the E17 somehow causes damage to the internal workings of the E17. I will admit it's possible that I'm doing something wrong. . .but plugging and unplugging the device is not rocket science and it's happened with two separate L7. For the price, the L7 not working is not a life changer. . .but ruining two E17's is unacceptable.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James Brady on February 23, 2013
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There's really not a whole lot to be said about this LOD. It allows you to use the Lineout Bypass on the Fiio E7 and E17 so you can use those devices as DACs and bypass the amplifier portion. I specifically used this with the E17, and it worked fine. Occasionally, it wasn't recognized and I had to unplug it and re-plug, but that was very rare. It functioned fine and I was pleased with the E17 as a DAC paired with my Schiit Magni and my Little Dot MKIII.

However, it is made of cheap, cheap, cheap plastic. It's small enough to be sturdy from impact, but it's still super cheap looking. It's an eyesore next to something like the E17, which is a beautiful little piece of hardware. It would be five stars if not for the materials/build quality.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DEK62 on May 21, 2013
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Has worked perfect with my E07K and Corsair SP2500 speakers. Just what I needed for a Line out from the DAC to my powered speakers.
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I've had this for over a half year now and I have to say it really is a great product. I usually dock my laptop to a desk and use an external monitor, mouse, and keyboard, however the internal audio codec on my laptop just doesn't cut it for my liking. I already owned a FiiO E17 that I use to power my Sennheiser PC 350 with. However, I decided to buy a really nice 2.0 computer speaker system and wanted to use the DAC in my E17 and not the amplifier as to have a nice clean sound on my speakers.

That's where I decided to buy the L7. It works extremely well and the best part is switching between headphones and external speakers is just the difference of powering on or off my 2.0 speaker system.

All you have to do on the E17 is grab a pen/pencil and move the slider on the side to LO BYPASS. This let's the L7 send a line level signal with no amplification. It does not affect the headphone out port at all so I leave it at LO BYPASS 100% of the time. All I have to do is plug the L7 into the E17 and USB cable into the L7. It will still charge the E17 and can still be used for headphone out. The gain, volume, bass, and treble options on the E17 will only affect the headphone out and not the line out on the L7. Which is what I want since the external speakers have their own treble, bass, and volume control.

What's nice is if I want to use my headphones and I have my speakers running, all I have to do is turn the volume knob on my speakers to off and put my headphones on. And if I want to do the opposite, just turn the volume knob to on on my speakers and take off my headphones.
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...ten bucks, but no complaints really because what can I say, it works...am now running my Fiio E07k Andes as a standalone DAC powered by the excellent O2 Headphone Amp by JDS Labs (see my review) to listen to music files on my computer. Snapped it on, plugged in the USB and a 1/8" Male to Male cable, and voila!

Will go back to my E07 review to update it after I've had time to listen more and compare its performance to my NuForce uDAC2 in the same application. Right now am not noticing any dramatic difference between the E07 and the uDAC2.

Well I suppose the E07 does offer equalization and bass boost features that the uDAC2 cannot, but I prefer not to modify the signal in any way so that's kind of moot for me. Perhaps will experiment with them one of these days if I'm bored...
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