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  1. Zelda
    Review - FIIO M6
    Written by Zelda
    Published Mar 14, 2019
    Pros - Build Quality
    Compact and lightweight design
    Solid battery performance, both wired and Bluetooth
    Multiple functions; Bluetooth transmitter and receiver, DAC (and wireless DAC)
    Very good sound quality; well balanced and detailed
    WiFi streaming
    Android 7.0 based firmware; very stable; easy UI, fast response
    Cons - Won't have enough power for demanding headphones (low sensitivity/high impedance)
    Limited apps white list may be a disadvantage for some
    REVIEW - FiiO M6

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    Website - FiiO


    Official M6 info



    And full specifications may be found here.

    Price: $150~180; may vary depending on the sellers.

    Many thanks to the FiiO team for the M6 review unit.

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    The FiiO M6 arrives in a simple white colored paper board box. The small player is neatly arranged with the TPU clear case already installed. Beneath, there is a USB cable, Type-C to Type-A, and an extra screen protector film if needed. For the price and the M6's features there's nothing else needed.

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    Design & Build Quality

    As a new model of the M series from FiiO, the M6 player maintains a compact and very portable form factor. The simple and lightweight design (~80g) is very comfortable, and the rectangular shape with round corners and very smooth finish gives excellent ergonomics over more many DAPs that usually present some sharp edges. It looks like a small smart device with the whole front panel occupied by the 3.2" touch screen and does remind of old smart phones models. The dimensions are similar to those of the lower priced M3K player, only the M6 being wider but also with a more round shape.

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    Build quality is very good with the main frame made of CNC anodized aluminum and both front and back panels are of 2.5D glass perfectly fitting the metal body. The four buttons are plastic and tightly assembled with no rattling sound; they are easy to control even with the TPU case installed.

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    The whole layout is well arranged. At the top side there is the power button placed at the right corner, which naturally also works to turn screen on and off, while on the left corner there is the standard 3.5mm jack. This 3.5mm slot works both as standard headphones output, including those with in-line control and as line-out option that can be set from the settings options. Note that on LO the volume will be set to maximum.

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    At the bottom part there as USB Type-C slot that obviously not only works for charging or data transfer but also allows the M6 to work as external USB DAC and as music source for other DAC. It is worth noting it is possible to use the device as source for DAC even when working as Bluetooth receiver.

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    On the right side, there is only a micro SD slot, and the M6 can potentially read even up to 2TB cards, so it worked perfectly with a Samsung EVO 128GB card. The M6 also holds little 2GB of internal memory, which partially used with by the Android firmware and apps.

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    On the left side there are 3 physical buttons for playback and volume. Upper button for play and pause, and below the up and down volume control. All buttons can also work on screen off and won't turn the screen on. Moreover, while screen is off, the volume buttons can be used to skip to next or previous track if held a few seconds, + for previous track and - for next. Also, on the settings menu it is possible to disable any of these buttons for when screen is off.

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    And with the TPU installed

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    User Interface & Software

    The FiiO M6 runs on an Android 7.0 platform with a full 3.2" touch screen 480x800 of resolution. However, it is not a standard Android interface as it has been highly customized by FiiO to work as a more audio dedicated device instead of a smart device. It still keeps all the strong points of an Android 7.0 system which is still a solid version for modern devices. The result is really nice, giving the compact portable audio player extra versatility and a more user-friendly and intuitive interface.


    The system responsiveness is quite fast, maybe not on par with higher smart phone devices with stronger processors and memory, but definitely faster than other contenders on the same price tag. The current firmware is completely stable, even better than the M3K which is already solid enough. The touch screen has good color depth and resolution for the ~3" size, nice viewing angle and brightness can be set high enough. The navigation is very easy and has quick response, probably thanks to the Exynos processor and the simplified Android running system.

    Upon powering the M6 player on it takes around 30 seconds to boot, a very average record, though power off time is much faster; alternately, the M6 has a long sleep standby time if you prefer to avoid restarting the system every time. On the current firmware, the device starts on the main home screen with some apps icons over a black or white background (to the user's preference). There are no 'home' or 'back' physical or touch buttons, but instead they're replaced by simple touch gestures. A swipe up from the bottom right of the screen immediately takes back to the home screen, while swipe up from the left bottom takes to the previous screen. This works flawlessly and it's also quite convenient when browsing through folders on the compact screen. The right and left swipes also work on certain screens. Everything is quite intuitive and if needed, the manual and quick-start guide are already included on the M6 memory.

    The main application on the M6 is the FiiO Music App, which is available for both Android and iOS systems. It is an easy, fast and reliable app that includes all the main features as music player software. The Gapless and playing through folders work well and there are also 6 different EQ options, including a wide custom user-defined EQ choice.

    Being an Android based player, the M6 includes four preinstalled apps, and extra apps may be installed by downloading the APK files directly from the FiiO site. Tidal and Spotify are available for music streaming too. However, the available apps are limited to a 'white list' allowed by FiiO; this may sound as a disadvantage, but was done in order to avoid any issues on the M6 performance as a simple and stable portable music player. Playing video files is possible too; at least it works through the ES File Manager app, though a more dedicated video player would be nice if could be added. The screen does not rotate for full screen view, something that may be fixed on a future update, or FiiO may allow a dedicated movie player application.

    The volume control is great. The changes from each step to the next are very subtle, so a perfect match for sensitive gears, like in-ear monitors and high sensitive portable headphones. The volume raises up to 120 steps and can be set to a maximum level to prevent going unintentionally too loud and can be also set to start at a fixed volume.

    Below are some of the multiple M6 screens:

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    Fiio Music App screens

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    Playback screen

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    And with album covers

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    Swipe to the right for current playlist

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    ES File Explorer app

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    The battery inside is lithium polymer with a capacity of 1200mAh. The specifications rate a playback time of around 13 hours on wired connection and even higher on Bluetooth mode of 15 hours. The numbers are quite accurate after almost a month of daily use (2~3 hours per day), so charging the device just once a week was enough. The suggested record may not be too high when compared to the 20+ hours of both M3K and M7, but the performance is very good for small DAP with a solid Android platform. Moreover, the battery percentage indicator is very accurate, and there are no sudden drops on the remaining battery time. Charging too is fairly good of around 2 hours. Expectedly, playing higher music files, using the WiFi streaming or DAC usage would drain it faster, but overall is good enough.

    Wireless features

    The FiiO M6 player packs multiple wireless features. The Bluetooth version is 4.2 supporting the better audio codec including hi-res and low latency options like AptX HD, LDAC, HWA and SBC. It may be also used as both a transmitter and receiver. As transmitter it is possible to pair only one headphones set a time. As a receiver, it will play music from either the 3.5mm output or the Type-C port, and can set to work as a wireless Amp/DAC.

    The WiFi can be used for streaming music, supporting DLNA and Airplay for Apple devices. Moreover, it has the FiiO Link feature to control the M6 directly from a phone.

    Tested with various Bluetooth headphones like the M&D MW60, u-Jays, SoundMAGIC E11BT, Soundcore Spirit Pro and Zolo Liberty+, the connectivity quality is excellent. The transmission is clean and very solid with no hint of drops. Just as reference, with the Shanling M0 there were some compatibility issues and certain drops, but nothing with the FiiO M6. It is worth noting that the volume needs to be raised higher than from the wired connection, though doesn't seem to affect the battery time.

    DAC functionality

    The M6 also supports various functions as a DAC trough the Type-C port. It can be used as an external DAC or can work as a source for other DAC. Even small portable DAC like the AudioQuest Dragonfly can be used, and the volume is controlled by the M6. The DAC function works also when set as wireless receiver.

    Sound Quality

    Main gears used: iBasso IT01s and IT04, final E4000, BGVP DMG, FLC 8N, Custom Art Fibae 3 and Black, Periodic Audio Be, Meze Audio 99 Classics, Master&Dynamic MW60, VE Monk Lite SPC.

    DAPs: Shanling M0, Lotoo PAW Pico, iBasso DX120, Fiio M3K, xDuoo X10.

    The FiiO M6 implements a Sabre ES9018Q2C as DAC chip, a solid option for modern audio devices. The suggested headphones impedance is a typical standard of up to 300Ω, which expectedly is a bit too positive. There are no gain options on the M6, but has enough power to drive sensitive IEMs and portable headphones, providing good dynamics range and plenty fullness on the sound without requiring extra amplification. Floor noise is surprisingly low with a clean background that should match even the more picky IEMs. However, it won't give best sounding results on larger headphones or high impedance gears 300 or higher. On the above mentioned IEMs, a 40/120 volume was usually enough, and for the Meze 99 it was around 50~60. Plenty power and good dynamics for the 120Ω VE Monk SPC, but the ZEN was not really good with the higher impedance, not to mention some planar headphones like the Hifiman Sundara.

    Overall, the M6 DAP offers a well balanced sound without boosting the lows or highs and still very nice weight and fine touch of extra musicality. There is very good control and dynamics with fine resolution for the suggested price, fair linearity and natural timbre too. It is rich in details without sounding analytical or too revealing.

    The bass is well defined, with a fuller touch and good dynamics. There is no extra emphasis or coloration added to low notes, but has great quality and texture. The control is very good too, decent speed, and more importantly, good depth and natural decay when paired with more bassy sets (like Periodic Audio Be and BGVP DMG). The transition from sub to mid-bass and then to lower mids is very smooth, resulting in a lower bleeding to the whole midrange. Missing the last bit of extension and rumble if compared to more expensive players, but well presented for the given price.

    The midrange is well rounded, neutral or just a bit more forward depending on the pairing, fairly smooth with a hint of warmth for nicer musical presentation. Very good detail retrieval, clear and accurate too. Resolution is well achieved for the price, micro details are well present, not trying to be too forward on the presentation, what results in a more coherent and natural timbre. The sound is particularly rich with sweet vocals that stand out on some selected gears like the IT01s, IT04, Meze 99 Classics and both CustomArt Fibae IEM.

    The highs are also well rounded, neither dark or nor overly bright, which is a good thing for entry-level players that tend to offer emphasis the treble region to appear as more detailed but then result in a more artificial tone. Clarity and control are very good and extension is more than decent, and just like with the bass, missing the last bit of reach and some extra sparkle even with brighter sound earphones.

    The micro detail is easy to notice within the richer musical presentation. Soundstage is spacious enough, not too wide but not closed either, rather quite precise, convening good imaging and decent separation. Overall, the sound quality is perfectly matched for the price, a noticeable step over the own FiiO M3K budget oriented player, and even better balanced and enjoyable than Shanling M0 or xDuoo X10. The iBasso DX120 is step above the M6 sound quality, but then the DX120 goes for around twice the price of the M6, probably being a competitor for the M9.

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    There are a few audio products that could deserve the title of 'all-rounder', and the FiiO M6 is surely one of those, gathering all the necessary features for a modern portable player. A compact and well built device, easy to operate with a popular, convenient and fast Android platform and responsive full touch screen, very stable firmware and solid battery performance even in Bluetooth mode. Also, multiple wireless features, 2-way Bluetooth, WiFi, works as a DAC, even as wireless amplifier. The white list of allowed apps maybe limited but seems to be updated regularly. And, most importantly, the sound quality is very good for the suggested price, well balanced, accurate and detailed, making a very solid option as a portable music audio player.


    DD Electronics - C-M6 - PU Leather Case for Fiio M6

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    The Fiio M6 has quickly become one of my favorite DAPs for daily portable use. Fiio haven't released a specific case for the M6, so I found one at the DD Electronics store. After exchanging a few emails directly with a Fiio representative, they kindly arranged a sample of the M6 case (along with another Fiio product- to be reviewed soon). DD carries a few accessories for other Fiio's products and various cables and interconnectors too.

    Links: DD Electronics website and the Aliexpress store.

    The price is $16 and can be purchased from the Aliexpress site here.

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    The case arrives in a very simple cardboard box conveniently arranged with a plastic foam inside. Nothing fancy and actually matches the own Fiio packaging with their simplistic and discreet packaging. The only extras you get with the case are a few of 'Hi-Res Audio' stickers to attach to back of the case (not that it will improve the quality anyway).

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    The case is available only in black color which fits well the own M6 player color. Quality of materials seems to be durable enough, at least for the price. Haven't used for more than two weeks as to comment much about the durability in the long run, though, but it works properly to give a better grip on the device and adds the necessary protection over the included stock PU case that arrives with the M6 itself.

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    The case is made by multiple layers of different materials. The outer cover is logically all PU leather - no real leather to be found at this budget prices but still gives a nicer look to the player in addition to the better protection. The inner layer is made of a fabric material with a soft and very smooth finishing. A more important feature is the middle layer that holds a steel plate for the back part of the player; it is thin enough to maintain the light weight of the M6 player but also adds the best protection for it.

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    The shape matches perfectly well the design of the M6 with rounded corners. Like the stock PU case, the C-M6 case has no openings for the 3 playback side buttons or for the micro SD slot, but of course it has the hole for the Type-C USB port at the bottom. The left side still has 3 marks for each of the buttons that can be discerned without looking at the player, and fortunately does not affect the sensitivity; in fact, it works as good as without the case and even a bit better than with the stock case. The fit is very tight and needs some effort to remove the M6 from it. It is a good thing but will make it tedious to remove the now concealed micro SD card if you tend to that too often.

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    The front side is completely open revealing the whole small touch screen of the player, but there is still the extra layer around the corners so it is only possible to remove the player from the upper opening. As can be seen there is an extra metal ring added to the back of the case so can be easily attached to a lanyard or clothes. It is attached by a single piece of PU leather material and the only weak point of the whole case.

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    Overall, this case works neatly for the price. It is more convenient than the included plastic case, gives a better grip and more importantly adds the needed protection.
    1. Zelda
      Added some impressions of the DD C-M6 case for the Fiio M6.
      Zelda, May 20, 2019 at 2:17 PM
  2. yong_shun
    The Beginning - FiiO M6
    Written by yong_shun
    Published Feb 11, 2019
    Pros - Attractive pricing
    Wide range of Bluetooth codecs are supported
    Cons - High frequency might need more emphasis
    FiiO was established in 2007 and has experience in researching and developing countless portable music products of different types and sell FiiO-branded products through sales agents worldwide. The brand name FiiO is composed of Fi(fidelity from HiFi) and iO(number 1&0), representing the real feeling and convenient life that digital brings to life. Meanwhile, the Chinese “飞傲” is the transliteration of FiiO, indicating the positive and innovative spirit as thriving as spring.

    Since I am into this hobby, FiiO always provide affordable solutions for poor students like me. I have very unique experiences with FiiO - Loves and Hates. I love the price of FiiO for sure and their passion in producing good products especially their DAPs; I frustrated with the old user interface - slow and laggy sometime.
    Last year, FiiO launched their new DAPs - FiiO M7 and M9. This launch finally mitigated the laggy interface. I am satisfied with this 2 new products, especially the bucket machine FiiO M9. Nicely done with competitive price.
    This year, FiiO launched their mid-range DAP, M6 with an entry level pricing (SGD 279.00). Why I list this DAP in mid-range category? The features embedded in this DAP is beyond what are provided by conventional entry level DAP. Amazing right? The features are tested and will be introduced one by one in the latter part of this review!

    To describe this DAP in term of the physical appearance, I would use sleek and pocket-friendly. The design is minimalist, modern and sleek. FiiO chose to have a full touchscreen on this DAP instead of the usual scroll-wheel. Actually, FiiO has been using touchscreen frequently in the recently launched DAPs – X5 3rd Gen, X7 MkII and M7. With the touchscreen, M6 looks simpler and nicer.
    The power on/off button is located at the top of this DAP. Unlike the recent release, M6 does not have a volume control knob. FiiO utilised physical buttons for volume control - similar to what you can find on your mobile phone. On the left side of this DAP, there are 3 buttons:
    • The Play/Pause button
    • The Volume Up button
    • The Volume Down button
    The micro SD card slot is located at the right side of the DAP. This time round FiiO chose to use a push in micro SD card slot instead of using a tray. This is easier for user to remove or insert the micro SD card. There might be some compromises – dust maybe collected if the slot is not used.

    The screen of FiiO M6 is nicely done. Adorning the front of the M6 is a vibrant, clear 3.2-inch IPS screen capable of 16 million colors and supporting 5-point touch. Although no reliable source for this, I believe M6 is utilising the same screen as M9. This IPS screen allows you to easily operate your device with its ability to show even the finest of details. Attractive colour and relatively responsive touch response as compared to a lot of the DAPs which equipped with touchscreen in the market. Unlike M9, FiiO removed all the bezel around the screen creating a bezel-less DAP - looks like a mini smartphone.
    FiiO did not forget the back panel of this DAP too. Glass is used on the back of the DAP, making the DAP looks modern and classy. I did not expect this design to appear in a DAP which costs less than SGD300. I like this implementation!
    The bundle in the box adopted the same minimalist as the player – simple but useful:
    • FiiO M6
    • USB Type C cable
    • Quick Start Guide
    • TPU protection case
    • Screen protector (One pre-applied and one spare)
    User Interface
    In the heart of the M6 lies the Android operating system, deeply customized by FiiO. This allows you to navigate through menus at an astonishing speed and with amazing ease due to the carefully thought out customized user interface. The user interface of the FiiO M9 is smooth and user friendly. No more changing between Android mode and Pure Music Mode like what you can find in X5 3rd Gen and X7 Mk II. FiiO Music is now the core of the player. The user interface is exactly the same as the one FiiO M9 is using. This is a good decision made by FiiO – smooth and free from crashing like X5 3rd Gen. Well done FiiO!
    Streaming Services
    The FiiO M6 does not support Google Play Store although the backbone of the user-interface is Android-based. Streaming services can be installed and supported by this DAP. It is a little confusing at first but after the first try it is pretty easy. Basically, you need to download apk file for the supported app from website using computer. Then, connect your M6 to the computer and copy the apk file to the storage. To install the app, go to file management and tap on the apk file. The app is now installed. Simple as that. I use Spotify frequently. M6 supported Spotify well. The speed is slightly slower as compared to phone, but it is considerably stable. If you need a dedicated DAP for streaming, M6 is a good choice. There is a list of available applications that are supported by this DAP on FiiO's website.
    Battery Life
    Under normal usage the M6 can last around 13 hours. This is advertised by FiiO on the website. It is sufficient for me because I always have a habit to charge all my devices at night. M6 supports deep sleep mode. While in deep sleep (standby) mode the M6 can be still be used after a whopping 26 days! And being in deep sleep mode does not mean sacrificing convenience – just hit the power button, and the M6 instantly is ready to go. If you are pairing this DAP with a Bluetooth headphone, the battery life is around 16 hours. Not too bad!

    The M9 uses Bluetooth 4.2 and supports virtually all Bluetooth formats including the high-resolution ones for your ultimate listening pleasure, including: 24-bit aptX HD (also backwards compatible with aptX), LDAC, and HWA. The DAP can act as a Bluetooth receiver too. With the latest M6-FW1.0.1 firmware update, receiver mode supports both SBC and LDAC codec. I connected M6 with my LG G6 which supports LDAC too. There are some mismatch in the codec. It showed LDAC on my phone but SBC on FiiO. I will drop FiiO a message regarding this and update when response from FiiO is received. FiiO has very good reputation built on Bluetooth connectivity by the launch of the BTR series. It is glad to see this DAP has the capability to do this too.
    Digital Output and Input
    The M9 utilizes the modern USB Type-C connector, which allows it to not only be used as a USB DAC but also allows output of digital audio signals to other devices through USB. Of course, USB Type-C also enables charging and file management on the M9 when connected to other devices. The M6 supports USB audio out (send digital audio bits through USB), with even support for DoP/D2P. I tested USB out of M6, it works flawlessly with the correct choice of cable.
    The M9 can be used as an asynchronous USB DAC with both Macs and Windows PCs. With Mac computers, you can just plug-and-play the M6 with no drivers needed. With Windows PCs, a simple install of drivers by FiiO is needed. The M6 can also act as your computer's Bluetooth transmitter – simply hook the M6 up to your computer as a USB DAC, and then have the player transmit Bluetooth audio to your headset!


    • CPU: Exynos 7270
    • RAM: 768mb
    • Rom: 2 Gb (+ 2Gb for the system)
    • DAC: ES9018Q2C
    • Outputs: 3.5mm headphone out – line out
    • Digital Input: USB Type-C
    • Screen: 3.2″ 480×800 IPS Screen from LG
    • Micro SD: SDHC / SDXC (single slot)
    • USB DAC: Exynos 7270 Soc
    • WiFi : 2.4 GHz support
    The specification sheets can be found on FiiO Website. For those who are interested can read from there.

    The M6 utilised the same proven high-performance ESS Sabre 9018Q2C chip that combines a capable DAC and a robust amp in one package, the same as M7. However, FiiO redesigned and further optimised the audio circuit for M6. This results in a higher audio output power as compared to M7 - 50% higher as mentioned on FiiO website.

    Finally, after so long we have arrived at the most important part of this review – sound performance. To examine and share this, I paired this DAP with my Campfire Nova (with Effect Audio Eros II 2.5mm terminated). I used a 2.5mm to 3.5mm adapter by Effect Audio.
    M6 exhibits the house sound signature of FiiO. The overall sound signature is considerably warm and lush. The spacing and soundstage of this DAP is moderate. With my Campfire Audio, the soundstage is acceptable. For those IEMs with slightly narrower soundstage, congestion might happen but this is common issue of entry level DAPs. The pairing is very important here. The presentation is clean – without noticeable hissing or noise despite having higher output power as compared to M7. M7 is powerful and energetic. It should able to unleash the potential for most of the IEMs in the market without any problem. I will include some comparison after this part of the review.

    The lows of this DAP is dominant. The kick at the low frequency region will satisfy bass-heads. Can you imagine the power? Although having dominance at the lows, it does not bleed towards the mids - Fast and precise. I like this approach. Depth wise I would appreciate slightly deeper implementation. The lows and mids are on the same line which making it a little congested.


    The mids is smooth and rich. For Singaporeans and Malaysians, I would describe this as Milo "Gao". For others, this can be described as having a cup of hot chocolate. Milky and thick texture in the mids. Very relaxing even after long listening. It flows and hits your eardrum gently, giving you the aroma and feel. For those who owned a warm IEM like Shure SE215, it might be too warm and saturated. Pairing need to be done over here too.

    The highs shy a bit on M6. Its presence shall get more emphasis. It would be better to have a little bit more space and air as well as extension as the high frequency. For those who want a bright DAP, M6 might not be suitable for you but for those who owned a bright IEM and wish to tame the beast, M6 could be your beast master.

    I do not have a lot of DAPs within this price range so I selected the elder brother, FiiO M7 and Activo CT10 for comparison. In term of physical appearance, M6 is definitely the sleeker and most pocket-friendly. CT10 looks cheap because of its platicky back cover and the colour combination makes it looks weird. M7 is good but the top bazel is a little bit redundant. I would appreciate if the top bezel is removed but I know this is impossible because space is needed for circuit and parts.

    In term of sounds, I find M7 and CT10 is more neutral as compared to M6. M7 has the widest soundstage among all. CT10 and M6 share second place together. Although the chip used in M6 and M7 is the same, but the design of circuit caused a major difference. Personally I prefer M7 in term of sound signature.

    Function wise, M6 exhibits the bucket machine approach from his eldest brother, M9. It has list of features that can easily kills CT10 and M7. M6 creates a strong competition with its feature-rich property and competitive pricing.
    With the launch of FiiO M6, the benchmark of sub SGD300 category is raised significantly. No features need to be compromised to lower the price. You can own a DAP with all the features you need without burning a hole at your wallet. I appreciate the hardwork by FiiO to cater different needs of audiophile community.

    On behalf of the community, Thank you FiiO and well done on the latest release of FiiO M6.
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