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FiiO M11-Android 7.0, 2.5/3.5/4.4 Powerful Output, Exynos 7872, Dual AK4493 DAC chips, 3GB RAM, WiFi, Two-way LDAC

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by FiiO, Mar 19, 2019.
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  1. JRichardson1228
    Okay, so it's not just me? That thread moves too fast for me to catch up, so I'm some pages behind and have yet to see your comparison specifically, but the main contributors to that thread are kind of obnoxious. Anytime I've seen anyone say something even slightly critical of the DX220, the whole gang just pounces on them and beats them to a pulp. It's embarrassing.
     
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  2. abitdeef
    Man, this dap really does treble good. Fiio wasn't kidding when they said they tuned the LPF for better highs and mids.
     
  3. gLer
    Thanks for that. Very glowing review indeed. I'll wait until @Currawong has his say, and @Brooko too. That should give us a good sample of user feedback. Thanks again for your efforts.

    PS. You mention you have small ears, so the FH5 should be a perfect fit for you. How do the FH7 compare to the FH5 in terms of fit (nozzle depth etc.)?
     
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  4. abitdeef
    No it's not you at all, there is a fanaticism about ibasso that I don't understand. I mean their stuff is nice, but fiio stuff is a better value and the design of their stuff seems a bit behind other vendors, not spec wise just design, build, and UI wise imo. Kind of reminds me of hidiz with an wanabee audiophile flavor. Lol.

    I don't know it's weird, but I'd take the fiio or a Sony anytime over their 'flagship'. I love the m11 though, I really do. Only thing is I wish it were smaller and had the volume on the right side. I guess the size doesn't matter much since I have the tiny m6 around.
     
  5. fatmanny
    So I got an early gift waiting for me when I got home. Now I just need my 4.4 balanced cable to show up! Is there a clear winner at this point as to which music app does the best? I've only spent about 15 minutes playing with this thing so far and the Fiio app, but the EQ seems to be lackluster. I'm a bass head so I need my eardrums to punch into my brain while I'm listening! :floatsmile:
     
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  6. abitdeef
    Congrats, balanced out and bass head earphones will help :wink:
     
  7. fatmanny
    I bought the Tin T2 when they were on sale on Ali, so I get that I won't get loads of bass with them, but I'm hoping the balanced cable does enough for me. Otherwise I have my RHA T20, which give me a much warmer sound. Either way, the detail of the player is tickling me deep!
     
  8. abitdeef
    The balanced is quite a step up on this dap. So yes you will have a smile when you listen out of balanced.
     
  9. abitdeef
    Ahh yes the 80's.

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  10. Vitandus
    The Hidizs MS4 bass is nuts. Some reviewers found the bass "muddy" - even coming from iSine 20 and FH5, I didn't think so.
     
  11. Vitandus
    I wish Apple Music sign-in worked on the M11. I don't think there's a hope in hell of that ever coming to fruition, tho. Guess it's time to try Spotify.
     
  12. aaf evo
    Apple Music requires google play services. I switched from Apple Music to Spotify when I got my SP1000 and it’s been a blessing. I so much prefer Spotify over Apple Music and I’m heavily invested into the Apple ecosystem.
     
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  13. Vitandus
    Spotify or Deezer?
     
  14. aaf evo
    Looks like amazon got their M11 shipments in a bit earlier than normal? Instead of Tuesday delivery it now says Friday!
     
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  15. abitdeef
    Nice! Only 2 days.
     
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