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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

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  1. exitfire401
    Probably due to the difference in formatting, but can't say for sure.
     
  2. mattg3

    I actually formatted the card in my M3K player that has that option.Did not see a format option in the M11. I think it was just little glitches from starting up player for first time.At first album art was missing but as it kept playing album art began to show up.This player has a large learning curve but its worth it. Another thing I found odd is volume level on the M11 needed to go up to 60 to 70 however with the M3K I never go above 25-30 for same level of sound. Is there a volume limiter in the M11 that I may not have found yet and it might be engaged?
     
  3. morndewey
    11tb of music files!?!
    I thought I was OTT with 5tb.
    How do you safeguard storage? I use redundant external HDs. However, an EM solar burst could wipe it all. I used to obsess over it but too lazy to fashion a Faraday box.
    Suggestions?
     
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  4. Jcar
    I haven't tried the M11 yet, but I suspect it works like every other Fiio. If so, try this:

    1. Export playlist in .m3u8 format (I think M3U will work as well).
    2. Open Exported playlist in notepad.
    3. Press enter at the top to create an extra line, and paste: #EXTM3U
    4. You will need to change the pathing of your playlist to match the path of the MicroSD's on your M11. If you are only using 1 MicroSD this will be simple. If you are using 2 MicroSD's, however, you will need to change both paths to match the MicroSD card. Just use the "find replace" function in notepad to do this, replacing all unique portions of the path with their new path on the Fiio player. If your playlist spans 2 microsd's you will need to divide your music collection into two folders on your PC, and create your playlists like that. Then transfer those folders to your SD's, maintaining the exact same folder structure, otherwise SD spanning playlists won't work.
    5. Do a "find and replace" and replace all \ with / .
    6. Save and place anywhere on your Fiio. To play the playlist, just navigate to it and select it.

    As a sample, this is what it should look like before you format:

    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf2\Low Anthem, The\2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin\01 - Charlie Darwin.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf2\Low Anthem, The\2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin\02 - To Ohio.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf2\Low Anthem, The\2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin\05 - Home I'll Never Be.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf2\Low Anthem, The\2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin\11 - OMGCD.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf2\Low Anthem, The\2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin\12 - To Ohio (Reprise).flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Decemberists, The\2009 - The Hazards of Love\08 - The Wanting Comes in Waves,Repaid.flac
    D:\Music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Decemberists, The\2009 - The Hazards of Love\10 - The Rake's Song.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Decemberists, The\2009 - The Hazards of Love\16 - The Wanting Comes in Waves (reprise).flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Decemberists, The\2009 - The Hazards of Love\15 - The Hazards of Love (Revenge!).flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Antlers, The\2009 - Hospice\02 - Kettering.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Antlers, The\2009 - Hospice\03 - Sylvia.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Antlers, The\2009 - Hospice\05 - Bear.flac
    D:\Music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Antlers, The\2009 - Hospice\07 - Two.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf1\Antlers, The\2009 - Hospice\10 - Epilogue.flac
    D:\music\FLAC Archive\tf2\St. Vincent\2009 - Actor\04 - Actor Out Of Work.flac

    And after:

    #EXTM3U
    /mnt/external_sd2/tf2/Low Anthem, The/2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin/01 - Charlie Darwin.flac
    /mnt/external_sd2/tf2/Low Anthem, The/2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin/02 - To Ohio.flac
    /mnt/external_sd2/tf2/Low Anthem, The/2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin/05 - Home I'll Never Be.flac
    /mnt/external_sd2/tf2/Low Anthem, The/2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin/11 - OMGCD.flac
    /mnt/external_sd2/tf2/Low Anthem, The/2009 - Oh My God, Charlie Darwin/12 - To Ohio (Reprise).flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Decemberists, The/2009 - The Hazards of Love/08 - The Wanting Comes in Waves,Repaid.flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Decemberists, The/2009 - The Hazards of Love/10 - The Rake's Song.flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Decemberists, The/2009 - The Hazards of Love/16 - The Wanting Comes in Waves (reprise).flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Decemberists, The/2009 - The Hazards of Love/15 - The Hazards of Love (Revenge!).flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Breeders, The/2009 - Fate To Fatal/01 - Fate To Fatal.mp3
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Antlers, The/2009 - Hospice/02 - Kettering.flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Antlers, The/2009 - Hospice/03 - Sylvia.flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Antlers, The/2009 - Hospice/05 - Bear.flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Antlers, The/2009 - Hospice/07 - Two.flac
    /mnt/external_sd1/tf1/Antlers, The/2009 - Hospice/10 - Epilogue.flac
    /mnt/external_sd2/tf2/St. Vincent/2009 - Actor/04 - Actor Out Of Work.flac

    You don't need the "tf1" folder, those are just my way of distinguishing between the files meant for different SD cards.

    This is what I have always done, but it's from the x5iii, so the paths could be different. I think it might be possible to use relative pathing as long as the playlist is placed in the root directory of the SD on which the music it lists is contained, but I have dual cards so this has never worked for me. If you have dual cards, you will have to edit the paths to include the full SD locations.
     
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  5. JRichardson1228
    The 4.4 connection is sturdier, which means there's less chance of you accidentally snapping the little 2.5 connector.
     
  6. JRichardson1228
    Not sure if anyone's posted the DD case for the M11 in here. I don't remember seeing it in any of the recent pages. Only 10 left on Ali, $36 USD. I'm not big on cases myself, but this one looks pretty nice.

    [​IMG]
     
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  7. Currawong Contributor
    Swipe down twice from the top. Is it on high gain?
     
  8. psikey
    Err, none other than prefer thicker plug going into DAP.
     
  9. jmills8
    Girth
     
  10. gazzington
    Anybody know where I can buy a 4.4 to 4.4 cable so I can connect my M11 to an amp/DAC?
     
  11. jmills8
    I have one.
     
  12. Acacia71
    Thanks very much for this guide. I’ll give it a try. I’ve had Poweramp on a previous dap and I may turn back to it if the Fiio music app doesn’t perform well enough.
     
  13. gazzington
    Where did you buy it?
     
  14. jmills8
    Labkable, new. I had a Mass Kobo amp, but sold it. Then this cable was completed.
     
  15. psikey
    :smile_phones:

    Actually, doesn't the 2.5mm standard have a shared earth while the 4.4mm has separate earth per channel? May be getting confused with something else.
     
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