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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. abitdeef
    Yes mine sounds fantastic and resolving on the low end. Also the 2 tracks have very simple bass parts, nothing complex so idk. And I had the sr15 for a good while and the m11 is more defined on everything than the sr15 was with my gear.

    And it's not that the m11 is warm or bass heavy, it does nice sub bass through. Idk I haven't heard anyone complain about it other than one person so far.

    And you can easily change the sound with eq or mseb in hiby music.
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2019
  2. gLer
    Just had a listen. What exactly are you trying to decipher? Seems to be a well textured rumble that underlies different parts of the track, which is nicely separated and doesn’t bleed into the rest of the track. Adds a steady rumble that’s never overwhelming but adds good weight to the track with the FH5 (which has superb sub bass extension and detail). Not my type of music at all, so I may well be listening to it all wrong :wink:
  3. gLer
    Yeah normally when we talk bass detail and texture it’s in reference to strings and drum bass in classical/jazz recordings, although you need a fast and detailed transducer to make the most of electronic bass as well. And I stress ‘transducer’ because the M11 is resolving the bass on just about any track impeccably, depending on the IEM or headphone I use. Not sure how much more detail is possible to extract from a simple bassline like those in the Daft Punk and PW tracks mentioned above, but I suspect what the OP is meaning is separation, which again is more a factor of the transducer’s capabilities (and as you say can easily be tweaked with EQ if it’s not to your liking).
  4. Renpetra
    Hello anyone have problems with the qubuz app very unstable on my fiio m11 ofline library does’nt work half the time app stops working tels me to wait
    And then shuts down completely.
  5. Ryokan
    The sound stage is wider and music sounds clearer, cleaner? than other players I've heard. The UI is well laid out and easy to navigate, a joy to use really. Just hope for the price quality is up there with more expensive DAPs.
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2019
  6. JamesFiiO Contributor
    About the bluetooth volume setup, we will suggest you turn the volume in M11 to Max and adjust the volume in your bluetooth headphones or receiver to get the best S/N and min distortion.
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  7. abitdeef

    James, anyway to get another official screen protector?
  8. Sven2015
    Your described problem is not the normal behaviour. Maybe your M11 is defect (I don't believe that) or your BT devices are worst! Check it as warranty case! If the next M11 has the same "problems" check all your BT devcies....
    Don't forget: the BT headphones has the amp and decoder on board NOT the M11!
  9. Acacia71
  10. Sven2015
    Are you using pre-gain or other things like replaygain with a lower file gain for example? Normally, if I use the FiiO app WITHOUT -4 / -5 dB pre-gain (and replaygain OFF), the BT volume control is much, much lower ~60-70 .... don't forget to check all the other settings (pre-gain, replaygain, volume of the BT device as this and so on).
    In addition, buy another / better BT device... :wink:
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2019
  11. Jujoe
  12. Caguioa

    its not my bluetooth devices because i have used these same devices on my iphone.
  13. gLer
    Read what @JamesFiiO says above. Turn the M11 to 120 (full volume) and adjust the volume on your BT devices (headphones/car stereo etc.). Basically the way line out works. That works for me. I still don't see why the M11 is designed this way when other BT devices (like the iPhone) have equal wired/BT loudness, but that's just the way it is. Thankfully the M11 remembers the volume setting for wired and wireless separately, so when you plug in your IEMs its not going to blow your head off with max volume.
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  14. Acacia71
    May I ask you about importing playlists?
    In the playlist window, tapping on the top right menu: import playlists, confirm: I cannot choose a location. Nonetheless, at the bottom the text appears "Playlists imported successfully". But I see nothing. I copied one playlist file as a test, named SET.M3U, to the internal drive. Clearly that did not work. Do you know what I should do?
  15. Jujoe
    I havent spent much time lookinig into playlist creation but plan too this afternoon :) Once I have tried with a few apps like MusicBee and Foobar I'll report back.

    Found this https://www.fiio.com/newsinfo/69497/1133604.html but its for the X5 .

    Last edited: Jun 9, 2019
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