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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. morndewey
    I cancelled my P1 drop order on account it seemed to me from drop thread you’d need an external amp to drive it. How valid do you think this is? I have M9 and ARm20. Thanks
     
  2. Vitandus
    @morndewey Ive driven my iSine 20 and today listened to my Hifiman HE4xx headphones with the M11. I think it has the power aplenty but I’d need to check the impedance and so forth of the P1. I can’t imagine it’s more than the two sets I’ve mentioned.
     
  3. abitdeef
    They had a typo of 200 ohms but it was 20 ohms it was just typed 200hms, so I think that's part of the confusion. They're 20 ohms so they should be easy to drive.
     
  4. abitdeef
    That colorfly u8 little screen on top reminds me of cool stuff Sony used to do. I'd love to hear that little beast.
     
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2019
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  5. Ojisan
    Haha yeah :) But not big enough in Texas, certainly not big enough to feed y'all until something like this!
    https://cdn0.wideopencountry.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/bbq-smoker-793x526.jpg

    My listening session tonight
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    Happy Friday, happy listening!
     
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  6. stanleyshmanley
    @FiiO @audiophilefan Just had this same issue regarding the audio cut out while a song was playing again but this time it was on Spotify.

    I was using the 4.4mm port as usual. I noticed @audiophilefan 's review mentioning him using the 3.5mm port exclusively so this is likely a firmware issue and not hardware related. I'm testing the 3.5mm port now myself in line out mode. Doesn't happen often but wanted to bring it to your attention.
     
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  7. exitfire401
    Same. The U8 and N8 are the only other current DAPs that I have any interest in trying. M11 has been more than worth it so far.
     
  8. audiophilefan
    Yup. Most likely firmware. I don't remember having the issue when I was using the Hiby app but I already uninstalled it. Just using the Fiio app now. Sorry I don't use streaming services. Can't confirm regarding that.
     
  9. Jujoe
    I think we are still on firmware 1.1.1 in the FiiO app and build number 1.0.5.

    The APKPure app shows that the FiiO app is at 1.1.2 but I can not update to it as I only have the option to open the app and I am unwilling to uninstall and reinstall trying getting the newer version.

    Has anyone been able to update the app, if so have they seen any improvements?

    Juj
     
  10. Ryokan
    Are you using another music app now, or are you just using the player without? Thanks.
     
  11. morndewey
    Thank you both for the replies.
    Yes I understood it to be 20, not 200 ohms. However I saw another measurement presented which I’m not sure how to interpret in relation to properly driving p1:

    • Sensitivity: 95 dB +/- 3dB
    Is this relevant to amping considerations?
     
  12. BadReligionPunk
    Right now mostly use Fiio music as it sounds great and I am a folder user mostly. I also use Hiby music too. It sounds great but not as great as Fiio. I mostly use it for EQ when it's needed.
     
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  13. abitdeef
    Yes it's not the most sensitive iem, but that's good in a way. M11 will dive them fine. More sensitive iems take less volume, but can hiss.
     
  14. Nayparm
    Pretty unique and awesome dap
     
  15. Colors
    Anyone tried the FH7 with M11? I just got the FH7 recently and may go and test/get the M11. Really liking my XDP300R currently though, so tough call...
     
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