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In USD how much will the FiiO M9 cost and when will it be available in US. Thanks
 
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What is the difference between M7 and M9?
I own a M7, but several things are not good (bad display, crashes, a simple music app with less functions, simple EQ)...
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Please tell me the difference between the M7 and M9. Thanks
 
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If you really want Bluetooth then get the M9.

Sound wise I do find the DX120 to be a tier up. Its a sound chameleon actually. Aside from 5 digital filters it also has 5 sound modes that can change it from neutral to warm sounding. If I were to go for the DX120 it would mainly be for the superior bass extension.

Either way both would be much better than the X1.
Hi Seanwee. As the Fiio M9 appears to uses the same DACs as the Shanling M3S - I'm curious if you happen to have heard the Shanling M3S and, if so, how it compares sound quality wise?
 
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Hi Seanwee. As the Fiio M9 appears to uses the same DACs as the Shanling M3S - I'm curious if you happen to have heard the Shanling M3S and, if so, how it compares sound quality wise?
It's been a while since I heard the M3S but I do believe that the M9 is better.

The M3S is coloured while the M9 is more neutral. The M3S should also be darker sounding if I'm not mistaken.
 
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1. FiiO M9 Portable High-Resolution Audio Player丨The Ultimate in Versatility

The two AK4490EN DACs employed in the M9 feature a high signal-to-noise ratio, exceptional dynamic range, and low distortion – making for a precise yet exciting sound signature.
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1. FiiO M9 Portable High-Resolution Audio Player丨The Ultimate in Versatility

The two AK4490EN DACs employed in the M9 feature a high signal-to-noise ratio, exceptional dynamic range, and low distortion – making for a precise yet exciting sound signature.
It actually looks even better in real life :)
 
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1. FiiO M9 Portable High-Resolution Audio Player丨The Ultimate in Versatility

The two AK4490EN DACs employed in the M9 feature a high signal-to-noise ratio, exceptional dynamic range, and low distortion – making for a precise yet exciting sound signature.
That is one beautiful device.:yum:
 
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Its physically very attractive for a DAP, however the specs are less than desired. the power output for both 3.5 and 2.5 are very weak. even my X5 III has more output power than the M9... :frowning2: sad, seems i wont be picking this DAP up after all.
 
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Its physically very attractive for a DAP, however the specs are less than desired. the power output for both 3.5 and 2.5 are very weak. even my X5 III has more output power than the M9... :frowning2: sad, seems i wont be picking this DAP up after all.
I am not sure it's fair to look at it that way. The X5 has a lot of power for it's small size, if I don't remember wrong it has more power in SE than the X7II. But power output is not all :).

And i would assume that the M9 is made for iems and easy to drive headphones on the go. And most importantly how is the sound quality? :)
 
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Its physically very attractive for a DAP, however the specs are less than desired. the power output for both 3.5 and 2.5 are very weak. even my X5 III has more output power than the M9... :frowning2: sad, seems i wont be picking this DAP up after all.
If you want lots of driving power you may want to consider the Opus 1S.
 
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What's the power out of the new Fiio M9 are talking able to drive 150ohm headphones or more like 32ohm? I was looking at comparing this to the Pioneer XDP-300R and which was the better choice?
 
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2. FiiO M9 Portable High-Resolution Audio Player丨The Ultimate in Versatility

The TI OPA1612 is used as the LPF, while the TI OPA1622 serves as the BUF. To achieve single-ended and balanced output, there are 2 OPA1622 op-amps used that provide up to 77mW of power @ 300Ω load.

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What's the power out of the new Fiio M9 are talking able to drive 150ohm headphones or more like 32ohm? I was looking at comparing this to the Pioneer XDP-300R and which was the better choice?
Headphone out specifications 1(3.5mm port)
Output power 1 ≥125mW(16Ω / THD+N<1%) Output impedance <2Ω
Output power 2 ≥170mW(32Ω /THD+N<1%) THD+N <0.002%(1kHz/32Ω)
Output power 3 ≥19mW(300Ω / THD+N<1%) Separation >72dB
Frequency response 5Hz~80 kHz(-3dB) Peak output voltage 6.5Vp-p
SNR ≥118dB (A-weighted) Noise floor <5uV
Headphone out specifications 2(2.5mm port)
Output power 1 ≥125mW(16Ω / THD+N<1%) Output impedance <2Ω
Output power 2 ≥195mW(32Ω /THD+N<1%,balanced turbo off)
≥220mW(32Ω /THD+N<1%,balanced turbo on) THD+N <0.002%(1kHz/32Ω)
Output power 3 ≥24mW(300Ω / THD+N<1%,balanced turbo off)
≥77mW(300Ω / THD+N<1%,balanced turbo on) Separation >98dB
Frequency response 5Hz~80 kHz(-3dB) Peak output voltage 7.07Vp-p
SNR ≥113dB (A-weighted) Noise floor <10uV
 
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