FiiO X7 Mk II 2GB RAM + 64GB ROM + ESS9028 PRO + Balanced + DSD + BT 4.1 aptX + Dual mSD + Dual Band WiFi + Opt Out

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by superuser1, Jul 6, 2017.
  1. saj2001ind
    similar sound as hd 599 but with more body to it and airy detailed highs....like audezere sine with lightning cable :)
     
  2. saj2001ind
    anyone knows if there is a balanced cable for hd 599 ?
     
  3. saj2001ind
    i got audeze sine instead of PM3 after a lot of review and I am glad i did that... sine with lighnint cable uses its own dac/amp with dsp and sound is just amazing...its fit is just tight which prevents me to use it for long

    so i go back to hd 599 for that open sound with x7ii
     
  4. saj2001ind
    and anyone using hd 650 or hd 600 or newer hd 660s with x7ii ?
     
  5. Bluess
    @FiiO Can we expect the firmware coming soon? It's almost past early December
     
  6. Brooko Contributor
    They are testing it before release. It won’t be far away now.
     
  7. JaviAl
    Like all of this OTG cables, the USB-C is the the host, the Android Device. For FiiO X7 MK II, needs a cable that the host be the micro-USB, the side and the connection of the FiiO X7.
     
  8. mrmoto050
    I use hd600 with Am5
     
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  9. enragedlemon
    Frustratingly despite having signed up to beta test for them (especially regarding the SD2 problem) I haven't heard anything yet. Have you had the opportunity to test the new firmware?
     
  10. Dobrescu George
    Device beta versions are not Google Canary or Windows beta, those can be really unstable, and unless you're ready to be a beta tester, it is best to not to it.
     
  11. bharat2580
    Got mine today, sounds good. Any burn in period ? and changes ?
     
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  12. Dobrescu George
    Haven't noticed any burn-in here.
     
  13. Brooko Contributor
    Testing it currently - will be replying to Shadow later tonight.
     
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  14. enragedlemon
    I run beta everything (I am a software dev by profession so it is par for the course)!

    How are you finding it? Did they take a stab at the SD2 issue?
     
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  15. Brooko Contributor
    Quite stable. They didn't specifically call out any improvements in dual card use - more with a couple of new features in "now playing" (which many will like), some Bluetooth tweaks and other features.
     

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