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Looks like FiiO is releasing the M11 in March. Possibly a replacement for the X7II?
There will also be a TOTL M15.
Really? Well that would most likely be an indirect replacement for the X7II.
Do you have a link to a source? I can't seem to find anything on this announcement.
http://blog.livedoor.jp/orcinus_/archives/52808011.html on the possible M11 nothing on an M15.
Looks like I got out just in time.
You can call me interested, I'd love to see a successor for X7mkii that has the same amazing sound of X7mkii, but the software of M9
The more I think of it, the more it makes sense to drop the X series in favour of more modern architecture and expand the M series upwards.
That’s nice but I prefer the ESS pro chip to the AKM chip
I'm a big Fan of the X7 MKII, Fiio has done a very good DAP, one of the best.......but.... they also have done the worst app/UI ever to use.
No, seriously, I've tested many, many, many music apps and this is the worst ever, period.
Fiio, if you read this or any other forum, please take note of the disappointment of your user/fan, and take action to correct this ASAP.
Take exemple of “PlayerPro” music app, one of the best, fluid, ergonomic, so many features and bugless.
I'm going to rollback to the previous version.
SanDisk Unveils World's Fastest 1TB UHS-I microSD Card
At Mobile World Congress, the company is showcasing the world's fastest 1TB UHS-I microSD flash memory card, the 1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC card. The 1TB and 512GB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSD cards are available for pre-order now on SanDisk.com, and will be available at select retailers in April 2019. The cards will be priced at U.S. MSRPs of $449.99 and $199.99, respectively:
So you can buy 2 512 gb cards for a dap with dual slots for less .
or 2tb for more
Hopefully it has a faster Tidal music interface than the M9 , which is painfully slow .
I want that!
And this time not for music, but really for 4K video recording, it would have just the right speed!
With dual microSD cards, 2X 512GB seems to be doing the trick with X7mkii for me, I just don't have 2TB of music yet, even if we count my hi-res collection