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Shanling M0 - Nano size, touch screen, LDAC & aptX BT, USB DAC/transport and ESS Sabre ES9218P, FW 3.1

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Shanling, Mar 16, 2018.
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  1. J Kelley
    I'm pretty sure the LO option just sets volume to 100% and locks the volume control. So, no.
     
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  2. abitdeef
    Yes it does, it’s not a true line out... but everything I’ve fed it to sounded really nice.
     
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  3. technobear
    ESS rates the ES9218P output as 2V RMS.
     
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  4. My Little Phony
    I had a volume based experience yesterday with my new precious M0. I plugged in my old AKG K26P (32 ohm) headphones and listened to music. I paused the music, entered the "Settings" menu and swipped here and swipped there to get a feeling for operating the touchscreen and chose "yes" without reading the popping up text only seing the slider i clicked on was now set to "Lo". Oh nice i thought to myself must be the lo(w) / hi(gh) gain setting.

    Went back to the "Now playing" screen and pushed on the pause symbol. A nearly pantswetting war was settled between my ears for the next 4 seconds till i recovered from the shock and was able to get the headphones off my head. After i got lord over the blood pouring fountain inside my ears i relaxed and took a second look at the settings menu.

    "Lo" did not mean low gain... it was L(INE) O(UT) and the text that popped up informed about the fakt that the output volume now is set to 100%.

    I found the true hi/lo gain setting and happy happy joy joy it was ofc set to high. :grin: (meaning 80mw on higain went straight into my sensitive elfish ears)

    *** joking aside im really happy with the M0. Small audiophil powerhouse. Already wrote down some words, made pictures of it including size comparison next to some other devices. Im waiting for the Arc-1 wireless heaphones from AIWA (inc. 22.08) and try it out with the M0 than i post the review ***
     
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  5. jithu215
    Can i use m0 as a usb dac for my phone?
     
  6. ThEvil0nE
    what happened to the big Shanling release countdown?
     
  7. technobear
    Most Android phones.

    Not iPhone.
     
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  8. endgame4
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  9. SomeEntityThing
    Hello,

    I'm wondering if the Shanling M0 has issues when it comes to accidental volume changing when in a pocket?

    If it doesn't, I might just pull the trigger... my Ruizu A50 had a really wonky scroll wheel that caused its player to increase in volume ridiculously loud so suddenly at times, it got SUPER annoying.
     
  10. Shanling
    There is some problem in software with albums with disc numbers. Was reported to our team some time ago.

    Line Out will do full 2V.

    If you are afraid of accidental volume changes in pocket, in settings you can lock volume wheel while screen is off.
     
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  11. jithu215
    I am using lg v20...can dsd be played through m0 as a usb dac
     
  12. fish1050

    Yeah I have accidentally hit the volume slider a couple of times and nearly blew my eardrums. :L3000: So I set the Max Volume to 70 just to be safe, I typically listen between 50 to 55 so 70 Max should be fine for me.:smile_phones: I don't use the volume slider and prefer the scroll wheel, it would be nice to be able to disable the volume slider for just this reason.
     
  13. MrGummido
    I can't seem to get my M0 to read .cue files, anybody here knows if it's supported? Or would I need to use a cue splitter and split them into individual .flac files? Thanks!
     
  14. jeanolivier
    .cue files, are supported
    FW 2.1
     
  15. rkt31
    shanling m0 working perfectly as transport to chord Hugo 2 but problem is with dsd files. it should output dsd as dop to Hugo 2 once the option is set in shanling but it is not even able to stream even dsd64 as dop leave alone dsd256. others having same problem ? I have latest version of firmware which is 2.1
     
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