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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. Zachik
    Got it. Made my JPG comment, because one can never know what others on the thread know and what may be news to them... :wink:
    For better or worse - demographics, age, education and level of knowledge on these threads are very very wide.
     
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  2. Shanling
    3 clicks are possible, but we would definitely have them work constantly no matter if the screen is on or off.

    Yes, our team is working on update. It's now going little bit slower, since focus is now on M5s, implementing new functions to it, which will then be pushed to M0 too.

    Interesting, I feel it works slightly better.
    Too bad it has no support for special symbols, kind of tricky to use with Japanese, Chinese, etc music.
     
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  3. dreamercross
    Is there a hibylink alternative for the shanling m0? I'm really interested in getting it for the portability but would be nice if I can use my phone to scroll through my albums as well
     
  4. tim0chan
    Coming soon
     
  5. Shanling
    One update, controls in BT receiver mode now works on M5s, so now just port it to M0...
     
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  6. technobear
    No.

    I reported months ago that not all of the screen is visible. If you look slant-wise you can see some of the hidden pixels. Seems like a design fault to me as it appears to be only the paint on the back of the glass that is hiding the edges of the screen. It has nothing to do with the JPEGS but I suppose Shanling could cache the album art a little smaller so that we see the whole image and not a clipped image.
     
  7. zaero69
    Since theres only one button to bring to life the display we have
    short clicks (1, 2, 3 clicks)
    long clicks (here we have seconds to count)

    That way you can play with the controls and thus make the player controlable from inside the pocket without having to look at the screen (this is my wet dream)
    One of the problems of this playeris that it's not lockable. Even ipods were. And ipods should be the example to copy the interface.

    If you want to implement the lock on this player my suggestion is with the clickwheel long press time
    Short press time : Bring the screen on (except if it's locked)
    Medium press time (around 2 seconds) to lock or unlock the screen
    Long press time (4 seconds or longer)

    And yes, in future revisions think that a slider to lock / unlock the player ir a good idea
     
  8. jelbo
    Your pronounced No moves me to react :)
    Yes, the pixels on the outer edges of the screen are slighly hidden by the bezel/paint. In my image example, it's the non-coloured outline outside of the inner red outline. But looking really hard, I do not see the blue line that comes next, not even slightly. So I'm staying with my conclusion of 220x220 pixels being displayed :wink:
    Not sure what you mean by that. I think we can indeed disregard the image format as I'm pretty sure it will be the same with a .png or .gif. I don't know if images are cached in any way, my guess is that the OS is downsampling and displaying them when accessed. I also have a hunch additional JPEG compression is being used, beause I clearly see heavy artifacts on 500x500 images that look way cleaner and should look even cleaner when downsampled.
     
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2018
  9. rdale
    Yes I agree! I did try to post a photo by clicking on the icon with mountains in the Reply to Thread editing box, but it didn't have a file selector so I could find the .jpegs on my file system, it only had a URL for images that are already on the web as far as I can see. Maybe because I'm a Head Fi newbie who has only posted a single message, the option hasn't been enabled for me yet.
     
  10. fish1050
    Then all he has to do is post that, at least it is a response on the question and I will stop bringing it up. But to continuing to answer other posts which is great how hard is it to post, fw update in progress unable to provide eta at this time.
     
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  12. Vidmaven
    Is there an option for gapless playback?
     
  13. endgame4
    There is no switch, it is always on.
     
  14. jelbo
    There's definitely an option in the Music options. It was off by default on my M0.

    [​IMG]

    Also, while finally taking the time to listen to some SACD transfers, I've come across some pretty big bugs.
    • With DSF (DSD64) gapless doesn't work; there's even a loud click between tracks (I think at the beginning of the next track). This click is not there when I play the DSF with foobar2000.
    • With DSF (DSD64) the EQ presets don't work, at all.
    • The EQ didn't work either with 96KHz/24-bit FLACs. It did work on 44KHz/16-bit FLACs. Looks like a CPU limitation? Hopefully not.
    • I let a friend listen to some tunes (DSF) using bluetooth (AAC) on his Bose QuietComfort 35's. I was about 1 or 2 meters from him all the time and the connection kept on dropping intermediately. I had the same on his Pioneer car radio using bluetooth with AAC.
    I'm sure it's been mentioned, but a custom EQ would be really, really handy. I want a slight bass bump on my T2's, but the 'Bass' preset is distorted way too much (that's a generic EQ preset for ya). If I get the EQ to work at all, which is almost never because I listen to a lor of high res files, for which EQ is broken at the moment.

    Apart from that, the DSF files are sounding in-cre-di-ble. It's fantastic to have a little DAP that natively plays DSD. I'm using the popular Chinese Tin Audio T2 IEMs and my good old American Grado SR80's :)
     
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2018
  15. mentega
    Hi all

    is it possible to use the M0 as a USB DAC and LDAC transmitter at the same time? Trying to stream LDAC from my mac to the cans.....
     
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