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Shanling M0 - Nano size, touch screen, LDAC & aptX BT, USB DAC/transport and ESS Sabre ES9218P, FW 3.2

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Shanling, Mar 16, 2018.
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  1. VRacer-111
    For another perspective of how 'big' the M0 is...

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  2. Shanling
    When paired and sending sound to headphones,there should be codec displayed enxt to the clock. Your M0 with Sony shows different codec, just BT icon or nothin at all?
     
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  3. endgame4
    I believe the Android app is the companion remote-control app for Shanling's own MTouch OS. They seem committed to having MTouch OS run their future players.
     
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2018
  4. JimmyJam
    Any chance for a feature to read .txt files in the player?

    I would love to be able to add something for workouts that I can just glance at to see what exercises I'm suppose to be doing.
     
  5. Isloo
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    Like many people, i am extremely impressed with the M0. The sound quality streaming LDAC is fantastic. I think it is quite a neutral and transparent dap as can sound quite different depending on the headphones used. I have found it pairs really well with the fiio fh5 iems.
     
  6. Vimtoman
    I have had so many Android DAP's and the only one worth mentioning regarding preformance was the Hiby R6. All the others were sluggish.

    I quite like the nimble linux GUI version of the M0 . So I would like a M1/R3 sized version with bigger battery,touchscreen,recessed buttons and recessed thumb wheel.
     
  7. Vimtoman
    Switching on equalizer on most DAP's will have a reduced volume effect. So it's not just you:) it happens to all.
     
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  8. sunshine83
    Hi, it shows just bluetooth icon (even though my preferred setting is LDAC-HQ in the bluetooh settings)

    I also have Sony SRS-XB31 portable speaker which has LDAC. Same with that as well. Just bluetooh icon.
     
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2018
  9. fish1050
    I think once you go much bigger then it's the same size as most other DAP's in this price range and it loses some of its portability and unique appeal. For me the big thing is adding hardware buttons especially to make scrolling through tracks easier. Shanling has hardware buttons on the M1 so an updated M1 with everything the M0 has ticks all the boxes for me and keeps it ultra portable. I could also do without the scroll wheel as it is very inaccurate and frankly for me a pain to use. Given how long Shanling has had scroll wheels on their DAP's I would have thought the functionality and accuracy would be better by now.

    I have a home setup so the DAP for me is for listening to music when I travel. With all the other stuff I have to carry around having a DAP I can drop into any available pocket has huge appeal for me. Shanling is definitely on the right track with this design, they just need to make some improvements and tweak a few things. Looking forward to seeing what Shanling comes out with next. I understand the top end M5 is next, not really my cup of tea and likely alot more than I can afford to spend on a DAP.
     
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  10. Duncan Moderator
    Funnily, other than the SQ, my favourite feature of the M0 is just how well it fits in that little coin pocket on my jeans...

    Perfect location, extra little bonus :)
     
  11. guys i found a little bug..i have a playlist with 20 songs from when im running and when i try to delete a specific song it says removed but it wont dissapear from the playlist...when i play the playlist i dont hear the song i deleted...it happens with other songs too from other playlists...its not a problem at all just thought i should share it.. :)
     
  12. csglinux
    Same here. I love the tiny size and I'm baffled by all these requests to make the M0 bigger. If you want a bigger DAP, there are zillions out there to choose from. If you want good SQ in a tiny, lightweight device that won't bounce around in your pocket when you're running, biking, etc., the M0 is pretty much your only choice. I would hate to see a 2nd gen M0 get any larger. My request for M0 v2 would be exact same width & height with a larger screen (I know it's predicated on available parts, but I can dream, right?) and thinner. I know going thinner makes it less user-reparable, but there aren't many of us that our removing our M0 screens anyway, so I don't think that would be a problem.

    Congrats yet again to Shanling on an awesome engineering job :)
     
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  13. abitdeef
    Man now that I think about it I’d love a high end unit like M3s but smaller like M2s and with a touchscreen, balanced out and dual dacs.
     
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  14. davidcotton
    Sat at work today with my r6 in my trouser pocket and it wasn't exactly comfortable (devices on desks are frowned on), so the m0 would be perfect from that score. Honestly the only reason (aside from wondering if it's too small) I haven't got one yet is because of audiobook support. That said I am wavering and nearly ordered one a couple of times this week :)
     
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  15. paddler57
    Exactly... They have an M1 already. Wait until they update it if you want a slightly larger DAP. Though if there is only so much room to work with, I'm fine if they increase the footprint to somewhere between the M0 and M1 if they're able to make it thinner. The active crowd doesn't need an ultra small footprint. If it's thinner, the weight is closer to your body and less likely to flop around when moving. So a footprint increase isn't the biggest of deals.

    And definitely agree. I don't think the average user is taking this apart to work on it. Thin is in
     
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