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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. Shanling
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    Before we go on week long holidays, I have one great news for you.

    We just got beta version of new firmware for M0!

    It will be tested by our testing group over holidays and if everything goes smooth, we will release it when we get back.

    See you again on October 8th.
    Shanling Have any question about our players? Just PM me or send me email. Stay updated on Shanling at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
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    gtb75, Mike-WI, scott1 and 9 others like this.
  2. davidcotton
    Have a good break.
  3. fingertrouble
    Now Playing screen and favorites playlist / recent. The file list is fine. But if I browse Artists - all of those special character tracks are displayed as Unknown Artist. Makes stuff hard to find sometimes. Russian seems to not do that though?

    Sorry the script I used to count sees them as different file times if the case is different, or truncated - just over 11,500?

    16 MP3
    29 Mp3
    1 aac
    9 aif
    19 aiff
    466 flac
    2668 m4a
    8363 mp3
    47 wav

    It did it again earlier - update stopped at around 5045.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2018
  4. fish1050
    I think I would have preferred it if you had just released it on the 8th instead of telling us early. I don't know if I can handle the anticipation, and if testing doesn't go smoothly and there is a delay then there might be some unhappy campers here, namely me!!! :smile_phones:
    Vimtoman likes this.
  5. tichyztech
    Basically, when you are in USB DAC mode, or in BLUETOOTH mode, the screen is locked. Touching the screen will mean that it disconnects. That makes it impossible to have it both in USB DAC mode and BLUETOOTH mode at the same time...it is one or the other.

    Will the update be hopefully addressing the above issue? I would like to use it as BT receiver and connect it to my e.g. mojo or something via USB C.
  6. rkt31
    there are very short clicks which are indistinguishable largely but such clicks breaks the dop stream and therefore the glitches. I think shanling need firmware update for buffer and memory management and/or support native dsd streaming via usb out to sort out the dsd issue.
  7. SilverEars
    I would be awesome if the little M0 becomes a usb to Bluetooth transmitter in the next update. :darthsmile: That way I can stream from my PC through M0 BT.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2018
  8. 329161
    Does this do gapless play?
  9. technobear
  10. davidcotton
    Mp3 seems to have a few issues with gapless (as ever), but flac, alac etc no problem.
  11. 329161
    For anyone who wishes to answer - Does it do AAC Bluetooth and are the codecs used switchable?
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2018
  12. rdale
    The M0 can receive AAC bluetooth but not send it. The Bluetooth codecs can be configured in the Bluetooth settings, but I would assume whichever end is the sender controls which codec is used.
    329161 likes this.
  13. Vimtoman
    It may be the rip. I remember lame codec having provisions for gapless but not sure if others do. May be the issue.
  14. 329161
    I agree. Some applications rip perfectly gapless (eg iTunes, foobar) some others don't. Then again some players do gapless perfectly and some don't regardless of the ripping software used. Some players don't offer gapless at all.
  15. 329161
    Thanks. I was planning to use it as an all round Bluetooth transmitter and compact transport for my Mojo. Shame about no AAC.
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