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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
    Thanks for report.

    Armband are just starting to ship to distributors

    Since chip used in M0 is all in one solution, it doesn't really have DAC and AMP part as other DAPs. It can't bypass the amp section.
     
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  2. tjl5709
    Thx
     
  3. technobear
    <delete - not awake yet!>

    Still loving the sound I get from M0 while out and about.
     
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2019
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  4. greatwhite58
    Oh dear what a typical statement from a hater. All phones crack when you drop them its a physical property of glass yes even a Samsung! This is a Shanling M0 forum not a I hate Apple forum so please respect that and keep your misguided hatred for an apple or Samsung or whatever forum please.
     
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  5. fish1050
    its only misguided if it isn't true!! I have dropped my 3 year old Samsung smartphone many times and nary a scratch. My niece and two nephews have Apple iphones and they all got a crack in the screen and one got a crack in the glass back after just one short drop each. Sorry Apple is the only manufacturer on my list!
     
  6. greatwhite58
    Thats because it isn't true, I have dropped my iPhones in the past and have yet to suffer a cracked screen so explain that away. I feel its you that have been brainwashed against Apple. And yes I can speak from experience because I have owned both android and apple phones. As I said before this is not the correct forum for this debate so I will say no more.
     
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  7. ColdsnapBry
    @Shanling Is there any way to be contacted when a new firmware for the M0 is released? Just so I don't have to monitor the thread all the time.
     
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  8. Dramlin
    @Shanling , just wanted to confirm that this issue is on someones radar to look into. Can you just let me know if you have relayed the issue to the developers? I'm sure there's no immediate fix, but I just want to make sure the issue is reviewed at some point since i now have two bad units with the same issue. I appreciate any help you can provide.
     
  9. fish1050
    So your calling me a liar?

    I can only go by my personal experience and I have seen the damaged iphones to prove it. I was actually with my niece when she dropped her iphone about 1.5 feet onto the kitchen floor. It now has about a 1.5" crack in the middle of the screen. That is all the proof I need and no one will ever convince me to way overpay for an iphone. Especially, since it doesn't support AptX or LDAC bluetooth. Whats the point in getting rid of the headphone jack if you won't support high quality bluetooth? Dumb ass move, Enough said!!

    Speak for yourself and not others, and if it isn't the correct forum then why did you respond to my post?

    Lets agree to disagree and move on!!
     
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2019
  10. fish1050
    The line out simply sets the volume to maximum. I think I read in a review that just turning the volume to 100 would be the same thing using HO
     
  11. salla45
    Ok now I'm royally confused. I was messing about with my various players and phones and my Mojo, just now, comparing tracks with different IEM's and sources and also with my T1 Beyerdynamics which are 600ohm full sized cans. Just for fun, I plugged my T1's into the M0 and to my great surprise they sounded authoritative and voluminous. Certainly not what I was expecting. Entirely listenable. Compared to the Mojo+T1's, yes that combo sounds a bit more resolving and less of a strain in the treble, and more control and weight in the bass, but it's really not a shabby listen with the M0+T1. Shockingly good actually.
     
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  12. originalsnuffy
    I like a good digression as much as the next person but this particular digression has gone way to far. Dropping your iphone has very little to do with the M0 and we definitely need to move on.
     
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  13. originalsnuffy
    The M0 is, in my view, one of those audiophile miracles. How a $109 machine can sound so darned good is a pleasant mystery. I have a Shanling USB cable for connection to a Mojo because I really thought that a Mojo was in my future. But then I started grooving on my two current Shanlings and my Cayin and the Mojo idea just sort of sailed away. And yes I have heard the Mojo and yes its magical but then again so are my current units and there is something to be said for integrated and small devices.
     
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  14. fingertrouble
    Me too. Only here for official updates really, and some of the anal pedantry gets my goat. Really, if it's not M0, take it outside (preferably via a door without stairs on the 34th floor)
     
  15. abitdeef
    My IPhone didn’t crack, but then again I never dropped it :wink: That’s the secret see, either don’t drop it or get a thick case.

    I did however drop my M0 and it remained unscathed. Yippie!!!!!!
     
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