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Shanling M2s Hi-Res DAP with AK4490 + MUSE8920, Bluetooth, & USB Out

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by nmatheis, Apr 7, 2017.
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  1. zr0dfx
    Hey Xvortex,

    Thanks for making this firmware :)

    I have a question, can I delete the res folder from my SD Card after I have updated the player and still use your custom theme? Or does the folder need to remain permanently?

    Cheers :dt880smile:
     
  2. XVortex
    Yes you can. It is just for a custom themes developing/testing.
     
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  3. zr0dfx
    Brilliant! Thanks for getting back to me. :dt880smile:
     
  4. zr0dfx
    @Shanling was the issue with Sennheiser Bluetooth headphones ever resolved on this model? I have some PXC 550’s which I would like to use with this.
     
  5. Shanling
    All problems with Sennheiser Bluetooth headphones pairing should have been fixed with firmware V3.4.
     
    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.
     
    https://www.facebook.com/Shanling-Audio-603230783166845/ https://twitter.com/ShanlingAudio https://www.instagram.com/shanlingaudio/ http://en.shanling.com/ frankie@shanling.com
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  6. zr0dfx
    Brilliant got one of these one the way too :)
     
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  7. zr0dfx
    Is there an option for this DAP to turn itself off if left unattended for say an hour? if I leave it on pause can it turn itself off to save battery?
     
  8. Shanling
    You can turn on Auto-standby in settings. That will put it into deep sleep mode.

    Auto-shutdown was removed in older firmware update and never put back in.
     
    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.
     
    https://www.facebook.com/Shanling-Audio-603230783166845/ https://twitter.com/ShanlingAudio https://www.instagram.com/shanlingaudio/ http://en.shanling.com/ frankie@shanling.com
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  9. Gokul
    The scroll wheel is broken on my M2s because of a small accident. It works just fine but I can't seem to select a song to play it. Is there any way I can re-program the left side buttons as up and down movement keys and middle button as selecting and middle button on long press = pause ?
    Can you please help me Shanling?
     
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2019
  10. Gokul
    Also, I want the left side up and down buttons to act as volume keys on long press. My player is 2 years old so I don't have any warranty.
     
    Last edited: Sep 2, 2019
  11. Shanling
    Not possible to reprogram buttons.

    You can purchase replacement wheel from our partners at Shenzhen Audio https://www.shenzhenaudio.com/shanl...bettery-for-m2s-hifi-portable-mp3-player.html
     
    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.
     
    https://www.facebook.com/Shanling-Audio-603230783166845/ https://twitter.com/ShanlingAudio https://www.instagram.com/shanlingaudio/ http://en.shanling.com/ frankie@shanling.com
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  12. Gokul
    Oh Thank You Shanling
     
  13. Gokul
    I'm trying to set up my M2s as an external USB DAC for my PC.
    Do I need to install any specific drivers in my PC?
    What are all the settings that I should change or affect the output in my M2s for it to work as a USB DAC?
     
  14. DBaldock9
    I believe you do have to install the "M2s_USB_DAC_Driver" - http://en.shanling.com/download/54
    To enable USB DAC operation, go to System Settings, and switch USB to DAC.
     
  15. Mr Trev
    Yup, that'll do it. But, depending what OS you're on, it could change. Linux or Mac can run driverless. If you're on Win 10, one of the updates from the past few years supposedly added usb2 support so theoretically you shouldn't need drivers either. Last I tried that route it was kind still of buggy and I'm not sure if MS has fix it yet. I would still recommend installing the drivers though, just to keep things as trouble free as possible.
    One problem I ran into using my M2s as a DAC was a constant ticking unless I upsampled my audio stream to DSD. Shanling was able to confirm the problem, but it was very system dependent (happened on some computers, not on others) and couldn't figure out a solution
     
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