Streaming Music Receiver SR11 Is Officially Released
Jun 6, 2024 at 5:04 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 22

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After a year of repeated debugging and user beta testing, the SR11 streaming music receiver is finally available for public sale! The SR11 is a high-performance lossless streaming music receiver, also known as a streaming bridge. It supports multiple network streaming protocols. When paired with decoding devices, it allows you to easily set up a HiFi streaming system and enjoy high-bitrate lossless streaming audio.

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Enjoy the fun of streaming

The SR11 supports AirPlay and Roon Ready, while the MIX mode supports both AirPlay and Roon Ready. Pair with an iPhone, iPad, MacBook, iMac, or Mac mini and stream to the SR11 via AirPlay for a smooth and convenient listening experience.

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With Roon, you can conveniently make a quick playback of local music from a NAS or other devices and easy access to the streaming music catalog. If you have multiple audio systems set up, Roon enables you to control different devices to play different or the same music for a fully integrated and convenient streaming experience.

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Comprehensive digital outputs

The optical, coaxial, USB Type-A and USB Type-C digital outputs ensure that you can easily connect to the device of your choice for real-time music streaming.

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Stably connected, wired and wirelessly

The SR11’s Ethernet port supports speeds up to 1000Mbps over wired networks for fast and stable transmission of data. The AP6256 Wi-Fi module supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual-band wireless networks which help to ensure stable wireless transmission of lossless audio.

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Intuitive layout and easy to use

The SR11 comes with a custom LCD display screen, which lets you quickly know the device’s operating mode, network status, and current volume. The knob allows you to easily perform various operations with ease, ensuring you have total control. Moreover, the included custom infrared remote control allows you to take control over a long distance – making it extremely easy to select input, output, set volume, and other functions with just one click. No pairing is required.

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With an aluminum alloy body, the SR11 is compact and slim, and it will be updated with more functions. For more details, please refer to the product page.



* The SR11 is available on our AliExpress Official Store. Click the link below to take it home right away: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3256806950832117.html



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Jun 6, 2024 at 7:03 AM Post #2 of 22
I was about to order, since I’m looking for a DSD-capable alternative to Wiim and the price is very attractive, until I noticed the (easy to miss) asterisk about Roon Ready certification. I know it’s impossible to say with any certainty, but do you have any sense of a timeline for certification or how far along into the process you are?
 
Jun 6, 2024 at 11:23 AM Post #3 of 22
Jun 6, 2024 at 5:00 PM Post #4 of 22
Would I be able to stream Tidal from an Android?
 
Jun 7, 2024 at 1:33 AM Post #6 of 22
Ahh….I was eagerly awaiting for it to support Chromecast Audio just like WiiM but it missed the train.

Chromecast Audio + Air Play 2 + DLNA = Wireless Streamer Basic for Non Roonian Population.

I understand Fiio may never able to develop WiiM like companion App, but it is ok if they cover the basic.
 
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Jun 8, 2024 at 4:32 AM Post #9 of 22
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Jun 8, 2024 at 4:34 AM Post #10 of 22
Would I be able to stream Tidal from an Android?

Would I be able to stream Tidal from an Android phone through Tidal Connect and from a windows PC through the Tidal desktop app???
Dear friends,

Hi, Tidal connect is not supported by SR11.

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Jun 8, 2024 at 1:30 PM Post #11 of 22
Hi, is there any plan to release a black version? I have a black K11 and I would love to do a mini stack with matching device colour.
I was wondering about the same thing for the upcoming DP13 since it looks like it will use the same design language.

Thank you in advance for your reply!
 
Jun 8, 2024 at 6:49 PM Post #13 of 22
After a year of repeated debugging and user beta testing, the SR11 streaming music receiver is finally available for public sale! The SR11 is a high-performance lossless streaming music receiver, also known as a streaming bridge. It supports multiple network streaming protocols. When paired with decoding devices, it allows you to easily set up a HiFi streaming system and enjoy high-bitrate lossless streaming audio.

9299795.jpg




Enjoy the fun of streaming

The SR11 supports AirPlay and Roon Ready, while the MIX mode supports both AirPlay and Roon Ready. Pair with an iPhone, iPad, MacBook, iMac, or Mac mini and stream to the SR11 via AirPlay for a smooth and convenient listening experience.

9299789.jpg




With Roon, you can conveniently make a quick playback of local music from a NAS or other devices and easy access to the streaming music catalog. If you have multiple audio systems set up, Roon enables you to control different devices to play different or the same music for a fully integrated and convenient streaming experience.

9299791.jpg




Comprehensive digital outputs

The optical, coaxial, USB Type-A and USB Type-C digital outputs ensure that you can easily connect to the device of your choice for real-time music streaming.

9299792.jpg




Stably connected, wired and wirelessly

The SR11’s Ethernet port supports speeds up to 1000Mbps over wired networks for fast and stable transmission of data. The AP6256 Wi-Fi module supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual-band wireless networks which help to ensure stable wireless transmission of lossless audio.

9299793.jpg




Intuitive layout and easy to use

The SR11 comes with a custom LCD display screen, which lets you quickly know the device’s operating mode, network status, and current volume. The knob allows you to easily perform various operations with ease, ensuring you have total control. Moreover, the included custom infrared remote control allows you to take control over a long distance – making it extremely easy to select input, output, set volume, and other functions with just one click. No pairing is required.

9299790.jpg




9299794.jpg




With an aluminum alloy body, the SR11 is compact and slim, and it will be updated with more functions. For more details, please refer to the product page.



* The SR11 is available on our AliExpress Official Store. Click the link below to take it home right away: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3256806950832117.html



Best regards,

Guangzhou FIIO Electronics Technology Co., Ltd.
Hello, I hope you're enjoying the weekend and doing great. I've been using the K9 AKM, and I like it and the Bluetooth is very convenient, but it lacks SQ compared to wired. So, I'm looking into adding the SR11 and wanted to know if there are other options and if it supports Qobuz, and if there is a black color version?

Also, I anxiously waiting for the BTR7 replacement.
 
Jun 8, 2024 at 10:19 PM Post #14 of 22
Hi, is there any plan to release a black version? I have a black K11 and I would love to do a mini stack with matching device colour.
I was wondering about the same thing for the upcoming DP13 since it looks like it will use the same design language.

Thank you in advance for your reply!

Yes, we will produce both silver and black versions in the next batch of mass production. And under normal circumstances, our products will include a black version.
 
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Jun 8, 2024 at 10:33 PM Post #15 of 22
Hello, I hope you're enjoying the weekend and doing great. I've been using the K9 AKM, and I like it and the Bluetooth is very convenient, but it lacks SQ compared to wired. So, I'm looking into adding the SR11 and wanted to know if there are other options and if it supports Qobuz, and if there is a black color version?

Also, I anxiously waiting for the BTR7 replacement.



We have contacted streaming media suppliers such as TIDAL, SPOTIFY, QOBUZ, and they have stopped opening API interfaces to third parties. So we cannot directly integrate them into SR11, but users can still use these music apps on their phones through AIRPLAY or DLNA and deliver audio to SR11.

It should be noted that due to the current confusion of the DLNA protocol, after a long period of testing and improvement, we still cannot meet our standards. And we have also tested products from other brands, and the situation is the same.

So, in order to avoid disputes and complaints, we cannot open DLNA at the factory to avoid complaints due to the instability of DLNA. However, in my personal experience, the main issue with DLNA on SR11 currently is the small issue of unsynchronized song selection after prolonged playback.

Therefore, if users are not particularly concerned or do not frequently use DLNA for continuous playback for a long time, they can request firmware that supports DLNA to update themselves through customer service. We hope this is an additional non promised feature provided beyond the selling price.

In this way, we will not mislead users because we hope that the main features supported by our sales page are stable and usable, or at least we have confidence that we can solve them technically in the future.

In addition, DLNA is a very complex protocol, not only for audio, but also for video projection functions collected by Android. However, based on my personal experience, brands like Huawei, Samsung, and Xiaomi with tens of thousands of engineers cannot guarantee stable work. So we don't have much confidence in solving this problem.

Moreover, screen mirroring on mobile phones is not a core and important feature, but for streaming music receivers like SR11, this is the core feature, so we must consider being more cautious.
 
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