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The All-in-one Thread to Address Any Inquiries to FiiO Product Lineup ,Future Plans,Product Functions and Features

Discussion in 'FiiO' started by FiiO, Mar 29, 2019.
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  1. FiiO
    Dear friend,

    Were you playing the 48k or below files in the 3rd party app?

    The below chart shows the meaning of the M9's indicator in different situations. (You can also turn off the indicator by going to Settings -> LED -> Brightness and setting it to off)

    (Note: when playing the same song, it is normal that the LED indicator color may be different between using FiiO Music app and other 3rd-party apps.)


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  2. Daiyama
    Hi, thank you for your answer.
    I am playing a high res (e.g. 24/192) song in the amazon music app (version 16.5.2 from apkpure site). The song is streamed from the internet and not stored locally on the M9.
    The amazon app tells me that the song is in 24/192, the device is able to play 24/192 and that the song is played at 24/192.
    The LED of the M9 is blue and is always blue when playing a song stremed from the internet with the amazon music app regardless the actual format (16/44, 16/48, 24/48, 24/96 or 24/192).
    Therefore my question.
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2019
  3. FiiO
    Dear friend,

    Did you check other 3rd party apps as well?

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  4. Daiyama
    Sorry no, I only have the amazon app which can stream highres content.
     
  5. digititus
    What does Amazon App tell you? Resolution you can find by looking at the track details.
     
  6. Daiyama
    "The amazon app tells me that the song is in 24/192, the device is able to play 24/192 and that the song is played at 24/192."
     
  7. digititus
    The music from amazon is encrypted in transit and decrypted by the amazon app on the M9. How would the M9 know what is inside the music stream until it is unpacked? Therefore, only Amazon App can tell you about the music stream.
     
  8. Daiyama
    Thanks for the explanation how the amazon app works.
    I thought the LED represents what the DAC is doing, who should know what type of data stream he is converting, which is obviously not the case.
     
  9. RameshK
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    Last edited: Nov 28, 2019
  10. FiiO
    Dear friend,

    The Amazon Music APP uses its own libOpenSLES library to play the music, and its samping rate information is not sent to the Framework layer. And the color of our control lamp is processed in the Framework layer. Since we have not received the samping rate information of the Amazon Music app, the default blue light is displayed.
    From the log files, the 192k file is outputing in 192k actually.

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  11. Daiyama
    Thank you for the answer.
    It seems the whole process from digital data to analog output is way more complicated as I thought. :L3000:
     
  12. cat6man
    in addition to traveling with iem, i love to use the x7mkii as the line out source for my car stereo system as it sounds much better than using either the car's built in DAC or even the DAC in my car's upgraded mosconi electronics.

    i can use the car's touchscreen if i set up in bluetooth, but then lose the benefit of your great sounding DAC.

    is it possible, or could you please create a setting, so that the line out would stay active while connected via bluetooth to the car? then i could safely navigate on the large touchscreen and hear the beautiful sound of the DAC.

    i think a lot of people would benefit from this functionality for the x7mklii and other DAPs.
     
  13. WianFiiO
    Hi, you can connect the bluetooth with your car first, then you insert the LO, this time LO can normal output, and you can also control it by the car.
     
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  14. cat6man
    thank you.
    i'll try that out
     
  15. Lelouch0000
    Any news about possible Apple Music app on M6? Or maybe it's no longer possible (last time I think it's due to issue with Samsung Chip or Apple)?
     
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