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FiiO M7 Music Player Bluetooth Black
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About this item
- ES9018Q2C DAC combines a high-performance DAC and headphone amp into one tiny package.
- Si4705 chip dedicated to FM radio performance (FM Range: 76MHz - 108 MHz)
- 20 hours play time 40 days standby time
- 2GB built in storage expandable by 512GB
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- Batteries : 1 LR44 batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 1.3 x 10.9 cm; 116 Grams
- Date First Available : 23 May 2018
- Manufacturer : FiiO
- ASIN : B07D7Z67F5
- Item Model Number : M7
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- 332 in MP3 & Digital Audio Players
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FiiO M7 Hi-Res Lossless Audio Player with Bluetooth and FM Radio The FiiO M7 is the latest addition to the celebrated range of FiiO players featuring Hi-Res audio support Bluetooth with LDAC support USB audio and even an FM Radio. The M7 is FiiO's first player to use Samsung's Exynos 7270 Soc This core uses 20% less power for greater efficiency and battery life. High fidelity wireless The M7 features Bluetooth 4.2 and supports the apt-X-HD audio codec allowing you to enjoy your music in high fidelity without the hassle of wires. In addition the M7 also supports Sony's LDAC wireless audio codec. USB Audio The M7 features digital audio output via USB with support for various sampling rates and DSD output. With this you can have the M7 act as a digital transport connected to an external device for digital-to-analogue decoding. ESS Sabre 9018 chip for unsurpassed sound quality The 9018Q2C chip saves space within the player reduces power consumption compared to competing solutions and delivers up to 49mW of output power at a total harmonic distortion level of -100dB a signal-to-noise ratio of -121dB and support for up to 384kHz/32bit PCM and 11 2 MHz DSD audio. Excellent battery life The 1180mAh battery allows the M7 to have a play time of 20 hours or more or a standby time up to 40 days. In standby mode you can instantly wake up the device so you can enjoy your music immediately whenever you want while still saving power. FM Radio The M7 contains a dedicated FM chip the Si4705. This is a specialised DSP with excellent FM reception that outputs a digital signal directly to the DAC. The FM chip uses your headphones as an antenna. FM frequencies between 76MHz - 108MHz are received by the M7. Features ES9018Q2C DAC combines a high-performance DAC and headphone amp into one tiny package. Si4705 chip dedicated to FM radio performance (FM Range: 76MHz - 108 MHz) 20 hours play time 40 days standby time 2GB built in storage expandable by 512GB Supports APE/WAV/FLAC/WMA/OGG/AAC/.
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The player is beautifully made from aluminium and the screen is clear and quite responsive to touch. The OS is Android but a massively customised version and you can’t install other apps or sideload them. This doesn’t bother me as that’s not what I bought the Fiio for. Overall I am extremely pleased with this player and it has caused me to spend more time listening to my music than I have in a long time.
I have so far played just about every genre of music on this baby and I really am hearing parts of the music I have just not heard on cheaper players, they play with the same sound quality I expect from my Bose systems. I updated the player to the 1.3 firmware and have not come across any issues at all. I would highly recommend this player to any real lover of music who spends quality time gathering the best from their tunes.
File loading is a sinch, put the sd card into your pc, open it up then just drop in your music files to the sd card,, if you use ITunes, then just find your main iTunes music folder, grab the files you want, drop them onto the sd card, put the sd card into the M7 and there you go. When you first start the M7 it will find your music and create the library. Volume is superb, quiet as you like, or blow your ears away as loud as you like. Its ease of use is wonderful.. Faultless perfection indeed.
Now for the niggles, the buttons on the side are too sensitive to put it in your pocket and it not randomly skip/pause tracks, which is a shame, but at least you can disable them when the screens off, although this ment I had to take the device out of my pocket to change tracks, so I ended up buying a small Bluetooth remote (satechi media remote, as fiio's own one looked cheap), which works great in the house, and on the train.
Some software annoyances, like Fiio Music, the provided app, can't display album artists, only artists, so albums with lots of collaborations fill your artist list with duplicate entries, I'm looking at you Kanye West. (I'm currently retagging 12,000 tracks to get round this).
Luckily since buying the M7, theres been a few firmware upgrades, the last of which improved Fiio Music and allows sideloading apps, so you can get round it, but I find myself always going back to the original Fiio app as it seems to work on the screen size/shape best, out of the alternative apps I've tried (vinyl, shuttle, Poweramp?).
Please bare in mind, I am a software developer, so these software issues may not annoy others as much as they do me.
Coming from rockbox, the open source music player firmware, I do miss some features I would consider basic, like being to add tracks to the current playlist on the fly, but hopefully this feature will be added in the future.
Overall I'm still really happy with the device, I have a 512gb sd card in there full of Flacs, I use it easily 8hrs a day, and the Bluetooth is a added bonus for in the car.
Also I can confirm that it even works as a USB DAC under Linux (xubuntu), no drivers needed, wonderful.
This is a great entry level device for anyone looking to get into Hi-Res portable audio, and Fiio does seem to care about feedback from customers, unlike some Chinese manufacturers.