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FiiO M7 Portable High Res Music Player

 

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M7 High-Res Lossless Audio Player uses Samsung's Exynos 7270 SoC which is designed to deliver greater power efficiency and better battery life.

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Features

Warranty length 1 Year
Brand FiiO

Tech Specs

- Touchscreen: 3.2" 480x800 HD
- CPU: 1.4GHz Exynos 7270
- RAM: 768MB
- ROM: 2GB (512GB via MicroSD)
- SoC: Samsung Exynos 7270
- DAC: ES9018Q2C
- Bluetooth: V4.2, AptX/AptX-HD
- LDAC: Yes
- Headphone out: Standard 3.5mm
- Line output: Standard 3.5mm
- Recommended headphone: 16~100 Ω
- Battery: 1880mAh
- Dimensions (HWD): 109 x 52 x 13mm
- Weight: 116g

Product Description

FiiO M7 High-Resolution Lossless Audio Player is FiiO's first player to use Samsung's Exynos 7270 SoC (system on chip), made on the 14nm FinFET process. Compared to being made on the older 28nm process, the Exynos 7270's two ARM Cortex A53 cores use 20% less power for greater power efficiency and better battery life.

Exynos 7270

The Exynos 7270 is also made with Samsung's ground-breaking SiP-ePoP packaging technology -this allows the storage, power management, and memory chips to be all crammed with the ARM cores into a single tiny package 40% smaller than if the chips were packaged separately such as in existing technologies. This extra space allows for better cooling, and most importantly, a bigger battery to greatly improve play time.

6-layer PCB technology

Exynos 7270's SiP-ePoP packaging technology, integrating it with the rest of the M7's printed circuit board (PCB) was a challenge but also allowed us to explore and implement new technologies. Thus, the M7 is the first digital audio player to contain a 6-layer multi-stage HDI (high density interconnect) PCB, the same kind that is used in the latest smartphones.

Being only 0.8mm thick, this allowed us to cram much more functionality into the body of the M7. Furthermore, we also employ blind and buried vias on the PCB, which allows the different components to work more closely in harmony as well as make the power supply section much more robust, guaranteeing superior first-rate sound quality.

High Fidelity Wireless

The M7 utilises a Samsung Bluetooth 4.2 chip that supports the aptX-HD audio codec, allowing you to enjoy your music in high fidelity without the hassle of wires. In addition, the M7 also supports HWA and LDAC wireless audio codecs, which compared to ordinary Bluetooth audio transmits 3x the data for an unparalleled, truly high -resolution audio experience.

ESS Sabre 9018

Within the core of the M7 lies the Sabre 9018Q2C chip by ESS, an SoC that neatly combines a high-performance DAC and headphone amplifier into one tiny package. What separates this ESS chip from other commonly used combo audio chips are: the 9018Q2C with two independent power supplies, one each for the digital and analogue sections, the internal headphone amplifier with its own independent dual power supply and adjustable LPF (low-pass filter), which provides developers with more flexibility to make the product sound exactly the way they want. Save space on the PCB, reduce power consumption compared to competing solutions, all while delivering up to 49mW of output power at a THD+N of -100dB.

40 Days of Standby

Lying within the M7 is an 1180mAh battery that, thanks to the Exynos 7270's advance 14nm fabrication process, allows the device to have a play time of 20 hours or more, or a standby time up to a whopping 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 tons of power.

Touch Screen Display

The M7 employs a 3.2-inch 480 x 800 display with image zooming support. When combined with dedicated play/pause and skip buttons as well as a real volume wheel, every action you want to do is just either a simple press or swipe away. The M7 also uses an innovative gesture system to get around different menus – simply swipe from different parts of the bottom of the screen to go back and to return home.

Hi-Res Audio Certification

The M7 has been certified by the well-respected Audio Association to be truly capable of "Hi-Res Audio", so you know you are getting great music on the go. You can quickly get an idea of how much juice the M7 still has left with its very conspicuous battery meter. You can also set the M7 to gently remind you when your battery has low charge left and even set it to automatically shut down below a certain threshold. And with a system clock function and future firmware upgrades through micro SD cards, it's easy to be totally in control.

Can't faze this FPGA

The M7 contains a specially-designed FPGA that adeptly handles the digital audio signals coming out of the Exynos 7270 SoC to the ESS 9018Q2C. Thanks to this FPGA, the M7 can support native DSD, up to DSD 128 in ISO, DFF or DSF. And finally, the FGPA is also linked to the two crystal oscillators, so that music of any sampling rate is faithfully and accurately played back.

Handling signals

The M7's standard 3.5mm headphone output supports CTIA standard in-line controls, which many headphones out on the market use – such as the Fiio F1, F3, F5, FH1, F9 and F9 Pro, which are all fully supported by the M7. And for even further convenience the M7 also has a line-out function, which allows you to hook your device up to external amplifiers whenever you need

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