Ipod Classic – Fiio X1 High Resolution Lossless Music Player Black

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Fiio X1 High Resolution Lossless Music Player (Black)

Fiio X1 High Resolution Lossless Music Player (Black)

  • The FiiO X1The X1 supports lossless audio formats APE, FLAC, WAV, WMA, ALAC at up to 192kHz/24-bit of officer enter calibre partitioning – as substantially as MP3, AAC, OGG VORBIS High Resolution Lossless Music Player supports APE, FLAC, WAV, WMA, ALAC at up to 192kHz/24bits. Also supports MP3
  • Dedicated professed high-quality amplifier
  • MicroSD Card Slot supports game up to 128GB
  • The built-in 1700mAh 3.7V Lithium-polymer shelling lasts for up to 11 hours on a device low edition 1.0 firmware.
  • The X1 supports dynamical headphones direct and a distinction output, change between the digit via a schedule selection

The contestant supports fivesome lossless audio formats including APE, FLAC, ALAC, WMA and WAV at up to 192kHz/24-bit as substantially as MP3, AAC, OGG VORBIS The X1 is prefabricated from lightweight still imperishable metal alloys. It’s small than a forbid of clean and weighs meet 3.7oz so it’s easily takeout – plus, a black polymer housing is included for hardware or instrumentation of the contestant The X1 has a artist holograph rotate and X keygroup layout, with an operative grouping bespoken around the holograph wheel. The built-in 1700mAh 3.7V Lithium-polymer shelling lasts for up to 11 hours on a device low edition 1.0 firmware. It charges in most 3-6 hours

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  1. 55 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best DAP for under $100!!!, November 19, 2014
    By 
    Twister
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    Until my first experience with X5, a little over half a year ago, I used to refer to all dedicated audio players as “mp3” players. It wasn’t my ignorance but rather a misunderstanding where I thought that I should focus more on higher bit rate songs and better headphones, and any “mp3” player or smartphone will play audio files just fine. Introduction to X5 changed all that and opened up my eyes to a world of music without being interrupted by emails, txt, or app updates, a world where audio player is not a cheap clip on gadget on my armband, a world where I ended up “rediscovering my headphones, all over again”. X5 is great as a portable DAP, but in some cases I found it to be a little too bulky/heavy. In search for other quality audio players, I acquired some other DAPs, but nothing was able to replace the ease of navigation with a scrolling wheel. Now with introduction of X1, I can rejoice with a new pocket friendly super portable DAP that sounds as good as it looks, retains its scrolling wheel design, and cost a fraction of its big brother’s price tag. But don’t make a mistake thinking X1 is a cheaper replacement of X5. They can both coexist in a perfect harmony with their trade-offs in size versus sound quality. Others can think of X1 as a stepping stone for when you are ready to graduate from a basic mp3 player and want to get a taste of audiophile world – a taste that will whet your appetite for the next future upgrade when you are ready. Whatever your journey is, I think a lot of the people going to enjoy this little new gem from FiiO. Without further due, here is what I found while testing this fine little DAP.

    My review unit arrived in a package similar to the latest E10k/E11k boxes resembling a size of double CD case. Inside, X1 was dressed in all black silicon skin with one screen protector already applied and two additional ones available for backup. USB to micro-usb cable also was included as part of accessory package. Since this is a review unit, I’m sure the final production package will probably going to have more accessories included. Silicon skin is definitely great for a basic scratch and minimal drop protection, but I wish it would have been gray like the one that comes with X5 since you can’t see X1 charging light underneath of solid black. I’m sure with soon to be available bonus accessories, you will be able to get another skin color. But in a meantime, I took it out of the skin to enjoy a beauty of its brushed aluminum finish which I’m sure a lot of you will do to show off it’s sexy curves!

    Weighting only 108g with a measured dimensions of about 96mm x 56mm x 13mm, it gives a new definition to ultra-portable considering a very solid build and all metal front/sides with a silver finish hard plastic back. Having a size comparable to a deck of cards, the fitment in my hand was very comfortable with a great ergonomics of being able to reach every button/wheel control with a thumb. The aluminum finish and round buttons, especially power and volume on the side, makes it resemble a bit of an iPhone look. Buttons have a very nice tactile click response. At the top you have a single 3.5mm port, used as either HO or LO, selectable in Setting menu. On a right side at the bottom there is a slot for a single microSD card, keeping in mind that X1 by itself doesn’t have any internal memory. MicroSD card is easy to access which is an improvement over X5 where it was a bit recessed. On a left side at the top you have a volume up/down buttons with an etched “+” and “-“, a reset pinhole, and a power button. The volume buttons are slightly raised which makes it easy to distinguish them from power button by sliding your finger, and when you have silicone skin on – volume up has a raised dot bump on its cover. At the bottom you have a micro-usb port positioned in the center with two tiny hex screws symmetrically closer to the edges. This port is used for data transfer (no USB DAC support like X5) as well as charging up it’s massive 1700 mAh battery which provides over 12hrs of playback time.

    Top of the front panel is occupied by a display (2″, 320×240 TFT), similar but not as bright as X5, which is a first indicator where they had to cut some corners stepping down from 2.4″ IPS display in X5. Single microSD on X1 versus double in X5 is another change, though 128GB capacity still supported. For those familiar with X5, you will feel right at home with its scrolling wheel control and 5 control buttons with main Play/Pause/Select in the middle of the wheel, Return/Back in the upper right corner, Menu in the upper left corner, and Skip/Select next/prev buttons at the bottom. Otherwise, the wheel control is very intuitive and easy to get used to. Though the wheel looks and functions the same, it’s updated from X5. When you turn it with a thumb – you can feel/hear micro-click action, and overall scrolling feels more solid and…

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  2. 125 of 136 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best portable music player I have owned, November 13, 2014
    By 
    John (San francisco, CA) –

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    This is the best portable music player I have owned. Why? I will list all the points which were very valuable to me:
    1- You cannot beat the price. My other 2 portable players are Sony 16 GB Mp3 players. I use one exclusively at the gym. The other is is connected with a line level cable [FiiO L5 Line Out Dock Cable] to a Fiio Andes Dac/Amp. I use this mainly with my Audio-Technica ATH-M50. The Sonys are great except limited to 16 GB and no lossless flac option

    2- Love that the output can be switched between headphone or line level out. I use the line out option connected to a Fiio E12 with FiiO L16 cable. My Senn HD 650 have never sounded so good. My future set up will be using a Schiit Tube amp using this player as source.

    3- I am mainly a “Listen to album” kind of guy, so not being able to make playlist was not a issue, but Fiio has fixed that with the latest firmware update. It supports M3U playlists. I was not able to sync flac music using Windows media player. I use foobar2000 to create and sync playlists. You have to search the web as to how, not hard, just how you lay the path. Very doable

    4- Currently have a 64gb card in it, most of the music is lossless Flac with some 320 kbps mp3. Will upgrade to 128 GB SD soon.

    At my current set up $100 for the player + $16 for the F16 cable and $34 for the 64 gb card. = $150 unbeatable, from my view point

    I bought another one for the wife, she will be using without the E12 and with Senn HD 555. It sounds great without the Amp. For HD 650 yes a AMP is a must

    Other helpful hints: Change the back ground to Orange. Much easy to see. I set the screen timeout to 2 min and the next and back song button active when screen times out.

    Useful apps:
    mp3tag: to tag the music if not already done at the time of ripping or to add album cover as some of the free flac rippers do not add album covers

    I forgot this music player had me buy about $250 worth of CDs. Some of my music was 160 kbps rips and I had lost those CDs over the years. I was able to get most of the ones and a lot more, either used on Amazon or ebay. I am hearing them as I have never heard before.

    I hope this helps.

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  3. 129 of 135 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost Perfect. 4.5 stars, October 7, 2014
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    J. Orr (toms river, nj) –
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    Finally decided to upgrade my sony walkman because I ran out of space. Love the sound of the Fiio, the huge storage capacity and the fact that is supports so many formats. Functionality is smooth and easy to get the hang of. Love all the added extras like the 2 screen protectors, case and some skins. Now I know this just came out and I am sure there will be some firmware updates but it would be cool to have a year folder in the category section and even more important for the all songs folder to list songs in alphabetical order by just the song name instead of the complete file name. Also when you are listening to a song the year would be nicer to have instead of the file format and bit rate listed. But other than those few minor issues the $100 entrance fee is well worth it.

    Update: Fiio now has a firmware update (1.1) that supports playlists, low sample rate (below 32 khz) (audiobooks), and the option to now choose between showing filename or title from ID3 tag in the Now Playing screen. Only thing left for me to make this perfect is a year folder and having the option to search for songs in alphabetical order instead of by filename in the category section.

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