Deciding to update the audiophile player M11 presented in March, FiiO added a console to the Pro model and prepared several pleasant surprises for buyers at once. The frameless player began to sound even better, work longer and accommodate a lot more tracks.
Instead of the pair of DAC AK4493 installed in the predecessor, the engineers have placed in the M11 Pro's new chips AK4497EQ. This not only increased the signal-to-noise ratio but also reduced the level of acoustic distortion by 3 dB. The player runs on Exynos 7872.
The novelty was the amplifier THX AAA, it is his company uses a modular amplifier AM3D hi-Res player Fiio X7-2. Like its predecessor, the M11 Pro can be used as a high-quality Bluetooth amplifier.
One of the key changes of the updated M11 Pro was the expansion of internal memory up to 64 GB with the ability to install microSD-cards up to 2 TB. RAM in the model is still 3 GB. The battery capacity was increased by 15%: from 3800 to 4370 mAh. According to the manufacturer, the autonomy of the new item exceeds 13 hours. The device supports quick charge 2.0 and MediaTek Pump Express.
- Processor: Samsung Exynos 7872
- DAC: 2 x AK4497EQ
- Bluetooth codec support: SBC, aptX, aptXHD, LHDC, LDAC
- Oversampling USB DAC: up to 384 KHz / 32 bit
- Autonomy: more than 13 hours
- Signal/noise level: <0.001%
- Battery: 4370 mAh
- RAM: 3 GB
- Built-in memory: 64GB + microSD up to 2TB
- Size: 130 x 70.5 x 15.5 mm
- Weight: 220 g
The cost of the M11 Pro ranges from $600 to $700. The original model without the prefix Pro will cost $449.