The M2s is the TARDIS of digital audio players… it’s much bigger on the inside.
Later into its life, and with numerous vital firmware updates, the AP60 has finally realised its potential as a stable, zippy and balanced sounding hyper-portable budget player.
Let us delve deep and discover what the new mid-range looks and sounds like.
How does the newest thing from FiiO stack up against the competition?
The new 3rd Generation X5 boasts almost class leading build and SQ. However, this time, Fiio’s device is not held back by a mediocre software experience.
A flagship digital audio player from Korea. Is it worth its price? Just check the review to find the answer.
Lotoo hit the scene about to years ago with with their high end portable player, the Paw Gold. It remains hard to beat in the TOTL segment, with an energetic and highly resolving sound.
The Fiio X3 portable audio player is a 24 bit, 192 KHz sample rate standalone media play with asynchronous DAC functionality with one of the best interfaces for an upscale media player. While the recent focus has been on Pono, the X3 can playback high-rez files now and is worth a look.
This top-tier (prior to the AK240) source from Astell & Kern combines great features offer versatility and the well thought out user interface for a pleasurable experience. Add the small size and good sound quality and the AK120 will please those looking for a polished, feature rich product that is perfect for travel or use anywhere.