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Before reading the reviews, you may want to check the common questions from Audiophile, and if you don’t want to read this parts, just choose the review from the above table of content.
Question: Is Fiio M11 support only aptx or also aptx-hd?
It supports aptx-hd.
Question: Can it drive hd600 at full potential?
Unless you want to drive them to hearing-destroying levels, yes.
Question: Does Andromeda has any hiss with M11?
It’s in there. Only a very tiny amount which is inaudible when music is playing.
Question: Can you install the youtube app on the M11?
Yes, you can.
Question: I’m looking at buying either the M11 or the Hiby R6. Are you able to give a preference?
I vastly prefer the m11 from the UI to the SQ
Question: Which sounds better Fiio M11 or Hiby R6 Pro? And R6 Pro has Google Play Store make’s a difference?
I think the fiio sounds better and more analytical. The Hiby sounded too warm and colored to me.
Question: Can I juse Tidal in Japan ?
Japan don’t have Tidal yet, To use Tidal,
You need to register and use a proxy/VPN. After that, you don’t need anything.
Question: Is it required to have the 4.4mm terminal cable in order to get DSD format audio?
Weird question, but no. The 4.4mm output has nothing to do with DSD at all.
Question: Fiio M11 or Fiio x7 II?
When it comes to usability M11 is just better, it handles harder loads much faster (Faster SoC, bigger RAM), Overall it is a hassle free experience.
X7 Mk2 in the stock form will not sound better than M11, stock amp module of X7 Mk2 is weak and has just a bit of hiss with IEMs.
M11 internal amp is noise-less, even with very sensitive IEMs.
However, you can make X7 MK2 sound better than M11, that is true, only by using a better amp module like AM3B or AM3D, but it adds to the cost.
M11 is a 450 USD device, X7 Mk2 is 650 USD + add another 150 USD for AM3D and you have almost doubled the price.
If you have the cash and if you care only about SQ, X7 Mk2 might be for you. But, I would advice against X7 Mk2 at this point as its successor is around the corner – a little birdie told me it should be released later this year.
Question: Do you have any experience M11 paired with CA Andro? What signature will they do?
The M11 has a sufficiently low output impedance that the Andromedas will sound as they usually do out of most DAPs. It is only models like the original Hiby R6 that had a high enough output impedance that would cause changes to the sound.
Question: Do you mean Hiby R6 gives a better synergy with Andro?
I meant that most DAPs have a very low output impedance. Some DAPs, like the Hiby R6, have a high output impedance which can cause unintended changes to the sound as the Andromedas don’t have a flat impedance.
How is the Tunein radio app on this? Will it allow downloads of podcasts? Is there a simple way to add apps?
I tried TuneIn, just for you, and it works with regular streaming radio. I can’t tell you if it will work with podcast downloads. You can add apps with APK Pure, which there is an option within the M11 to easily install. I could get TIDAL to save offline on a micro SD card though, so it might work.
Question: Now I use Andromeda and finding DAP, do you recommend M11?
Question: How does this compare to pioneer xdp 300r or onkyo dp x1?
I have the DP-X1a and just got the M11.
UI on both is responsive (neither is laggy, even with large music collections) and both have lots of functionality and big, vibrant screens.
Sound quality for both is high; I honestly think that you will see a much bigger difference between what headphones you are using than between these two DAPs.
Both were super easy to set up out of the box, but the M11 has a few advantages.
It very quickly scans all contents from both SD cards into one cohesive sound library (DP-X1a doesn’t). I’m using 2 x Samsung EVO 256gb micro SDs and it scanned 10,000+ flac files in a minute or two.
You can really feel the extra speed of the 3GB RAM vs 2GB of the Onkyo. Probably because of this, the M11 boot up time is MUCH quicker. It also seems to have a better battery life so far. It does all of this while having appreciably more power for lower sensitivity/higher impedance headphones than the DP-X1a.
On the high output setting/balanced 2.5mm input, the M11 will more adequately power the HiFiman HE-4xx, which is a low sensitivity planar magnetic headphone. The M11 also seems to drive the Philips X2 and B&W P7 with more authority and weight.
About to try the Sennheiser HD58x (150 ohm) with the M11, and I expect that it will have no problem with them. The DP-X1a is a good player too, but the M11 seems more technologically advanced to me, even if I don’t use it for streaming or online music services.
It’s strictly a DAP for my own music collection. So far I am very happy with the M11. It may be a small thing to some people, but an important thing to me that I really appreciate about it is the relatively quick boot-up time and non-laggy UI.
Question: Is there a big difference between using the 4.4/2.5 connections and the 3.5?
Only with full-sized headphones, where the maximum power output is lower from the 3.5mm. With most IEMs nothing significant.
The 4.4/2.5 uses different op amps to drive the headphones than the 3.5mm port so I would have to assume there will be some sound changes. I haven’t listened to them enough yet and only put my full sized headphones in the 4.4mm port and my IEMs in the 3.5mm port. Check on the Fiio website for the M11 and there is a block diagram explaining the internal layout. It’s a nice level of detail to explain what you can expect.
Question: Are Fiio M11 a phone? ( This question is for those who don’t know what Fiio M11 is)
Not a phone, but more like an iPod. They use the same OS (Android) as most phones, but instead have a much bigger battery and much better electronics for audio. With a good pair of (wired) in-ear monitors or headphones, they sound much better than using a phone. If you want to store a LOT of music too, this one has two micro SD card slots.
Question: 2 x AK4493EQ 32-Bit DAC does this have a good reputation?
Yes. The particular DAC chip isn’t important though, it’s how they design around it.
UI & Usage
Where the other FiiO M players use a tailored version of Android, the FiiO M11 enjoys an almost complete version of Android 7.0. I say “almost” because FiiO didn’t get the Google Play Store approval, instead, they are offering their own FiiO Market.
There are a lot of compatible, and available, applications that could be downloaded directly from the FiiO market. The best of them is, of course, APK Pure which replaces the Google Play store and gives you almost unlimited access to all the possible APKs available.
I downloaded my usual set of apps : Qobuz, Tidal, Deezer and of course Spotify. All of that took less than 10 minutes, thanks to the 5Ghz wifi connection and a solid signal. A big upgrade from the X5 and X7 !
(Note: Picture credit Headfonia )
That will be quick, like the FiiO M11. This player is, by far, the snappiest Android-based DAP I’ve ever tried. Powering the M11 takes less than 20 seconds, and shut down only 10 seconds. Every app you launch almost instantly pops up on the screen and the library scan is three-time faster than the M9.
So yeah, just for that, you really should try the M11.
BUILD QUALITY AND DESIGN
Most likely but they may not be giving justice to how beautiful this device really looks in person.
It is solid and hefty. There are no curves to it, just straight lines, which I love. It has an authoritative, powerful look, only tamed by the beautiful golden volume wheel.
Buttons are tightly tactile and very responsive, no loose feeling at all. Headphone ports are gold lined and reinforced. Headphone jacks plug in real tight and secure.
Notice the thread here?
There are no “loose ends” to the build. It is as solid and tight as they come.
Burn-in: It is a DAP, not a headphone where the driver needs to loosen up so I do not expect a lot of changes after burn-in.
Approximately 10 hours in and the sound remained consistent, if a little richer out of the box. No other changes noted thereafter.
Fiio Music App EQ is off.
3.5mm headphone out (I have no balanced headphones to test)
Gain is set to HIGH
Filter is set at Short delay Sharp Roll-Off (default)
I would like to preface this section by saying that headphones produce what you hear.
The quality of bass, mids, highs, soundstage, and imaging are mostly dependent on the headphones.
What a DAP could lend is its inherent leanness or warmth (dependent on the DAC), lower noise, and clean, abundant power, among other features. The role of a DAP is to output as linear a sound as possible to the headphones and let the headphones do the trick.
Improvements to the headphone’s inherent qualities may be noticeable due to a better DAC and the added power (vs a phone or other DAPs).
The M11 sound is neither too lean (others may refer to this as thin or neutral) nor too warm (thick or dark). It hits the sweet spot at being lean and detailed with just the right warmth and richness so bass notes come off clean and clear.
I don’t find the need to EQ the default sound of the DAP. It is just right.
And if you ever want to EQ it, the equalizer in the Fiio Music App isn’t too invasive, but some may find it as ineffective since some EQs apply an immediate change to sound with a few DBs of adjustment. I think this is intentional to avoid distortion but Fiio could make it a touch more effective.
What it lends to the headphone is better detail in bass notes, mid-range, and treble. Differentiating notes in a bass guitar for example is easier, as well as differentiating vocal types from singers.
It’s easier to recognize that a particular singer sings in a particular range or pitch, etc. Vocal uniqueness among singers come in more distinctively.
The decay in cymbals and other high frequency instruments are much improved and you wouldn’t normally associate notes with cymbals but a simple mild crash can be very detailed and tingling.
As I prefaced, a better DAC (two DACs in this case), and the added clean power brings about these significant improvements to sound.
Tips: Someone was saying that if you use the Extreme cards, that album art loads faster. Also, loading up the cards would be faster too as they tend to have fast write speeds.
The below subjective impressions are made with IEMs including FiiO FA7/ FA1, Final E4000/5000, Er4b and more, 2 days of burnt in are done with earphones attached to the 4.4mm connector.
I am mainly testing under balanced connection for optimized performance and using the default Short delay Sharp Roll-Off digital filter on high gain. Higher resolution /well-mastered tracks with All to DSD mode sounds the best for me on the M11 but it may consume a lot more power than without the function turned on.
The tuning approach on the M11 focuses on the mid-range. The bass is meaty and soft, the vocal is swift/not grainy and the treble is fairly extended. I would call it a safe tuning and I prefer pairing with multi-driver IEMs that has stronger bass textures and lighter impacts.
The bass bleeds into the sub-bass and I am eq-ing down some frequencies in the lows to reveal the sub-bass. The in-app EQ on FiiO’s music app could be handy but with strong hardware, you can enjoy advanced EQ tweaks that require more system power say Viper, to give the low end more power and the dynamics more texture that will boost the overall resolution.
Balanced and Unbalanced
All outputs have no noticeable background noise tested with a silent track. Switching from 3.5 (with 2.5 to 3.5 convertor used) to the balanced connection you will notice the treble being tamed, there is better headroom and resolution as well.
Obviously there is more power and quality with the balanced connection and comparatively, the 3.5mm port sounds more aggressive in the bass region and comes with brighter mid-treble frequencies.
I recommend using the balanced connection for the best quality and the 3.5 will still be useful as a backup. You could also link up to other speakers/ DACs with SPDIF out from the 3.5 socket.
M11 vs X5 MKIII
M11 is the spiritual successor to X5 MKIII so its natural and mandatory comparing the two. X5 MKIII was really cool when it was released, it looked and felt impressive sound was great but not top-notch, at least on IEMs, its performance was plagued by the slight hiss and dirty noise-floor on sensitive IEMs.
M11 is taller, heavier, has an extra headphone out, it is much faster by comparison, offers few additional Bluetooth features and an extra codec, has a stable Wi-Fi connection and a heftier battery life. M11 looks like a grown-up product from every point of view, there isn’t a thing that I really disliked on it.
Sound wise X5 MKIII has a grainy presentation in the mid treble and sounds leaner and polite by comparison, it works better with mid and high impedance headphones where noise-floor would not be an issue.
M11 sounds noticeable wider and deeper, the grain in the mid treble is also gone, replaced by a very revealing treble performance. M11 has also a pitch-black background and doesn’t have a noise-floor even with high sensitivity IEMs. M11 will also reveal just a little bit more out of your tunes, will have more nuance and shimmer. M11 sounds like a trouble-free X5 MKIII where every nay became an aye.
The FiiO M11 has a high-end aesthetic design with confident angles and golden accents.
The overall looks of the device has a semi-matte finish and a glass back with a carbon-fiber background pattern – this carbon-fiber looks are only found on the back panel of the music player.
Different to the past M models from FiiO, the FiiO M11 has a more aggressive look and an overall design that, we would say, has inherited many of the outstanding features of the M series blended with classics from the brand such as the FiiO X7 Mark II and FiiO X5 III.
The FiiO M11 has a very similar buttons and wheel placement as the FiiO M9 – placed on the left edge of the device to increase their ergonomics and usability. In addition to this, a ring light around the top power button will glow, blink and/or change color according to the status of the device
Moreover, it is great to see that FiiO has decided to use the full area of the front panel for the screen – more inline with the FiiO M6 screen design.
The FiiO M11 is certainly a bigger music player than the M9, M6, M7 with it’s much bigger screen and dimensions (with the cover) of 132mm×72.8mm×17mm – yet remaining fairly light weighted at 211 grams (no TPU cover); the size of the FiiO M11 without the TPU cover is 130mmx70.5mmx15.5mm.
Do you want to know Fiio M11 VS Ibasso DX220 ? I guess you did. So click here to check the the video from Bad guy Good Audio Reviews
Before looking at apps there is something that needs to be clearly stated here: The M11 does not offer Google Play store support at this point in time.
This is something that is very important to be aware of because it means apps need to be side-loaded and not all apps will work optimally.
As such the user experience will feel different compared to an Android phone with full Google Play store support. I think that this is easy to underestimate and has led to some users being disappointed with the M11.
FiiO have clearly been working on ways to make it easier, such as the FiiO Market, where some of the most popular apps such as Tidal and Spotify can be found, as well as third-party app markets such as APK Pure.
This helps to make it easier, but can still feel cumbersome for people less well versed in the Android environment.
Remember, I am strictly analogue when it comes to this and so I will admit that for me there was a learning curve, although definitely rewarding once I got the hang of it. Mind you, I have not emerged as the “Grand Wizard of all things Android” either.
Another thing that is good to be aware of is that the M11 comes standard with ES File Explorer installed. This app might not be secure and has recently been removed from the Google Play store as a result of various problems. It might be good to look at an alternative instead.
1.) Who doesn’t know Z reviews, click to check his review on Fiio M11
2. )The comprehensive review and hits on ALL the important points. This is what we call objective, nice video, by Channel Currawong
3.) Why we said the review from Currawong is comprehensive, besides the above video, he made another follow up Q&A and stuff, really nice.
4.)Porta.fi is very active in answering every questions, if you have any questions about Fiio M11, maybe you can try to commnet on his video.
5.)Fiio M11 VS X7 II
6.) FiiO M11 v.s. iBasso DX220
7.) In the comments, you can find the answer why you should choose M11, but not X7 II
8.) Goerge is enthusiastic about the products that he review
FiiO officially released its latest music player named Fiio M11 along with many smart features. It has a very similar design to a smart-phone, with an 18:9 full-view display, a high resolution of 1440×720 pixels, 312ppi for the ability to display extremely sharp pictures.
FiiO M11 comes with both 2.5mm and 4.4mm balanced jacks, best compatible with high-end headphones and cables on the market. And like the other recent DAP, the M11 plugs into the computer to make USB DAC via USB-C port.
Well, let’s look into the full new features as follows first.
|Samsung Exynos 7872||Flagship main chipset|
|Two-way Bluetooth with LDAC||Transmission of all Bluetooth formats |
+ reception of lossless Bluetooth
|Numerous ways to output your music||Bluetooth / single-ended / |
balanced / line output / USB / coaxial
|Dual-band WiFi||2.4GHz and 5GHz|
|High-performance audiophile DAC||AK4493*2|
|High-res music formats supported||Up to PCM 384kHz, and native DSD256|
|5.15 inch bezeMess touchscreen||18:9 ratio, 720P resolution|
|Long battery life||13 hours battery life, 50 days deep sleep -standby time|
|Copious amounts of RAM and storage||3G8 RAM+32G8 storage|
|Symmetrical USB Type-C connector||With USB DAC and USB audio out functionality|
|Open-source Android 7.0 Nougat||Supports any 3rd party apps|
|All To DSD||FiiO is the first to support this feature|
|All major portable headphone outputs||2.5mm/3.5mm/4.4mm|
|Numerous ways to connect to your music||FiiO Link/AirPlay/DLNA/WiFi|
|Dual quick charging technologies||Quick Charge 2.0 + MediaTek Pump Express|
|Dual Hi-Res Audio certifications||Hi-Res Audio and Hi-Res Audio Wireless certified|
Following is the unboxing video from Fiio official( By the way, Chinese girl from Fiio in the video speak English very well. )
Comparison between Fiio M11 and Fiio M9
Many people asked us that the comparison between Fiio M11 and Fiio X7 mark II, but actually, we should compare it with M9.
Well, let’t take a look at their difference.
|CPU||Exynos 7872 14nm||Exynos 7270 14nm|
|CPU operating frequency||2GHz（A73×2），1.6GHz（A53×4）||1GHz|
|CPU No. of cores||6||2|
|Operating system||Customized Android7.0||Customized|
|Input method||Multi-touch screen||Multi-touch screen|
|Keyboard||Virtual QWERTY keyboard||Virtual QWERTY keyboard|
|Special features||Android 7.0，No SRC restriction，All to DSD，2.5+3.5+4.4 output，Gesture control||LDAC，HWA，Gesture operation，WiFi Streaming，RGB indicator for different formats，Bi-directional Bluetooth，8-layer HDI PCB|
|User interface||Customized/FiiO Music||Customized/FiiO Music|
|Chips used||SoC: Samsung Exynos 7872，DAC：AK4493EQ*2，FPGA：A3P030，LPF：OPA1642×2，AMP：OPA926*2||SoC: Samsung Exynos 7270，DAC：AK4490EN*2，FPGA：A3P030，LPF：OPA1612，BUF：OPA1622*2|
Bluetooth chip：SAMSUNG S5N5C10B01-6330
|WiFi||Bluetooth chip：SAMSUNG S5N5C10B01-6330||2.4G，WiFi transmission supported|
|Bluetooth transmit||LDAC/aptX/aptX HD/SBC（Available when playing on M11 or using M11 as USB DAC）||LDAC/aptX/aptX HD/SBC（Available when playing on M9 or using M9 as USB DAC）|
|Bluetooth receive||SBC/LDAC (support in future firmware)||SBC/LDAC to be supported|
|DLNA||Supports Windows for now, will support more in the future||Supports Windows for now, will support more in the future|
|USB||TYPE C Two-way USB2.0||TYPE C Two-way USB2.0|
|FiiO Link||Supported||To be supported|
|Storage expansion type||Micro SD card x 2||Micro SD card|
|Maximum storage expansion||Theoretically 4TB (with each micro SD card supporting 2TB)||Theoretically 2TB (only one micro SD card slot)|
|ROM available to user||About 25GB||2GB|
|Headphone out (PO)||3.5 mm headphone jack+2.5mm balanced headphone jack+4.4mm balanced headphone jack||3.5 mm headphone jack+2.5mm balanced headphone jack|
|Line out (LO)||3.5 mm port（shared PO）||3.5 mm port（shared PO）|
|SPDIF output||3.5mm port（shared PO），DSD64/128，384kHz/32bit，DoP/D2P||3.5mm port（shared PO）|
|Equalizer||10-band EQ (±6dB), 9 presets+custom preset||10-band EQ (±6dB), 9 presets+custom preset|
|Battery capacity||3800mAh 3.8V Li-polymer battery supporting quick charge||2350mAh Li-polymer battery|
|Charging time||＜2.5h（DC 12V/1.5A）|
|Third-party apps support||Supports any app||Preinstalled：FiiO Music, Netease Music, MOOV, Tidal, KKBOX|
APP whitelist：Spotify、Qobuz、Roon、Deezer，QQ Music、Xiami Music、JOOX、ES file manager、Himalaya (copy theapk file to Micro SD card or internal storage to install)
Detail of Fiio M11
Explosive pereformance from the Samsung Exynos 7872
To ensure the user would have a great, powerful experience, we chose the hexa-core Samsung Exynos 7872 SoC to power the M11. With excellent performance comparable to the Snapdragon 625 and Kirin 659, you can be sure that the M11 will output your music without fail while providing an exceptionally fluid experience.
Dual Ak4493 high-performance audiophile DAC
Inside the M11 are two AKM AK4493 DACs decoding your music. Compared to its AK4490 predecessor, not only has the signal-to-noise ration (SNR) been doubled, but distortion has also been reduced by 1 dB for greatly improved sound quality.
Truly balanced audio design
Inside the M11 is a special custom-made OPA926 op-amp chip, which has lower noise floor, lower distortion, and overall cleaner power compared to the AD8397 op-amp.
And the OPA926 is only one high-quality part of of the M11’s highly optimized audio architecture designed to maximize sound quality, only achieved after constant iteration and improvement on the audio circuit.
Unbelievable sound that will seriously move you
Much work has been done to ensure the M11 has exceptionally good sound, especially with vocals and treble
The low-pass filter has been carefully adjusted, major improvements were made to the power supply, and key components such as resistors and capacitors were upgraded – all resulting in the M11 reaching new heights in audio quality.
FiiO’s engineers have worked tirelessly to make sure the M11 will sound great no matter which headphones you plug in.
Pushing the boundaries of wireless hi-fi
With its support of Bluetooth 4.2, the M11 can transmit the SBC/aptX/aptX HD/LDAC/LHDC Bluetooth format as well as receive certain formats.
The M11’s high-performance Bluetooth radio ensures you can transmit signals further with stronger overall signal strength, so nothing can get in your way of enjoying wuality wireless music.
*At launch, the M11 as a receiver only supports SBC. Receiving LDAC will be enabled in a future firmware update.
A music player but also a capable bluetooth amplifier
When set to be in the Bluetooth receiver mode, the M11 transforms into a high quality Bluetooth amplifier, with significantly better frequency response, as well as lower distortion, noised floor, and crosstalk compared to typical Bluetooth solutions.
On top of that, the M11 can also output any received Bluetooth signals through the coaxial out to an external decoder. With the M11, you can enjoy truly divine sound over the wireless convenience of Bluetooth.
More choices -2.5/3.5/4.4 mm headphone outputs
Today, all high-end portable music players now include balanced headphone outputs
However the M11 goes one step further by including both the 2.5 mm and 4.4 mm balanced outputs. However the M11 goes one step further by including both the 2.5 mm and 4.4 mm balanced outputs, as well as retaining the 3.5 mm single-ended output.
No need for cumbersome adapters with the M11 – simply plug in your headphones to the right output jack.
Embrace the era of wireles with 2.4/5G Hz dual band wifi
With the M11’s dual-band Wi-Fi radio, you can expect better signal strength as well as faster and more stable connections – especially when using Wi-Fi on the 5GHz band to avoid interference 2.4GHz Bluetooth.
Straight lines that directly speak to you
You won’t find any curves on the M11 – rather, its body composed only of straight edges is the ultimate extenison of the polygonal style, giving a radically distinctive yet visually arresting aggressive look
18:9 HD touchscreen that your fingers will simply glide across
Adorning the front of the M11 is a large and colorful 5.15 inch 10-point multitouch screen with 1440×720 resolution, giving you a more immersive experience and more space to easilyt exevute fusterus.
With a glass-backed design, the m11 has got your back
The thoroughly modern and sexy glass-backed design allows you to instantly make a tactile connection with the M11 with just the palm of your hand. The glass back features PET coating, and the sophisticated carbon-fiber texture lets others know that the M11 means business.
Precisely adjust volume with the gold tactile volume wheel
Adding a bold splash of contrasting color to the all-black body is a gold-colored volume wheel, whose texture has been further improved and refined compared to previous players fo an even better feel. In addition, the volume wheel is no dust resistant for even greater durability.
Get a quick surge of power with QC2.0 and mediatek PE qucik-charging technology
Nobody wants to wait for charging.<
That’s why FiiO implemented the Quick Charge 2.0 and MediaTek Pump Express quick charging support for the M11, allowing it to only take 2.5 hours to fully charge its large battery.
And with the considerable 3800 mAh high-voltage battery, the M11 can continuously play music up to 13 hours and be placed in deep sleep standby for up to a whopping 50 days.
Open-source Android OS with a specically designed Fiio Music App
The M11 features a depeply customized version of Android 7.0, with a highly optimized audio software architecture that circumvents SRC for global truly lossless audio.
The FiiO Music App was designed for audiophiles by audiophiles, with both a user interface that provides easy access to your music and an exclusive decoding algorithm for the highest sound quality possible.
Note: Currently the Apple Music, Google Play, and Google Play related services are unavailable.
Spend less cleaning with more storage-3GB RAM+ 32GB ROM
The copious 3GB of RAM ensures smooth multi-tasking, while the 32GB of storage plus two micro-SD card slots (each supporting up to 2TB) means you can store thousands of lossless music files without having to delete songs to free up space.
Instantly take control from your phone with Fiio link
After connecting your phone and the M11 via Bluetooth with the FiiO Link functionality, you can remotely control the M11 from your phone as well as diplay what it’s currently playing.
*FiiO Link Is currently only supported on Android devices.
Flexibily listen to your music with the convenince of DLNA and Airplay
Do you have so much music that you can’t even fit your library into the largest micro-SD cards? Then simply play them through DLNA for your PC or NAS, or via AirPlay for iOS devices for the ultimate in convenience
Simply transfer music directly through Wifi
Send songs to the M11 directly from your computer’s browser or smartphone, saving you the hassle of hooking up the player to your computer with a USB cable.