Shanling Audio Set to Release the New Shanling M1s Portable HiFi Player

Shanling Audio has announced that it will be releasing the new Shanling M1s ultra-portable pure audio player in late February. The M1s player is equipped with a more powerful and advanced X2000 platform, and uses a more advanced DAC—ES9038Q2M, with a signal-to-noise ratio of 123dB@300Ω and a total harmonic distortion of 0.0007@32Ω.

Screen Rotation Function and User Interface

The new Shanling M1s portable HiFi player supports a 180-degree free rotation screen, which is coupled with the newly developed UI to make the M1s have a smoother and hand-held operating experience. This feature makes the M1s more flexible and changeable and adapts to different usage scenarios.

Powerful Functional Configuration in a Compact Body

The Shanling M1s is equipped with self-developed FPGA technology and upgraded to 3.5mm+4.4mm dual interface and two-way Bluetooth 5.0. Despite its compact body, the new machine adopts ES9038Q2M DAC, and 2RT6863 AMP. It has two Hi-Res small gold standard certifications, supports 768kHz / 32bit, audio, supports DSD512 hard solution, and also has 245mW@32Q | impedance and audio free door. The size of the M1s is only 7269*16 (mm), and the weight of the whole machine is about 106g.

Audio Free Door 2.0

The M1s player supports Audio Free Door 2.0, which uses the M1s as an intermediary to communicate with the three major channels of WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB. Mobile phones, tablets, computers, and other devices can send digital signals to M1s through three channels - USB / Bluetooth / WiFi (via DLNA). After M1s receives the signal, it can output the signal through two channels - USB/Bluetooth. The M1s realizes the signal intercommunication of the three major channels of USB/Bluetooth/WiFi and can push signals from mainstream devices such as mobile phones to higher-end decoders, Bluetooth headsets, Bluetooth speakers, and other devices.

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