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The Shanling M2X digital audio player is the third and latest iteration of Shanling’s popular M2 line. The smaller sibling to the flagship M5, the M2X is just under 4 inches tall and sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a single SD card port Read More
The Shanling M2X digital audio player is the third and latest iteration of Shanling’s popular M2 line. The smaller sibling to the flagship M5, the M2X is just under 4 inches tall and sports a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a single SD card port. It delivers high-resolution audio with an AKM AK4490EN DAC and TI OPA1612 that acts as a low-pass filter for two ADI AD8397 amplifiers and high-quality Panasonic capacitors. New features on this generation include Tidal support, a USB Bluetooth transmitter, and an advanced USB output with Airplay and Bluetooth receiver modes, as well as DLNA compatibility. The M2X also supports Sony LDAC and Qualcommm aptX for Bluetooth.
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3.2 in (8.1 cm) touchscreen (Mtouch 2.0)
Single AKM AK4490EN DAC
Single TI OPA1612 (acting as the low-pass filter)
Dual AD8397 amplifiers
High-resolution sound support: PCM up to 32bit/384kHz, DSD up to DSD256
Dimensions: 3.9 x 2.4 x 0.6 in (98 x 60 x 16 mm)
Weight: 5.2 oz (147 g)
2400 mAh (fully charged in 2.5 hours)
10.5 hours of playback in Single-Ended mode
7.5 hours of playback in Balanced mode
Audio Output (3.5 mm)
Output power: 180 mW at 16 ohms, 106 mW at 32 ohms
SNR: 117 dB (A-weighting)
Output impedance: 1 ohm
Channel separation: 70 dB (32 ohms)
Audio Output (Balanced, 2.5 mm)
Output power: 212 mW at 16 ohms, 120 mW at 32 ohms
SNR: 116 dB (A-weighting)
Output impedance: 2 ohms
Channel separation: 107 dB (32 ohms)
Estimated ship date is Dec 1, 2020 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.
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