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I really like the Shanling M2X, to the point it's the device I've been using the most since I received it. It's intuitive, it has everything one needs, it has good output power and it sounds good. Here's my full review: https://www.soundphilereview.com/reviews/shanling-m2x-review-3483/

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Gramblor
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Oct 26, 2020
Slater91I read your glowing review of this device, and it's piqued my interest. Can you tell me how well the MX2 streams via bluetooth to stereo systems? I've heard conflicting things about it's streaming quality. Also, is playback between tracks gapless?
GramblorIt does its job quite well. Over time I found that it's not ideal with TWS earphones if you keep it in your pocket, but it's otherwise great - I use it every day actually and it works quite well. Playback is completely gapless if you enable the option in the settings.
Gramblor
80
Oct 26, 2020
Slater91Thanks for the fast reply! So if I'm sitting fifteen feet away from my Esinkin bluetooth receiver that may be enclosed in a cabinet, it should play just fine? Also, would it work well with my Radsone es100 bluetooth receiver/DAC?
GramblorI'm not entirely familiar with the imperial system, but anything under 7-8 metres should work just fine. As for the ES100, I reviewed it using exactly my M2X: https://www.soundphilereview.com/reviews/earstudio-es100-review-6219/ and as you can see the results were quite good! Just be aware that the M2X will have some small interruptions now and then when you are out and about. For indoors use though it's fantastic!
Gramblor
80
Oct 27, 2020
Slater91Thanks. I love my es100 for my Tin P1. By far the best solution I could find to power that iem for use with my phone, using its balanced output. I wonder if it would play well from the balanced output on the M2X? I'm also looking at the Hiby R3 Pro. I wonder which is better....
GramblorAs for the P1, I can attest that they can be driven quite well with the M2X. No need for an external amplifier at all.
Gramblor
80
Oct 29, 2020
Slater91That's good to know. Thanks!
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