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Fiio X3 Mastering Quality Music Player w/ Wolfson DAC WM8740 24Bit 192K

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  • Lossless playback for APE/FLAC/ALAC/WMA/WAV at up to 192kHz/24-Bit
  • Wolfson WM8740 professional DAC and AD8397 high current amplifier
  • Built-in 8GB flash memory and micro SD card slot supporting up to 64GB expansion
  • Large 3000mAH rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of playback
  • 3.5mm headphone jack, line-level output, and digital coaxial output
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Brand NameFiio
Item Weight10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3 x 4.2 x 7 inches
Item model numberX3
Number of Items1
  
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ASINB00E9O6C96
Best Sellers Rank #6,425 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 18, 2013
  
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  • Brand Name: Fiio
  • Model: X3
  • Display: TFT LCD
  • Display Size: 2.4 inches
  • Weight: 122 grams
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Product Description

Lossless playback for APE/FLAC/ALAC/WMA/WAV at up to 192kHz/24-Bit Wolfson WM8740 professional DAC and AD8397 high current amplifier Built-in 8GB flash memory and micro SD card slot supporting up to 64GB expansion Large 3000mAH rechargeable battery for up to 10 hours of playback 3.5mm headphone jack, line-level output, and digital coaxial output

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Customer Reviews

Very happy with the sound of this player.
printing guy
Okay, in summation, I'm thinking about buying another one to have in storage just in case.
Willie Sanford
I can't be happier with this Fiio X3 for its quality of sounds.
Thien Nguyen

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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 11, 2013
I read the review in Cnet ([...] and since I live in a relatively small space, but did not want to sacrifice sound quality, I hopped on this train and I ain't ever getting off. This little unit is, from my perspective, revolutionary. It puts 192/24 music within reach of someone like me who has $20,000 taste but a $500 budget. This unit came in pristine condition - the people at FiiO even put a screen protector on the TFT and supplied two more. The unit also comes with a USB-Micro USB cable and a component out jack so you can hook this thing up to your stereo to enjoy the unbelievably balanced, rich, powerful sound that comes out of this little unit. I should point out that the unit comes preloaded with "Dr Chesky's Sensational, Fantastic, and Simply Amazing Binaural Sound Show!" album, mastered in 192/24, so you can get an idea - and a good one at that - of what the X3 can do. I nearly blew my brains out listening to the Bach Fugue for Organ - the highs were really high, and the lows were brain-rattling (at 43). I listen at 30 comfortably. The unit itself is really well made - solid metal all around. I was remarking to myself while listening to it how well it was made. For me, a city dweller, I couldn't be happier - I can crank up the sound as far as my ears (and brain) can stand it without getting the neighbors aggravated and sacrifice absolutely nothing by way of audio quality that hitherto would easily have set me back way more than the cost of the FiiO X3 and a pair of decent headphones which you can get for under $300. I was lucky enough to score a set of B&W P5s here on Amazon for under $200. I can't wait until they arrive. In the meantime, my trusty Bose In-Ear Mie2s are more than satisfactory at $150 (go ahead, unbelievers, chortle away - they sound great).Read more ›
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 12, 2013
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I had been looking around for a audiophile-grade portable music player, but couldn't find one in the right price range for the features I wanted. This one appeared to fit the bill, so I ordered it. I put a 32gb card into it and downloaded some 24bit 96khz files that I have been using for my home Squeezebox (Transporter) system. I did some listening with my UE earbuds and couldn't believe the sound. The first thing I noticed was the "dark" background - no hiss, no hum, just dead silence. When the music came on, the detail was amazing along with very smooth sound - no boominess in the bass and no harshness in the treble range - just right. I am still trying to figure out how to make an actual playlist on the player, but that's a minor thing as I can always number the selections to put the files in a certain order. Highly recommended!
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50 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Bow on September 8, 2013
Introduction:
FiiO has been a very popular brand in affordable headphone audio accessories for the past few years. Their line out docks, amplifiers, DAC's, and plenty of other gadgets have redefined what you can get for your money. FiiO has now launched their first DAP, the X3. This player has been in the works for many years now. It was plagued when it started and went on hiatus until 2012 when it was brought back to life. Now in 2013, The X3 is finally here, and many think it will redefine what a $200 DAP can do. It packs physical and software features that fans want at a good price. I wish to thank FiiO for this review sample, now let's take a look at this audacious unit.
Notice: This review was originally posted on Head-Fi, and I am the original author of that review. This is just a repost to Amazon for visibility and to help people make an educated descision.

Build Quality:
The FiiO X3 was designed before the E17, so its build is a bit dated in terms of how it looks compared to FiiO's new sleek and stealthy units. But for the most part, it still retains a lot of FiiO's qualities. Where it keeps the metal back and combination of plastics and metals. The back of the X3 looks like something current, while the front shows its dated approach. It looks like the back-plate that keeps the current design was added in just for that purpose. The metal on the sides leading up to the backplate is different from the backplate itself. From the sides up, there is a bezel circling the unit. This bezel is plastic, and finally we get to the flat top of the device. Where the top portion is the plastic covering the screen, and the bottom is the (current gen) metal design. Within the metal are 6 buttons and `skidding' strips with plastic bases for the volume and movement keys.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By scoto #1 on November 29, 2013
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I've been smiling from ear to ear since I first booted this beast on. If you can live with the rough edges you won't find a better sounding dap in this price range. The sound is detailed and expansive with great dynamics, it's in a different league than any other stand alone player I've owned - that includes Cowons, top end Sony's with the digital amp, Irivers, Zune, Mpio, Creative, Samsung, Sharp, Rio and others I can't think of ATM. The build quality is very good , but the UI and navigation may put some people off. Another thing is it runs a bit warm and has froze a couple of times, I'm going to update the firmware and see what improvements Fiio has made. I've owned other Fiio products and have complete cofidence in them, they are not a fly by night company and build nice gear for great prices.

If you are looking for amazing sound from a stand alone dap and don't mind simplified browsing and UI and know a bit about computers and daps don't hesitate to grab this gem, your ears will thank you. :)

Of course I should add that with the high end Wolfson dac anything encoded with a lower bit rate is going to reveal lots of audio artifacts, especially with high end iems. I personally wouldn't use anything less than 256 kbs.

Edit : I should maybe explain a bit more on the sound qualities on the X3- by detail I mean the separation of the instruments is more pronounced and the tones more rich and complex. By dynamics I mean there is a proper difference between soft and loud passages. And lastly expansive refers to the sound stage in general, it sounds bigger and fuller not thin. In other words if you listen to the X3 a while and listen to the identical track say on your iPod it's going to sound constricted, lifeless and weak in comparison.
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