FiiO X1-II Digital Audio Player (Rose Gold / Silver) $111.96 Delivered @Addictedtoaudio eBay


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Update: Rose Gold - 10+ units, Silver - 3 units.

If you are craving the original iPod design / scroll wheel, and/or a cheap entry-level device. This DAP may be for you.

Being a Gen 2 model & being out for awhile (firmware updates), any possible issues likely to have been ironed out.
- Long standby time (15 days) thanks to proprietary OS.
- Light weight (102 grams). Aluminium alloy construction. Color display.
Supports up to 256GB Micro-SD & 32-bit (wav), 24-bit 192khz (FLAC, ALAC) lossless audio.
- SBC codec only for Bluetooth.

Update your device firmware as soon as you get it, to ensure all features & bug fixes.

Worth mentioning this review from Amazon:
“This is a great little player for lossless audio! The biggest issue that I've seen listed in reviews is a problem with the touch wheel - specifically that it's "jumpy" or is very difficult to control. There is nothing wrong with the wheel, it's supposed to be this way - you'll actually appreciate it if you have a list of several hundred files to scroll through. BUT, until you get to that point it can be VERY difficult to use so the way that you fix the problem is to go into the settings and find the setting callled "Scroll Wheel Press Function." Change this to OFF and the scroll wheel will work the way that you're expecting it to. This setting has nothing to do with what happens when you push the center button in the scroll wheel; it only controls the speed of the scroll when you touch the wheel. In the interim, while it's still set to ON if you're having difficulty moving only one or two items up or down in a list then take your finger off the wheel and tap it in the appropriate direction - it will move one item each time that you tap it.”

FiiO X1-II (Gen 2) Digital Audio Player

Unique FiiO touch wheel with high sensitivity, better anti-interference with reliability
Bluetooth 4.0 with 2-way wireless bluetooth signal based on F1C81 chip
Dedicated TI CM5242 high quality DAC chip
Dedicated LPF and operational amplifier
Optimised power architecture
Supports APE/FLAC/WAV/WMA/ALAC lossless formats up to 192kHz/32bit
Improved line-out functions
Deep-sleep ultra long standby of 15 days
In-line remote control function
All-new UI themed interface on 2.0 inch 320px by 240px colour display
Lightweight and slim construction, single card slot supporting microSD cards up to 256gb
Battery: 1800mAh
Storage: Up to 256Gb
Construction: CNC Aluminium shell
Bluetooth: 4.1 Support
Volume: 100 step
Line out support: Yes
Play time: Approx. 12 hours or so. Gapless support.

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    Demo unit though..


      I seriously doubt they have multiple (10+ units) demo stock. (They have sold 45 units)
      In eBay description it says ‘brand-new’ condition and only retailer that has a history of inaccuracy with this is Grays.

      In all fairness Grays has slightly redeemed themselves with their Dali Speakers from recent deal, as buyers have reported sealed brand-new speakers being delivered.


    Genuine question, why would anyone buy these with legacy smartphones available at similar prices?


    It doesn't support MP3.


      Please check specifications before making such a statement.

      From official FiiO X1-ii webpage:

      “Audio Format Supported

      APE(Fast): 192 kHz/24 bit;
      APE(Normal): 96 kHz/24 bit;
      APE (High): 96 kHz/24 bit;
      FLAC: 192 kHz/24 bit;
      WAV: 192 kHz/32 bit;
      Aiff:192 kHz/32 bit;
      Aif:192 kHz/24 bit;
      WMA Lossless: to be supported by future update;
      Apple Lossless: 192 kHz/24 bit;

      Lossy compression:


      In deal description:
      “Supports APE/FLAC/WAV/WMA/ALAC lossless formats up to 192kHz/32bit”


        I have went through their official website and can't find anywhere saying MP3 supported.
        Anyway, I'm not interest in getting one so don't worry about it lol.


          I see, I got my info from
          Anyhow an entry-level player is most often capable of playing the formats specified and below.
          AAC is missing from official specs, though other websites state
          X1-ii supports: MP2, MP3, AAC, and WMA, and OGG.

          I can see if an expensive DAP can only play Lossless, as the components used and sound would be over-kill for MP3.
          As a way to appeal to the masses though, most will be able to play MP3.

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