Meizu M3 Pro All-Scene Hi-Fi Player
On December 23, Meizu Technology held the “Meizu Friends Conference 2022” in Zhuhai, where information about the Meizu M3 Pro full-scene Hi-Fi player and the annual masterpiece Meizu 20 series also met with Meizu friends.
Among them, the Meizu M3 Pro All-Scene Hi-Fi Player is based on the integrated design concept of the “point – line – surface” of Meizu’s classic music player M3. The flagship phone-level glass and metal materials are stunningly presented through a complete glass cover and one-piece metal body on the front, with no broken points and exposed screws on the whole body, making the shape more extreme and perfectly reproducing the classic design of Music Card.
Not only the classic design but also the interactive experience, Meizu also made a series of optimized configurations for the M3 Pro Hi-Fi player, such as the highly acclaimed mBack touch back on Meizu phones, which is also applied to M3 Pro. All the optimization is to make it easier to use interactive experience so that users can use it more worry-free.
As a Hi-Fi player, the sound quality must be the best trick of the Meizu M3 Pro. The senior acoustic development team of Meizu and the senior decoding chip engineers in the industry together developed a more Pro decoding chip for the M3 Pro – H1 Hi-Fi decoding chip. Meizu H1 uses a high-performance True 1-Bit decoding scheme, compared to the traditional PCM scheme, the sound is more natural and has higher reproduction.
Meanwhile, Meizu also equips an independent oversampling chip in the whole package to upscale the music signal and supplement the details through algorithms, which can upscale the music to a maximum sampling rate of 11.2Mhz. To better unleash the technical potency of True 1-Bit, the entire PCB circuit details on the M3 Pro, including the analog circuit of the Meizu H1 Hi-Fi decoding core, are deeply customized and developed by the Meizu acoustic team to achieve a full-link True 1-Bit audio architecture, bringing the performance full at once.
The excellent playback performance of the Meizu’s M3 Pro full-scene Hi-Fi player can not only support the playback of local 128GB storage but also connect to cell phones, cars, and computers for full-scene HiFi output.
In addition, to solve the experience differences of different terminals, Meizu engineers opened the development of a full-scene computing audio solution: Flyme Sound, which not only integrates the tuning and acoustic design capabilities of Meizu Acoustics for many years but also flexibly uses the arithmetic advantages of multiple terminals to calculate sound and make breakthroughs in tuning, sound field, and compensation.
The Meizu’s M3 Pro full-scene Hi-Fi player, as the first batch of devices equipped with Flyme Sound Classic, is already in deep debugging and is expected to meet with us in the spring of 2023.