June 29, 2016

FiiO, with the help of their Japanese exclusive distributor Oyaide, is now approved by the JAS (Japan Audio Society) to use the Hi-Res Audio logo on their products.

To start with, they have applied to use the Hi-Res mark on some of our current models, including K5, X1, X3II, X5II, X7, A3, AM1, AM2, AM3 and AM5, with more models following up.

For above-mentioned models that are currently under production and future new production, they will paste the Hi-Res logo sticker onto the package or print it on the package box. There will be a natural transition, so for products that have been well packed and stocked in the warehouse, there will be no Hi-Res logo.

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