Result is nice but I am a bit disappointed and worried about Wiims QA on this device. Amir stated that he had to get a replacement unit. We all know about the humming issue. Wiim said its only a few devices. Still, we had a lot of affected devices reported here in the forums. Even months later such devices where shipped out to reviewers (!) and now Amir's Wiim Amp also has some kind of issue. Frankly, this cannot be explained with some devices of the first batch(es) being faulty but rather with bad quality assurance. Wiim needs to improve on that. Even if it means that they have to increase the price. I received two units end of january and havent had time to check them. will report back if they have any issues. Just for comparison: I have multiple Minis and Pros and have never had any issues with them.
As far as I can tell, the issue was with early models. We know WiiM sent Amir a model early on; I think he said he discovered it had been sat round unopened for weeks before he realised.
We all know about the early issues. We all know they've been fixed. I don't see how someone finding they have an early version with said issues many weeks later, because they'd not opened it, is an issue.
I mean there was a problem and WiiM fixed it. Them not to fix it? Them to be perfect (clue - no one is)?