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Good one mate!Great write up for a great earphone.I'll send you a track tomorrow you must try with 2.2 and your AK380.
I'll let you in on a little secret while I'm here.   The Tralucent DacAmp One was originally the same price as Mojo, about $599 USD.   It never really grabbed traction here I think partly due to its high price tag back then. There are a few discontinued units floating around on eBay for just $200 USD these days.   http://www.ebay.com/itm/222211306602?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT   She's a good DAC indeed.
 Its a good unit, I won't deny that. Just not what I personally require from my musical experience. I kept the Tralucent DacAmp One instead. #fanboy4lyf
Mojo didn't enchant me, I owned it twice to be sure, but we parted ways.   I was writing about it last night here:   http://www.head-fi.org/t/806595/astell-kern-announces-the-ak300-and-ak-recorder-5-6mhz-dsd-recorder-at-tokyo-headphone-festival/510#post_12800285   I would have however liked to try Mojo with full-size headphones as I had this feeling...
Schiit Audio Magni/Modi combo would be worth researching.   > http://schiit.com/   You'll find several of their threads here.
I know Mojo has a huge fanbase, one cannot discredit its reputation. Its a very detailed unit which carries instant wow factor. Myself owned Mojo twice but couldn't come to love it with my Tralucent earphones which is all I tried it with. To me, while Mojo was extremely detailed it lacked quite a bit of soundstage width and layering on the left/right channels with everything I tried. My earphones excel in this area and it was subtracted from them.   With my players and...
I sold them only because they hurt my neck when laying down at night in bed. Same with my SRH940. SO THERE...
I've dealt with this in the past. You can find a track or recording in 'mono' and play it. The sound should come from directly in the center of your head. Be sure to check your seal because if it's lighter on one side this can effect the balance and especially the bass as low frequency response requires an airtight seal. Try holding the iem firmly in your ears.
 I'd take the SRH840, they're a good headphone I owned for a while.
Welcome aboard mate.
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