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  Apologies for asking an obvious question, but my first question has to be:     are you definitely using the correct microUSB ports, on Mojo?
Here: http://www.lelong.com.my/uranus-silver-plated-6n-occ-3-5mm-to-3-5mm-coaxial-cable-starspicker-I2449751C-2007-01-Sale-I.htm   Be careful to choose the correct option, for Fiio!
  Have you looked at the Uranus one, linked in post #3?
  It's unlikely that you have the same issue that was present in a small number of first-batch devices, many months ago, but it would be absurd for me to claim that it is impossible, so, if you really have tried several different chargers and cables, and it always makes a significant amount of noise, then you should contact your dealer about it.
Beatbox and hip-hop aren't at all my cup of tea, but the following vid was a viral hit, a while back, and I can appreciate the skill:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0_2vmkTmf0
  Do you mean you get into a 'state' when you read 0's and 1's don't matter?   
  Mmmmm... maybe; maybe not... Some storage mediums (or their buses) may be electrically noisier in operation than others, or require more mediation by the CPU (which can sometimes also increase circuit noise). I mentioned some aspects of this, in a post a few weeks back: http://www.head-fi.org/t/784602/chord-mojo-the-official-thread-please-read-the-3rd-post/16500#post_12525696  If only life was simple!
  Aye, it's always a risk - I find the same thing with many artists - I will hear a song or two that I really like, and then I buy their album(s) and find they differ quite substantially from what I thought I was getting. Alison Krauss is a good example - I like her melodic stuff, with restrained instrumentation and smooth vocal delivery, but her albums are invariably 40% full-on raucous, frenetic, instrument-heavy, bluegrass. So every time I buy an album of hers, I find I...
  Thanks for the info. Please let me know (you or anyone) if you see he gets back up&running  
  AFAIK, the state of play with that is that it's a case of no-harm-to-use, and may have a mild positive effect, but no major gains anticipated or reported.
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