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post #13561 of 14814

they replaced mine death after few months, took pretty much one month

from when i received back works wonderful

sorry mate

post #13562 of 14814
I am having sound problems with the current iOS 10 public beta. Streaming Tidal, Spotify or using FLACPlayer to Hugo then after a while the music slows down and a clicking sound is overlaid. Has anyone else noticed this? If so I can stop worrying about it.

Thanks, Ian
post #13563 of 14814

hey guys!

lately my hugo get very warm when played

i didn t remeber such an hot device last year..

even yours?

post #13564 of 14814
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Originally Posted by montanari View Post
 

hey guys!

lately my hugo get very warm when played

i didn t remeber such an hot device last year..

even yours?

 

What is the ambient air temperature this year, compared to last year?

post #13565 of 14814
Pretty much the same
It's summer, it's not cold!
The same of last year!
Do your Hugo get hot? Mine it is. Very
post #13566 of 14814
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Originally Posted by montanari View Post

Pretty much the same
It's summer, it's not cold!
The same of last year!
Do your Hugo get hot? Mine it is. Very

Had mine for a year and a half, still stays cool.  Might warrant an e mail to Chord to inquire about it.

post #13567 of 14814

cool!

i should be still under warranty

post #13568 of 14814
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Originally Posted by montanari View Post

Pretty much the same
It's summer, it's not cold!
The same of last year!
Do your Hugo get hot? Mine it is. Very

 

I don't have a Hugo but I do have a Mojo.

 

Here is the simplest solution to keeping the Mojo cooler, and the physics will apply equally well to the Hugo.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/788913/chord-mojo-issue-solutions-thread/270#post_12731782

 

To maximise the cooling, you need to allow the maximum surface area of the Hugo, to be accessible to a cooling air flow - If you have your Hugo placed flat on your table, then one of the two large flat areas is facing the table top, and not really experiencing any air flow.

 

I suspect that your problems too are caused by the high summer temperatures.

Try standing your Hugo on one of its sides.

If this solves your problem, it is a lot less hassle that returning your Hugo to Chord.

post #13569 of 14814
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Originally Posted by montanari View Post
 

cool!

i should be still under warranty


keep it out of the sun, it will be fine. iPhones the same, they will shut down if to hot because of sun. 

post #13570 of 14814
Of course it's not under the sun !
I carry here and there but always in a closed enviroment!
These little toys are pretty expansive I take care of all of the them!
The strange thing it's never been so hot, anyway Matthew from chord is already taking care of me. Great Costumer service
post #13571 of 14814
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Originally Posted by miketlse View Post
 

 

I don't have a Hugo but I do have a Mojo.

 

Here is the simplest solution to keeping the Mojo cooler, and the physics will apply equally well to the Hugo.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/788913/chord-mojo-issue-solutions-thread/270#post_12731782

 

To maximise the cooling, you need to allow the maximum surface area of the Hugo, to be accessible to a cooling air flow - If you have your Hugo placed flat on your table, then one of the two large flat areas is facing the table top, and not really experiencing any air flow.

 

I suspect that your problems too are caused by the high summer temperatures.

Try standing your Hugo on one of its sides.

If this solves your problem, it is a lot less hassle that returning your Hugo to Chord.

I think the Mojo generally operates warmer than a Hugo.  I've seen discussion about keeping the Mojo cooler, but in my experience there is never any heat generated by the Hugo.  Then again, I only use it in an air conditioned environment!

post #13572 of 14814
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Originally Posted by fiascogarcia View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by miketlse View Post

 

I don't have a Hugo but I do have a Mojo.

Here is the simplest solution to keeping the Mojo cooler, and the physics will apply equally well to the Hugo.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/788913/chord-mojo-issue-solutions-thread/270#post_12731782

To maximise the cooling, you need to allow the maximum surface area of the Hugo, to be accessible to a cooling air flow - If you have your Hugo placed flat on your table, then one of the two large flat areas is facing the table top, and not really experiencing any air flow.

I suspect that your problems too are caused by the high summer temperatures.
Try standing your Hugo on one of its sides.
If this solves your problem, it is a lot less hassle that returning your Hugo to Chord.
I think the Mojo generally operates warmer than a Hugo.  I've seen discussion about keeping the Mojo cooler, but in my experience there is never any heat generated by the Hugo.  Then again, I only use it in an air conditioned environment!
I take mine out, never an issue of heat generation. Granted it's not Death Valley or anything.
post #13573 of 14814
Quote:
Originally Posted by miketlse View Post
 

 

I don't have a Hugo but I do have a Mojo.

 

Here is the simplest solution to keeping the Mojo cooler, and the physics will apply equally well to the Hugo.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/788913/chord-mojo-issue-solutions-thread/270#post_12731782

 

To maximise the cooling, you need to allow the maximum surface area of the Hugo, to be accessible to a cooling air flow - If you have your Hugo placed flat on your table, then one of the two large flat areas is facing the table top, and not really experiencing any air flow.

 

I suspect that your problems too are caused by the high summer temperatures.

Try standing your Hugo on one of its sides.

If this solves your problem, it is a lot less hassle that returning your Hugo to Chord.

 

The larger surface area of Hugo allows it to dissipate heat better than Mojo. When it is warm here in Singapore on weekends (which is almost always the case) and I get too lazy to bring a bag I usually put on my cargo shorts and bring Hugo instead of Mojo when I leave the house. 

 

Mojo just gets too warm when it touches my skin so I had to bring a bag and put it inside if I bring it along with me outside the house.

 

But then in Dubai, it's warmer. No it's scorching hot. :biggrin:

post #13574 of 14814

I carry my Mojo everyday with me. Works fine in the summer even.

post #13575 of 14814

I have recently acquired a Hugo. I struggle a little with the light codes, so have typed out the information from the tiny writing of the manual and stuck it on the wall. If anyone would like a .docx or .pdf version, PM me.

 

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