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Originally Posted by ufospls2 View Post
 

 

I have searched, and read the FAQ in the third post. It isn't a one time occurance, so thats why I'm thinking its not the deep discharge problem. 

I have done a full charge more than once, it just isn't lasting as long as it used to. FWIW, my Mojo is 9 months old, so I'm quite familiar with how long the battery (used) to last and what not. It is definitely not lasting as long as it once did. This is why I have started using it plugged in to the charging port, so I can hopefully get more time out of it. However, that doesn't seem to be helping much, as it died after an hour last night. 

 

Interesting. My unit isn't brand new, so perhaps its a different problem. Thank you for chiming in.

Flashing red is normally indicating less than 2% charge.

When you recharge, do you switch the Mojo off? 

 

@Mojo ideas has posted in the past, that very few of the Mojos that get returned have battery problems, and the cause is usually a failure of the battery protection circuit.

For you, with a non working Mojo, the root cause (whether battery or battery protection circuit) may be a moot point, compared to being able to listen to your Mojo - if trying a long trickle charge with Mojo turned off does not work, then contact your dealer who will advise about returning to Chord. They are usually able to sort things out.  

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Originally Posted by miketlse View Post
 

Flashing red is normally indicating less than 2% charge.

When you recharge, do you switch the Mojo off? 

 

@Mojo ideas has posted in the past, that very few of the Mojos that get returned have battery problems, and the cause is usually a failure of the battery protection circuit.

For you, with a non working Mojo, the root cause (whether battery or battery protection circuit) may be a moot point, compared to being able to listen to your Mojo - if trying a long trickle charge with Mojo turned off does not work, then contact your dealer who will advise about returning to Chord. They are usually able to sort things out.  

Well in the last little while I've been charging whilst using due to this issue. Then when I'm not using the Mojo, charging with it turned off. Its like...its working.....but not as well/long as it used to. I'm left wondering if it is going to die at any time. I guess I'll contact the dealer I bought it from. Thanks for the help.

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Originally Posted by ufospls2 View Post
 

Well in the last little while I've been charging whilst using due to this issue. Then when I'm not using the Mojo, charging with it turned off. Its like...its working.....but not as well/long as it used to. I'm left wondering if it is going to die at any time. I guess I'll contact the dealer I bought it from. Thanks for the help.

OK, I hoped that it would be something simple to sort out, and save you the hassle of returning your Mojo.

Your dealer should be able to help/advise.

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Can someone comment on Mojo pairing with Jh Audio Roxanne Universal IEM.


Edited by sanjeewasam - 3/20/17 at 10:29pm
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What headphones sound very mid forward (mid centric) signature when played with mojo?
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Originally Posted by NaiveSound View Post

What headphones sound very mid forward (mid centric) signature when played with mojo?

 

HD650

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Originally Posted by Deftone View Post

HD650
For indoor use.
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Dear All.

 

Could you be so kind to help me with the next issue I faced with?

 

I had read the next link http://www.head-fi.org/t/784602/chord-mojo-dac-amp-faq-in-3rd-post#

 

And I cant find the way how to make this preset mode start working.

I know that if I press two volume buttons I'll switch on line output.

Could you be so kind to explain me how to start preset more and adjust output of headphones according to my headphones specs.

Thank you very much and have a nice day.

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Originally Posted by sklonchpower View Post

Dear All.

Could you be so kind to help me with the next issue I faced with?

I had read the next link [URL=][/URL]http://www.head-fi.org/t/784602/chord-mojo-dac-amp-faq-in-3rd-post#

And I cant find the way how to make this preset mode start working.
I know that if I press two volume buttons I'll switch on line output.
Could you be so kind to explain me how to start preset more and adjust output of headphones according to my headphones specs.
Thank you very much and have a nice day.

Line out mode simply starts the Mojo at a preset volume level (which is 3V output). You can adjust the volume up or down from there. But the best way to find the right level for your headphones is to start with the volume OFF and gradually adjust it upward until you find the right level. Then when you turn Mojo off and on again, it will start at that same level.
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Thank you very much.

As far as I understood for my isine I need to make "-72" clicks at button volume that decrease volume. Its according to excell file that present at the first page of this topic.

Am I understand it right?

 

Kind regards.

Vlad

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Originally Posted by sklonchpower View Post

Thank you very much.
As far as I understood for my isine I need to make "-72" clicks at button volume that decrease volume. Its according to excell file that present at the first page of this topic.

Am I understand it right?

Kind regards.
Vlad

That is a guide, and a good starting point. But more simply, turn on Mojo and press the down volume button until both lights go out. Then plug in your isine and listen as you increase the volume to the level you like. The last volume you were listening at will be remembered by Mojo when you turn it off and on again.
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Can you run the mojo without battery via micro usb ?

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Originally Posted by Shure or bust View Post
 

Can you run the mojo without battery via micro usb ?

it has something like a current passthrough, so plug it in and let it charge till full (lights out), then connect the power AND the data port to active ports, preferably charge to a quality 2A charger and data to pc (maybe with an usb isolator, better), and it will all work continuously, although with more heat out

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Im sold. Hopefully it is a worthy replacement for my ha-1. I also hope it sonically matches my chord 2qute.
Edited by Shure or bust - 3/21/17 at 8:20am
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Im sold. Hopefully it is a worthy replacement for my ha-1. 

 

I don't think you will be disappointed.

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