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Chord Hugo

Discussion in 'High-end Audio Forum' started by harmonix, Jan 28, 2014.
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  1. montanari
    If you really want to trow away money i ll give you my paypal !
    Just joking
     
  2. Xinlisupreme
    Cost less than Moon audio and many audioquest.
    Curious usb Hugo link cost 170AU$
     
  3. bintol
  4. Xinlisupreme
    @bintol have you heard someone else with same curious problem?
     
  5. bintol
    No, I haven't - would be curious to know if others have a similar issue.
    My curious cable likes to be very straight and with no movement - then it seems to be fine. However, if it is a bit bent or gets knocked (as is often the case in my set up), my Chord Hugo isn't recognised by the computer (doesn't establish or loses connection)...
    Certainly not for on-the-go...
     
  6. fiascogarcia
    I've not found interconnects to ever have huge sonic differences when connecting from a source to a DAC. The DAC pretty much drives the SQ you achieve. Mostly aesthetics, length requirements, and suppleness are my main interest with these types of cables.
     
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  7. montanari
    Bravo
     
  8. Xinlisupreme
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  10. montanari
    That I agree with Fiascogarcia very much
    I Already pass the usb cable phase so can t judge you
     
  11. Xinlisupreme
    Ok i’ll Buy a Lindy 41593 USB 0,5m :wink:
     
  12. montanari
    good choice!
    don t you have the supplied one?
    I move my hugo from a setup to another, in one there is the audioquest, in the other the stock
    ... exactly the same sound!!
     
    Last edited: Dec 28, 2018
  13. JaZZ Contributor
    Yes – it sounds fantastic with my HD 800, despite only going up to 176.4/192 kHz (blue light). At white (full upscaling to 352.8/384 kHz) the sound is monophonic. The same with the Mojo. That's not how it's supposed to be. @Rob Watts, what's going on here? See Rob's comment below.
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2018
  14. Rob Watts
    White is dual data mode, so two mono signals at 352/384. Hugo 1 can't accept dual data mode, so just uses the mono signal, treating it as stereo...

    Best off using the single BNC output, which is stereo at 352/384 at white.
     
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  15. WilliamLeonhart
    Did this get resolved?
     
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