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Chord Mojo DAC-amp ☆★►FAQ in 3rd post!◄★☆

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. discord76
    Will this adapter be good for connecting c coaxial digital input to the Mojo?
     
    http://www.misco.co.uk/product/154251/C2G-3-5mm-Mono-Male-To-Rca-Female-Adapter
     
  2. NaiveSound
    In order to get Apple music (only using that because 3 months free) to transport to mojo in bitperfect, can I get an app? Or is apple music not have a way for uapp or others? Just want vest quality when using mojo
     
  3. Torq

    If you're using an Android device with Apple Music, then you're stuck with having Android's native, forced, re-sampling in the way and you won't get bit-perfect output.  There might be ways around that if you're willing to root the phone, but I'm not aware of any at the moment.
     
    UAPP doesn't support Apple Music and I very much doubt Apple are going to open up their system to allow it to do so.  That they let Sonos integrate directly was really down to the level of penetration that product line has - and I think they're the only third party with access at the moment.
     
    If you're using an Apple device, then the native stream goes straight to the Mojo and there's no resampling - so the result will be bit-perfect.
     
  4. Deftone
     
    just water cool it lol
     
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  5. Traveller

    Yes, you can use your CD player as a "transport" by connecting it to the Mojo. Depending on your player, you'll either need an RCA to 3.5mm "Y" cable or a 3.5-3.5mm cable.
     
    https://www.headphone.com/collections/cables/Mini-to-RCA-Cable
     
    No, you cannot use an HDMI interface with Mojo.
     
  6. discord76
    A "Y" cable is no use as it will have two RCA plugs and the 3.5mm will be stereo not mono. It seems hard to find a 75 ohm 1 RCA to 3.5mm cable.
     
  7. x RELIC x Contributor

    Contact Dysonaudio and have them make you one. Reasonable prices and good quality.

    https://www.dysonaudio.com/collections/digital-cables/products/new-handmade-dyson-audio-fiio-ibasso-dap-dac-hp-amp-75-ohm-digital-jumper-ts-rca

    Or the adaptor you linked may work. For £2.19 you may as well just try it out.
     
  8. Traveller
     
    My bad - I have the opposite setup (line out to preamp analog) which is why I had the "Y" component on my mind... .
    I am currently using TOSLINK for CD-Player output but I could also go with coax, in which case it would be single RCA to mini.
     
    I recommend Kimber Kable. You appear to be in the UK so I would suggest Russ Andrews:
    http://www.russandrews.com/eu/cables-kimber-kable-interconnects-digital-audio-interconnects-digital-coax-interconnects/
     
    Even comes with a Mojo-Quick-Start "guide" [​IMG]
     
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    p.s. I'm not a big fan of adapters.
     
  9. SearchOfSub
    kimbre cable sound very good on my Hugo btw.Good cable company sound wise.
     
  10. Mojo ideas
    Nicely done I like the colour too but I should say we've no plans at present match it.
     
  11. Ra97oR
    I guess only hot pink is down in the pipeline at the moment.
     
  12. SearchOfSub
    Thinking about getting Ether C to pair up with Mojo. Anyone have this setup how does it sound together?
     
  13. discord76
    Kimber seems really expensive for a digital cable. I'll give it a miss.
     
  14. Mython Contributor
     
     
     
     
    John, please, please, please can you have Chord make one to match this?
     
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/720512/obscure-chinese-daps/1200#post_12699625
     
     
    (joke - for god's sake, please don't! [​IMG])
     
  15. miketlse
     
    I can only presume that the DAP is aimed at the female market sector (soft curves, fits comfortably in the hand, .....)
    It is very different to many DAPs on the market, which have a very oblong box shape, with plenty of hard edges, plus plenty of buttons and a large display - overall a more macho styling to the physical design.
     

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