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

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. Ancipital
    I have to say, had I realised when I bought it that the Mojo would require a separate transport if I didn't want to keep my phone in flight mode, I might have bought a semi-decent DAP instead, anyway (I know that may be heresy). It's not that I'm crazily biased against them- though I do have my reservations about some of the more creatively priced options.
     
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    I have been known to take my old simless S3 with me on long (>10km) runs, as an audio source. I leave my phone at home because it's a more modern clownphone and too big/heavy to slip in my little waist pack. Shorter, faster runs tend not to get as boring, so the only electronics used tend to be my GPS watch.
     
    If Sansa Clips weren't actually quite expensive now, doubtless I'd grab one of those instead - but since the old phone is just sitting there, I feel it's silly not to use it.
     
    Yes, I appreciate that's not an example of Mojo+DAP sans phone- but it's effectively an example of being without my phone for an extended period.
     
  2. EagleWings
     
    Now with the release of the $3200 Sony Walkman, I am not liking the direction the manufacturers are taking with respect to pricing. Mid-Fi DAP market is getting really competitive and some mid-fi DAPs seem to be performing dangerously close to the hi-fi daps. Looking forward to the upcoming iBasso DX200.
     
  3. Scott_Tarlow
    So that's a 8+ hour run ? That's pretty crazy, good for you.
     
    I know there are times when you want to be without your phone. Sometimes, when I really need to get a lot of work done in a 10 hour period of time, I lock away my phone. But then I have my computer. I'm sure there are other examples, I'm sure. 
     
    I just think we are getting a little too cute with our justficications. 
     
  4. Ancipital
     
    Yes, that did seem a little silly- I think it's probably statement pricing, though- like the Focal Utopia.
     
    Did anyone reputable (rather than the usual "everything is awesome!!!!one" suspects) ever review the Hifiman SuperMini? I have to admit to being curious..
     
  5. EagleWings
     
    There is a review tour that is about to start or has already started. So we should be seeing some reviews soon.
     
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  6. Mython Contributor
  7. twiceboss
    Hello, I HAVE A PROBLEM here.
     
    Ive used my Mojo for quite some times, Ive just realized that I only get the RED light connection which means only 44Khz sample frequency eventhough i play FLAC files using foobar.
     
    Anything wrong?
     
  8. kejar31

    The red light on the power button only indicates the sample rate of the file.. Not the file type.
     
  9. twiceboss
    What does that mean?
     
    How can I get those other lights?
     
  10. twiceboss
    What does that mean?
     
    How can I get those other lights?
     
  11. maxh22
    If you play anything above CD quality the color will not be red. For example, if you are playing a 24/96 High res file, the light will be green. 
     
  12. spook76
    Once the Mojo is turned on, the power light indicates the sampling rate of the song being played. In order to have the light change to orange (48kHz), yellow (88.2kHz), green (96kHz) etc you need music files at those sampling rates. HDTracks is a good place to look for high resolution albums.
     
  13. kejar31

    That's a bigger question than you realize.. do a quick search on Google or better, YouTube. Jusst know that CD's are 44.1khz (which is the rate that the red light indicates) you can buy FLAC files from hdtracks that are 48, 96 and 192khz not to mention DSD. All of which will change the color of the power button to something other than red.
     
  14. twiceboss
     
     
    WOW, almost a year which I have my Mojo, never try any higher than 44Khz! Well I need to find somewhere now.

    Do you guys know which websites? :D
     
  15. spook76

    HDTracks.com
     

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