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

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. Bengkia369

    Sorry to break your ice, Sennheiser HD650 ain't a endgame headphone, there are many great headphones out there that surpassed this aging headphone that is more than 20 years. This headphone shows it age.
    Mojo is great no doubt but it had no match compared with Hugo which have more depth and transparency. I have both Mojo and Hugo and I find Hugo to be very much superior compared to Mojo.
     
  2. jmills8
    There is no such thing as "end game" especially if you are reading about new things.
     
  3. Bengkia369

    True to certain extent but my opinion stays true as well.
     
  4. seamon
    After ordering the mojo from Amazon.de using only google translate to browse through the thick German waves, I realized that I can change Amazon.de's language to English. :|
     
  5. FiJAAS

    I have a question. How would the warranty work here in the states?
     
  6. seamon
    I would probably have to contact Chord USA. They should offer warranty on their products. Besides, unless the mojo doesn't work out of box perfectly, there's actually very few reasons to consider warranty. Warranty actually covers very little if you read the fine details.
     
  7. betula
    There seem to be a disagreement whether Mojo is able to drive the 650s to their full potential. On paper it does, but comments show, not everyone agrees. (There might be some confusion between coloration by an amp and driving headphones to their full potential though.)
    Unfortunately I have not tried the 650s with Mojo, so I can not comment on this. I found Mojo absolutely brilliant with everything so far, although have not tried it with 300Ω+ headphones.
     
    Everything can be endgame and nothing really is endgame. Who are we to decide where the journey ends for others? :)
    I am not sure, you surprise anyone saying £1400 Hugo sounds better than £399 Mojo.
     
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  8. grrraymond
    If it wasn't clear, I meant 'endgame' subjectively, for me. I want something 'good enough' for the rare occasions I get to sit down and listen to music. If it's not a subjective term, I don't see that 'endgame' means anything at all.

    BH Crack with HD-650 was endgame for me but a new baby and changes to living arrangements meant I sold them as they got no use. A couple of years down the line, I'm looking for something convenient but quality to replace that setup. The HD-650 scale extremely well with the right amping but my impression is that the Mojo barely pushes them above the standard line out.

    Thanks for the replies, gents. Anyone got any good recommendations then for a laid back musical sig? HD-800 or am I flogging a dead horse with the Senns?
     
  9. music4mhell
    AQ Nighthawk ?
     
  10. Bengkia369

    He was mentioning "endgame" rig here, therefore I'm saying Mojo is still not the best yet for portables, Hugo still tops.
     
  11. betula

    All I said was endgame means something else for everyone. For you it seems to be Hugo. There is no ultimate or objective endgame. Some people also prefer Mojo to Hugo, so even price becomes relatively irrelevant after a certain point.
     
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  12. Mython Contributor
     
     
     
    Hmmm... now you are putting me in a quandry...
     
    I definitely wouldn't wish to confuse international customers searching for the thread....
     
  13. Mython Contributor
     
     
    If you order a Mojo from outside the USA (in your example, Germany), then, in the event of a warranty issue, you would need to return it to Germany, at your own expense. A USA dealer would not be liable to fulfil the warranty unless it was originally purchased in the USA.
     
  14. vapman
    Luckily the Mojo fits in a small flat rate box so even if you have to pay shipping to Europe and back, that's no more than $50-60 both ways, even with registered shipping included. so at ~430 USD you're still getting a good deal if you have to send it back once for warranty... not like shipping in the usa for warranty is free. But int'l shipping is a pain.
     
  15. miketlse
     
    Your contract is with your dealer (who should be your first contact), who presumably is also in germany.
    So if a return was required, you would have to return your Mojo to germany.
     
    It is a PITA, but that is one downside of buying anything internationally, in order to save on the price.
     

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