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

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. maxh22

    I was testing the Bluetooth on the Hugo on the NYC Subway and I have to say the sound is quite good! I'm not missing much of anything compared to a wired connection. I did get the occasional pops when I moved Hugo further down into my bag but it went away almost as soon as I heard them. So Apt-X is pretty good. I'm assuming Poly will come with Apt X HD which is the new and improved version that also supports Hi res. So to some things up, even if you have to use bluetooth apt x things will sound good and enjoyable :)
     
  2. GreenBow
     
    I don't know what you mean. I want a DAP so I can play music without the Mojo at times, as I said which you quoted.
     
    @jmills8 yeah I know. The A15 does about seven hours on the Mojo.  It was ages ago it was mentioned in this thread. Not many folk talked about Sony DAPs/Mojo-pair, much at all since.
     
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  3. Music Alchemist
     
    Music without the Mojo?!
     
    [​IMG] 
     
  4. maxh22

    I was talking about the Mojo Poly combo. Even if you have to use Bluetooth it will sound great and much better than from the phone
     
  5. TheTrace
    I think it's because of the latter, asked in the NH thread just to confirm.

    Thank you.
     
  6. RPB65

    As replied earlier, it would be a bit crazy for Apple to break this when there is no reason to. 
    They have broken it with iOS 10.3 Beta 1 though. Oops. 
     
  7. venton
    Yeah that makes me nervous. I wonder if it broke for all Dacs or just Mojo.
     
  8. RPB65

    I dont fret about it. I install a lot of Beta's that normally just break the Lavricable to Mojo. This is the first time it has ever broken the CCK to Mojo.
    Just remember, these are Beta's and not releases. I would be more than shocked if Apple ever released iOS that breaks the CCK.
     
  9. miketlse
     
    I think there are often reports of the beta versions stopping many dacs or music players from working, but these issues get reported via the developer forums, and the full version of the code works properly. One or two of the posters on the Chord threads are involved with the developer forums, so the issues do get reported.
     
    Overall, each mojo user has to make their own choice, whether to be an early adopter of beta code and risk experiencing bug issues, or wait for the final release of code.
     
  10. Music Alchemist
    http://www.chordelectronics.co.uk/our-team/
     
    I didn't check out this link until now. It's cool to see the people behind the company.
     
  11. miketlse
    yes, but it also reinforces the relatively small size of the chord product development team, so it is physically impossible for them to update all the chord dac product line at the same time - so they have to update one product at a time.
    Sadly post CES, some posters have complained that not every product is being updated yet (plus the several versions of MScalar) - there are only so many hours in a day. [​IMG]
     
  12. Mojo ideas
    There can be no logical reason for this to happen in particular to Mojo over any other Dac
     
  13. xeroian

    In what way is it broken? I just updated my test device (iPhone5) and it seems to be working fine with Hugo and Mojo using either the USB2 or USB3 CCK.
     
  14. RPB65

    The explanation really is in my post you know.
    Broken as in does not work. Has deceased. It is a dead cable! This cable no longer works! It is a non cable.
    And you are quite right that your iPhone 5 will be the same as my iPhone 6S+ once updated.
     
  15. xeroian
    Try reading my post again rather than turning nasty. I updated my iPhone 5 to 10.3 beta 1 JUST TO HELP YOU and I am telling you it works fine. Okay?
     
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