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

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. Music Alchemist
     
    Eh? Money is not an issue. I just don't use smartphones.
     
  2. equedadoii
     
    pardon my lack of the particulars:
    is there any reason to use xlr vs rca?
     
    is an adapter necessary?
    i had always thought i'd just buy an xlr or rca cable and connect it from the 1/8 jack to the speaker, the f5.
    why the need for an adapter?
     
    maybe i'm reading too much into this, but i'm not actually activating preamp/dac mode on the mojo am i?
    what other mode is there?
     
    again, pardon my ig.
     
  3. qrtas

    I don't think I understand your question. These 2 connections are totally different.

    IMG_6157.jpg

    IMG_6158.jpg

    What type of connections do your speakers have?

    If if doesn't fit, it doesn't work :)
    IMG_6159.jpg
     
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  4. canali
     
     
    yes THIS..my apologies for not being clear...there are xlr and rca...depends on speaker imputs.
    my speakers have both...i went RCA
     
  5. traehekat

    I ordered both of these cables a couple days ago:

    http://penonaudio.com/Lightning-Pure-Silver-Decoding-Cable

    http://penonaudio.com/L19-Lightning-to-Micro-USB?search=Lightning%20usb

    I'll let you guys know what I think when they come in.



    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
     
  6. qrtas
    I found this. It might be helpful. By coincidence the company is called "The Chord Company"
     
    They have some info about RCA vs XLR.
     
    http://www.chord.co.uk/help-and-information/xlr-vs-rca/
     
  7. miketlse
     
    The Chord cable company and Chord Electronics are two completely different companies.
     
  8. rwelles
    Following up on the topic of (excessive) volume, the Washington Post just posted an article on a CDC report. Hearing loss is a real thing and very wide spread.
     
    It is especially insidious because you don't sense it until it's too late. Not unlike the frog in the slowly warming pot of water...
     
  9. qrtas
    Yes, tha

    Yes, that is the reason I said "by coincidence" Is the information about xlr vs Rca I was sharing :)
     
  10. canali
    to understand the diffs
    https://www.google.ca/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=rca+vs+xlr+cables
     
  11. petezjunior
    Anyone have suggestions on a micro USB for my iPhone out of the mojo? Sorry just need a decent cable under 50 I have my cck already. Don't need other types of cables just a solid micro USB for my mojo. Thanks
     
  12. Bulbsofpassion
    If you want some thing short just use the one that comes with Mojo.
    If you want something longer that's easily available get an Anker Powerline.
    If you want something with ferrite cores built in get the Sony EC-450.
     
  13. SearchOfSub


    Hugo is clearly better to me than Mojo in all areas. If between Mojo and Hugo, I'd get the used Hugo. But then again when Hugo2 comes out you'll wanna get the Hugo 2 so id just wait and get the latest if reviews are good. (Highly doubt reviews will be bad.)
     
  14. SearchOfSub



    Schiit gear have always been gobs of power low quality gear in my experience.
     
  15. audionewbi
    So where I live chord poly cost more than chord mojo. 
     
    http://www.apollohifi.com.au/chord-electronics-poly-network-module-for-mojo-preorder-now.html
     

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