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

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

    Thanks for the input. Would you think they'd be usable if treated gently in a "transportable" mode? (No obligations)
     
  2. georgelai57

    It was a but a offhand remark that's all on the resurgence of interest in second hand AK100/120/Titan 
     
  3. audionewbi
    Sure but I had a friend who used to own one but it got dropped once and ever since it never supported 24/192 bitstream.
     
  4. ThatPhil
    They'll almost certainly have the exact same finish as the mojo and given chords skill at industrial design i bet they'll find a way to make them look almost seamless when together.
     
  5. audionewbi
    To be fair I believe Chord still has a bit of work to do when it comes to Industrial design. Industrial design isn't all about aesthetic, it is also about ease of use. To me mojo current design makes it less pocket friendly merely because while it is feasible to have at one end the digital connection and at the other end the headphone jack but it is impractical and uncomfortable to do so on the go (as in using it while walking around the city)
     
    I use mojo as a mini desktop when i go to cafe or out in the beach, in that sense it is no problem and infact very easy to use however I have till now not successfully found a way to use mojo on the go in my pocket coat while using any of my sources. At start I thought I shouldn't have a problem but I really cannot find an easy way to do that.
     
    I think Hugo had it for optical and coaxial users.
     
  6. rkt31
    anybody using mojo with beyerdynamic dt880 600ohm version ?
     
  7. Bengkia369
    I love Mojo!

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  8. h1f1add1cted
    So guys, my modded iBasso DX50 (4400 mAh battery + 256 SD card + latest rockbox) paired with MoJo, awesome combo.
     
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    On the other side a 2nd (same modded) iBasso DX50, but paired with iFi micro iDSD.
     
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    If you ask which one is better? Sorry no real answer, I still prefer the iDSD for my full size cans, so choice number one, but with my CIEMs the MoJo is a different performance level, hard to describe, so damn clean output, with zero hiss and zero balance problems ( i.e. of iDSD the analog volume level has channel imbalance under 9 o'clock and the IEMatch I don't like).
     
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  9. Duncan Moderator
    I personally find the ARM2 to have the best UI of any music app, just a shame there is no digital out :frowning2:

    Other than that, why does it matter that the A8 is so powerful? Yes, the AK CPU is a dog, but I'm listening to music, not playing Infinity Blade 3, or using it at NASA to control a space shuttle launch...
     
  10. spook76

    Since most, if not all, of us are using our DAPs simply as digital storage devices to feed the Mojo, I would imagine the only real differences would be found the computer architecture and implementation.

    However, having only doctorates in law and history not engineering or computer science maybe an expert can chime in to gainsay me.
     
  11. x RELIC x Contributor

    That's an add-on....... :wink:
     
  12. spook76
    Hehe true but unnecessary as the space shuttle program was canceled in 2011.
     
  13. jmills8
    Looks cool but it also can be Transported from here to there.
     
  14. x RELIC x Contributor

    So was that add-on. :D
     
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  15. headwhacker
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    The mojo has arrived and charging.
     
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