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for iems also try FLC 8S for US$200 or so used.....imo were almost as good as the AK-T8ie
After years with an android, and being very happy with UAPP, I’ve just bought an iPhone and no idea what an equivalent iOS app is.
Any suggestions? I’d like to be able to play music stores locally on the phone, and also stream from my NAS when at home.
All my music is FLAC, including some 192 hi-res files.
What apps are you all using?
Roon support Mojo multi bitrate and Tidal.
But sincerely I use 90% tidal app alone and only sometimes Roon (for headphone listening + mojo).
Appreciate the response, but I’m probably after a solution in the sub-$500 price range haha
Maybe I didn’t get the question.
Roon is 100 dollars/year while tidal is optional.
Roon works with ios and the flac you have in the computer.
I have other advices for ios but roon seem the better, just ask.
Hibymusic is available on iOS, if ever I went to the Apple darkside I would start there. It's cheaper than Roon too.
He could try neutron, onkyo, even foobar with the monkeymote plugin.
Some will not respect the bitrate and other will not connect to a server. There are many stuff to try.
Somebody here which prefer Mojo “alone” solution instead to muscolar amps (crack jot etc.) for around ear high impedance (say 300ohm) headphones?
I am struggling with myself if burn in my brain t accept the polite mojo-hd 650 pairing or if to fall into “good plenty of watts) amp solution and stick with it.
I just connected my Mojo to my huge Altec 604E speakers.
Cool but I meant headphones, lol.
But, thinking, I'd like to try a couple of Klipsch Heresy III or something else very high effincency, and then iPhone>Roon endpoint>Mojo>Speakers.
Yes! I really like the Atticus with Mojo. (More than with the R2R 11)
Does someone know a way to attach the mojo to my desk so it won't fall off if I accidentallyI pull on the cable of my headphones?
I already destroyed a mojo that way and I don't want it to happen again...
The Mojo should not be permanently attached to it.
It's a bit basic, but I suppose a big chunk of Blu-Tack might do what you need
Self-adhesive Velcro might also do the trick, but it's more difficult to remove from Mojo if you no longer want to use it.
You could easily have a metal fabricator make a one off polished steel or aluminum frame. Like an ashtray but with the appropriate cut outs for the cables. Put some nonslip feet on it and you're sorted.
Or glue a plastic tray to the table, and place the mojo in the tray.
An alternative view on things, would be to get a longer headphone cable - long enough that you don't pull on the mojo.