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

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. majo123
    Thanks, i have tried 3 different transports, galaxy s7 which I thought was awful , I read some comments on the net of people saying they can't tell the difference from there phone, with that pairing I agree.
    Fiio x7 through micro usb again for me mediocre but better .
    Opus1 is a lot better but optical and doesn't bypass internal dac can sound on the very odd occasion a bit too processed.
    Best use so far from me is laptop.
    I'm thinking of buy the m1
     
  2. x RELIC x Contributor
    Just to clear things up here in case it confuses others... If the signal goes through the Opus1’s DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter) then the Mojo would not be able to decode it because it would be an analogue signal if it went through the DAC of the Opus1. Optical output is digital and there is no way to output an analogue signal from the Opus1’s DAC through optical.

    So no, the Opus1 DAC is not used to output the signal through optical to the Mojo.
     
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2018
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  3. majo123
    I stand corrected...Thanks dude didn't know that.
     
  4. JeremyLaurenson
    I am already 2 single port CCKs in.... not sure I want to go fork more money over.

    Anyone with an iPhoneX and regular CCK?
     
  5. Gosod
    Mojo - works with the fiio L5 cable?
     
  6. miketlse
  7. Gosod
  8. JeremyLaurenson
    No, not at all.
     
  9. Gosod
    If it can work with the cable that is in the picture then why can't he work with the cable from the L5? don't understand.
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  10. mathi8vadhanan
    Mojo cannot accept analog input. L5 is analog line out for walkman.
    For Digital out from walkman to mojo you need Fiio's L27.
    http://www.fiio.net/en/products/80

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  11. GreenBow
    @mathi8vadhanan

    I read that the ZX300 works Mojo. Even better it works with the standard connector cable that is easy to source. I read it in the Head-Fi ZX300 thread.
     
  12. esm87
    Hi guys, I have the mojo. I want to sell it as a bundle with ny sony EX800st and JVC SZ1000.

    How do I upload to sell it? Can I do it off my phone or do I have to do it through a computer?

    Appreciate any PM's on how to do this.

    Cheers
     
  13. lwells
    It depends on how much your enjoyment is dependent on your perception of the reproduction's qualities.

    If the setup you are describing sounded amazing to you, than this device might not be worth your time. However, you're here reading about it so a part of you is considering the idea that it is worth your time. Only you can answer that. You're probably going to hear to hear it yourself.
     
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  14. spark plugs.
    i do. no clicking for me. only issue i have is that the mojo gets a ton of interference from the iphone if i keep them too close. a real bummer for my portable rig
     
  15. Dana Reed
    I have also noticed this interference and the only ways to get rid of it is for me to put the iphone in airplane mode, or to put them in separate pockets with a cable between. (Neither ideal solutions).
    I ordered a walkman cable adapter from Sony to connect my NWZ-A17 that should arrive in a couple weeks. As long as I have bluetooth turned off and the FM tuner off, there shouldn't be any RF issues with that one. Mainly I hope that the sony cable slides into the Chord USB adapter with the same fit as the Apple CCK (otherwise some "shaving" of the plastic housing on that cable may be necessary). Anyone tried to use the Sony WMC-NWH10 with the Chord USB adapter? From the picture, the USB female end looks a little bulkier than the Apple one.

    **edit** Forgot to mention that I always heard this same RF interference with the Oppo HA-2 and iPhone SE as well.
     
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2018

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