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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. McCol
     
    A wee bump for own post to catch uk users who may have an answer to this.
     
  2. soundblast75
    I get 8h with zx100, the Sony actually keeps going after, but im wondering if that wm-port does indeed drain the power more than necessary.anyhow,im trying Questyles optical out this week,lets see if I get more juice out of Mojo that way.
    What my ears know tho is how much better the Sony sounds over AK100ii with Mojo
    And also A15 was much much worse digital out than zx100,same cable and configuration(in case one assumes its the same out of any Sony via digital)
     
  3. AndrewH13
     
    Hi Highfell, here's one from Custom Cable in Surrey
     
    http://www.custom-cable.co.uk/custom-cable-cc35-3.5mm-coaxial-cable.html
     
    I'm actually using the iBasso cable with a phono adapter but am swopping between Mojo and Hugo.
     
  4. headwhacker
     
    Smartphone makers do not design the devices they make to be stacked with another device. Hence, they have a higher tolerance of RF interference. IMO it's up to the external device makers to make the proper insulation since they supplement a function that already exist in smartphones.
     
  5. AndrewH13
     
    Far cheaper in UK to get Fiio X5 i or ii?  Admit, if those US prices were available here, I might be tempted, though I do find DX90 and X5 great matches for the Hugo and Mojo. I have one attached to each, but now cant lend a DAP to my wife.
     
    How many DAPs does one need? [​IMG]
     
  6. headwhacker
     
    You can never have enough DAPs lol [​IMG].  
     
    Speaking of which, I just snapped up an AK120 Titan off Amazon. 
     
  7. NZtechfreak

    Agree, if the device is specifically intended for a smartphone audience like the Mojo (and there is no doubt Chord are claiming that). Agree with others here that this aspect isn't really good enough. Fortunately there is no noise with my Note 4, but I won't be happy if I buy a new phone and have issues.
     
  8. audionewbi
    I'll wait for other future option, I am not a fan of optical from my AK120. Optical in general is too fragile. All you need is a bit of scratch on either the optical surface and there goes 24/192 support. The cleanest option is coaxial, USB is also too messy due to all that various necessity for OTG and CCK cable.
     
  9. McCol
     



    I did look at those but I've owned both the DX90 and X5 in the past, fancied trying something new with the Mojo but may well go down that route or possibly the new DX80 if it gets good reviews.
     
  10. stewboss
     
    You were straight after me!
     
    Still nothing........
     
  11. x RELIC x Contributor

    Didn't Rob already mention that the Mojo is well insulated and it's the cable that acts as an antennae for RF / EMI. When I tested it I only had noise, pops, clicks when on 2G/Edge networks and WiFi didn't interfere with the signal AFAIK. The killer for me was getting a message on my phone and hearing it through the Mojo. Last time I want listen to my phone ring through my headphones. Easy decision for me after that to use airplane mode, or a DAP.
     
  12. lextek Contributor
    I wonder if switching on the "do not disturb" function of the iPhone help.
     
  13. headwhacker
    It would take a bit of effort to scratch that optical tip.
     
  14. rq1111
    Hi Taz23, i saw the charger is 1amp. But till now the charger light seems to be always on. I think there is something wrong.
     
  15. KT66
    Got my Mojo working!
     
    As requested photos of Sony Z5 mobile working with Mojo.
     
     
    Playing Bob Marley 24/192, Chris Von-Scheidern 16/44 and Marvin Gaye DFF/DSD 2.8
     
    WP_20151103_10_35_29_Pro1.jpg
    WP_20151103_10_36_16_Pro1.jpg
     
    WP_20151103_10_36_58_Pro1.jpg
     
    WP_20151103_10_37_30_Pro1.jpg
     
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