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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. Ike1985
  2. musicheaven

    I am impressed but no one buys phones according to Mojo requirements, that's giving them too much power over phone purchases, I am sure Apple would not be too impressed with such a list. I would add the different DAP one can use and their digital connections available so prospective buyers can make a choice on the DAP to strap onto the Mojo. Also, as pointed out, the cabling needed for a proper connection between the two devices.
     
  3. IronLung
    I have interferences with my hugo if I enable LTE (4g) option.
     
  4. Ike1985
     
    I plan to buy my next phone based on how it works with the mojo since most of the use of my phone is for listening to music at work(for me it'll either be the Samsung s7, xperia z5c or HTC ONE M10).  Consider as well that the MOJO will be endgame for me, I have no interest in purchasing any audiophile gear beyond it-I already have TOTL CIEMs, I have no interest in headphones or desktop rigs.  Also this spreadsheet isn't made for everyone in the world, it's for audiophiles and I do believe audiophiles would have an interest in which phone has the least amount of interference with the mojo. 
     
    Cables are already accounted for in the spreadsheet. 
     
    Only DAP's that utilize cellular data are relevant to the spreadsheet as it's about interference only.
     
    Don't care what apple thinks about anything.
     
  5. rmullins08
    I wouldn't expect people to buy a phone based on Mojo's requirements, but it could still be useful if someone has a Mojo and interference with their phone to have a resource they can look at to see if other people have the issue.  Better than doing a roll call in the thread.
     
  6. Ike1985
     
    Interesting but remember, the spreadsheet is for mojo only. thanks
     
  7. salla45
    I don't think Apple would have the slightest interest in it, lol. However, if it ever dented the sales of Iphones appreciably perhaps they'd do something tangible to improve screening, can only be a good thing in my book :)
     
    And... I personally would certainly consider my next phone purchase with a view to compatibility. They're all similar in my book anyhow these days, nondescript black slabs that they are.
     
  8. musicheaven

    Certainly a good decision if UI is not an issue with you and you're not used to or attached to your old/new phone. Kind a wondering why there are so many millions of iPhones around? But I got your point.
     
  9. Watagump
     
    Well, they are phones first and foremost. More like little computers really. The majority who use them to listen to music, are not like us psychos looking to squeeze every single micro of better sound out of them. I personally keep things separate, by TV is my TV, my computer monitor is my computer monitor, my phone is my phone and my DX90 plays my music.
     
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  10. musicheaven

    Thought I was alone thinking along those lines :wink:

    Same here!
     
  11. mathi8vadhanan
  12. musicheaven
    It's nice to see Chord sprucing the economy by selling cross-related products indirectly similar to hot dogs stands selling mustard or ketchup on the side. So when buying a Mojo, owner automatically goes out and buys iRiver AK 100, 120 and 240. That's what I call an economy multiplier. Kudos Chord what a team, sure you should ask iRever part of their earnings. :D
     
  13. mscott58
    My phone is my business lifeline, and I need to have it fully accessible 24/7. Anything that gets in the way of using it or drains its battery is a no, no. For travel I have my Pelican 1040 case with my portable stack and my K10's. Portable stack used to be a Fiio X3 and ALO Rx, and is currently the AK100 and Mojo. 
     
    Just took it on my first major business trip and the Mojo/AK100 stack worked perfectly. The Mojo stack is a little heavier, but is also more compact. Here's the measurements:
     
    Fiio X3/ALO Rx (with SXC22 jumper) = 5" H x 2 1/4" W x 1 3/8" D, 9 1/8 ounces.
     
    AK100/Mojo (with Sys Concepts 2.2mm) = 3.5" H x 2 3/8" W x 1 1/2" D, 11 1/8 ounces
     
    Both stacks fit in the 1040 case with room for my K10 customs. 
     
    Good stuff on the road, with no worrying about my phone! 
     
    Cheers 
     
  14. taz23

    And you still cannot get it to switch on? If so, I am afraid you will have to get it exchanged.

    (I am getting mine exchanged due to the hissing problem.)
     
  15. headwhacker
    A smartphone's best feature is as a phone and as a portable internet device. Dedicated portable gaming device is essentially dead because smartphones nowadays can do that function well. The modern smartphone has consolidated a lot of functions that used to be provided by dedicated devices. Enjoying music is different from other forms of personal/portable entertainment because you don't want even the slightest annoyance/interruptions or it ruins the experience.
     
    This is something a smartphones can't do. Give the same experience and functions as a phone at the same time. This is why imo the dedicated DAP market is thriving.
     
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