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We at chord looked at those adaptors but decided they were very likely to potentially put a lot of sheer force right into the most fragile part of to USB Connectors in our unit. tthis is why we made our adaptor substantially larger to accommodate tour points of connection into Mojo and a cupped end to ensure damaging forces are less likely to be transferred into any single USB socket. The tooling for this part is very nearly finished so it should be available soon,
Input welcomed please. My Ether C order is on the way, but want to upgrade my portable rig. I've both the Sony ZX2 and AK120 II. Currently I've got the ZX2 rigged with ALO MK3-B balanced to Headphone. I'm considering getting either the Sony PHA-3 or Cord Mojo and wondering which will give better bass slam/impact to the Ether-C?
@Mojo ideas please can you tell me whether the Mojo USB input is asynchronous.
John, thanks for the heads up. If I use it at all now I'll be careful with it.
I think you'll find with so few Ether C in the wild that nobody is going to be able to give you real feedback on it's pairing with different DAC/amp units. My C sounds good with my Mojo, but I can't comment on the PHA-3.
Yes it is.
See my post http://www.head-fi.org/t/784602/chord-mojo-the-official-thread/3495#post_12044746 for more info.
Yes it is and fully immune to jitter too! John F.
with clayx m and Hugo I don't have the same experience.
Got my old android z1 compact phone to play nice.
Nice compact player
Are you saying you find the SQ at lower/softer volume better than on louder volume?
that won't be a surprise, all components do. the louder the volume, there will be more distortion - unless there is wayyy overhead room
I think someone let go a distortion can of worms
I have just managed to catch up reading all the posts. Personally, I have no DAP, I use mobile phones with the Mojo. And I test and use tons. Currently, Sony Z5 Compact, Huawei G8, iPhone 6S Plus (main phone) and some other phones under NDA.
There is a lot of comments about RF interference. I get none using any of the phones. Why? I don't stack em. I even sit on the sofa say with my iPhone 6S Plus browsing, reading emails, Facebook, instagram whilst listening to the Mojo.
I don't spend millions are the shortest cable possible either. Gives me flexibility on where and how I use my phone.
I understand this may not be what everyone wants to do ie not stack etc.. I do have the devices side by side and that works btw.
They come across as more linear.