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

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
  1. miketlse
    If you have GoFigure working, and the Poly working, you can check and post what version of the Poly firmware is installed. That contextual info can help anyone here who tries to suggest any solutions for you.
     
  2. ubs28
    I don't care about a cheaper Mojo. I am only interested in a Mojo 2 that sounds correct.

    I'm only tolerating the strange tonal balance of the Mojo because my Hugo 2 isn't portable and it is older technology. But it is time Chord aligns the Mojo to the Hugo 2 at least with an update.

    I know a lot of people like how the Mojo sounds, but according to my ears it doesn't sound neutral to me.
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2019
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  3. Devodonaldson
    Definitely not neutral. A little warm, I believe. Wasn't that the point?
     
  4. jarnopp
    Oh jeez no! I love Mojo, as I do TT2. I would never trade its sound for Hugo2, which I tried and wasn’t for me. I don’t find it overly warm are rolled off at all.
     
  5. Deftone
    Thats why you dont like the Hugo then if you think Mojo sounds flat.
     
  6. jarnopp
    Somehow I think it’s more tonality than frequency response, but not sure what would cause one effect vs another (or if they may be the Sam thing).
     
  7. Deftone
    I'm not sure either, it measures flat but it definitely doesn't sound it. @JaZZ recently described the tonality perfectly and drew small graph of how it sounds. Rolled off sub, mid bass hump and rolled off high.
     
  8. GreenBow
    I would take Hugo 2 over Mojo every day of the week, and I love the Mojo.
     
  9. daveathall
    Thank you, I am happy that I seem to be mastering it, I must admit, it was a bit daunting but, in the end, seemed to go well.

    [​IMG]
     
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  10. masterpfa
    Your plans for concealment have me in stiches

    PS hide your credit card bill/bank statement as that ringing will not be a Timpani Drums in the back row of the orchestra but you head and a wooden spoon making connection

    :ksc75smile:
     
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  11. danblakemore
    Just got a mojo and was going to use it with the iPhone XR, however for ease another possibility would be to buy a sim free phone to use as a music only player.

    would this be a decent transport for the mojo?
    I will be using amazon hd and Qobuz apps, downloading offline music into the sim free phone.
     
  12. joshnor713
    Just bear in mind that if it's an Android phone, you won't get bit-perfect into the Mojo. Android still annoyingly upscales the sample rate (iphone doesn't). There's the UAPP option, but that won't let you do offline.
     
  13. Devodonaldson
    I use a used iPhone 7 256gb that I got on eBay. Definitely great transport for just about any portable DAC, as it outputs bit perfect through the lightning cable for Qobuz, and Tidal. Amazon isn't, but that is the apps problem right now.
     
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  14. joshnor713
    That's a good idea, thanks. I mean, another device to carry around and charge, but not a big deal to me.
     
  15. Matpar
    Check out also xduoo xt10 II, we wrote about It earlier on.. It costs less than a smartphone and It Is a "clean" source that can be fed also via BT and controlled (HiBy music).
     

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