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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. xeroian

    Whether sooty or sorry I am perfectly happy with your response, thank you.

    However I think if you have not done so already you should have a word with Noel. His review contains a number of inaccuracies, perhaps you plied him with too much wine at the Shard! (Apologies if he is TT).

    ATB Ian
     
  2. cho8

    Actually haven't used the Mojo much with Encores. Have used K10's(sound great!) and Ultrasone ed.5 mainly. Everything's being run in slowly so will get to them eventually but the few times I've tried them have noticed a bit more space and much more 'solid' sound from them. Next step is to fit new Linux cables when they produce the superbax
     
  3. mathi8vadhanan
    Hi JF,
    Could you show us a prototype or design sketch?
    I love my HUGO, but the leather case was a design disaster. Wish you would run the case design past actual users, before finalizing it.
     
  4. haens
    so MoJo cant be used with the coax cable that was with DX90? I am little bit confused...
     
    edit: this was meant as reply to the post of derGabe with the pic of DX90 and MoJo :)
     
  5. elnero
     
    I don't have a Mojo (yet) but I'm hoping to see a sexy leather case for it. :wink:
     
  6. mathi8vadhanan
    Yes, you can't use the included cable without an adapter. Included cable has a RCA male jack (right side) at one end. 
    For Mojo, you need the mono jack (left side) at both ends.
     
    image.jpg
     
    You need this adapter for the ibasso cable (top).
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  7. Bones13 Contributor
    Mine arrived from Moon-Audio today. As I am travelling this weekend, I am really looking forward to listening some to this DAC/AMP. Smaller than expected, sounds pretty good right out of the box.
     
    Solidly built, very high quality enclosure. I don't plan on opening it up.
     
    I would also welcome a snazzy leather protection case.
     
  8. Mojo ideas
    image.jpg now this is one option actually it's option 2
     
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  9. jamato8 Contributor
    If the case fits nice and snug like the cases that are being made in Korea for different daps (they are very high quality), you wouldn't need the strap and magnet closure. One less thing to be in the way. 
     
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  10. derGabe
    Dont worry. No competition. Just a random german dude who wants to help people who had the same problem with finding good interconnects for their devices.
     
  11. Mython Contributor
     
     
    Maybe, but the problem for Chord is that they can't reasonably be expected to put customers Mojos at risk, if the friction of the slip-case fails for some reason...
     
    Hence, the probable need to include a strap+fastener
     
  12. Mojo ideas
    image.jpg . This one is option 3 our favourite option one was disregarded earlier
     
  13. mathi8vadhanan
    Thanks, JF. Looks nice. But, the flap is going to cover USB charging port.
    +1 on @jamato8's suggestion. AK100 style case, would be perfect. Two holes at bottom for headphone out and the other side (inputs) completely open.
     
  14. Mython Contributor
     
     
    That one looks nice, John. Is it made from semi-rigid plastic?
     
  15. jamato8 Contributor

    Well I have used the cases on the AK100, the iBasso DX50 and 90 and never had the dap move unless I pushed it out of the case. I understand what you are saying but I don't think it would be an issue. The Ak100II comes with a case that is a slip on and it has never budged unless I push the dap out of the case. 
     
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