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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. psikey
    I could use bubbleupnp to stream Google Music to UAPP and even though that also supported Tidal it never showed in UAPP. So pleased its now been added, just updated and will now give it a try with my Mojo/Note 4.
  2. purdah
    After making my own up with coax I would not use it again if I were to make a X3ii to Mojo cable.
    I would use Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cable as there is little difference between the two cable types if you are only talking about interference.
    At the fiio trrs end, connect the signal wire and ground twisted pairs up to the ring and sleeve, and cut back the shield so that it does not touch the crimping sleeve.
    At the mono (mojo) end connect the signal wire to the tip, and then connect BOTH the ground wire and shield to the sleeve of the mono plug.
    The shield is still grounded and provides the protection from interference, and it makes the job of wiring the trrs connector so much easier as you do not have to do anything special with the cable shielding to get it to not (as is normal) touch the sleeve of the trrs connector.
  3. psikey
    USB Audio Player Pro.......awesome app ! 
    I not only now have the perfect mobile setup but now works great as my main docked home system streaming HiFi Tidal.
    Note 4/Mojo/SE846's/UAAP/Dock/Tidal 
    Note 4 & Mojo being powered while in the Dock with dock acting as OTG to Mojo
  4. imattersuk
    Been an interesting couple of hours, UAPP vs Onkyo HF vs Hiby........and the clear winner to my ears is...........Hiby .
    More detail, better separation, highs sound sweet, bass weightier.
    I could be wrong but I now suspect Onkyo HF is adding something or employing some kind of equalization.
    UAPP sounds rather flat.
  5. psikey
    Also did that test and couldn't notice any difference. If the app is doing its job/setup correctly it should'nt be altering the file in anyway and just forwarding it to the Mojo to handle.

    Just listening to a 256DSD now with Note4/UAPP/Mojo and sounds identical to output from a PC/Mojo with JRIVER when that's been set correctly for DSD playback.

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  6. singleended58

    How much does it cost ?
  7. ksb643
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  9. beemarman
    Damm!! Got an email today saying it works with ios 9.1 and it's now available. 
    So it doesn't work with ios 9.1?
  10. ksb643
  11. psikey
    Did you get sorted? Bitstreaming needs setting to DSD and all frequency settings set to none apart from onea over 768kHz which set to downs ample to 768.

    I think the 256DSD wouldn't play because over 768kHz but setting that to 4 DSD in other option and disabling Bitstreaming got that playing better than down sampling with Mojo showing g white.
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  13. Tony1110
    Tital works flawlessly with UAPP through my S5 and Mojo. Best of all, zero interference from the phone being transmitted to the Mojo - even when they're right next to each other. They just need to get that offline mode sorted, and I'm sure they will.
  14. obsidyen

    Exactly. That's why you think Dragonfly is as good as Mojo. You're used to its sound signature and can't feel the difference in quality. You should listen to Mojo exclusively for many hours (at least 50 hours) than go back to Dragonfly, then you'll hear the difference.
  15. OK-Guy

    time for a commercial break, the new JL Chrismas advert... tissues required as per... [​IMG]
    btw... they made £18mill in penguin sales last xmas... not a bad profit for a £6mill ad. 
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