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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. salla45
     
    I have read that the signature of the 2000J's is very similar to the K3003's which I am listening to now with Mojo. I can happily say I'm getting no sibilance whatsoever.And this is with the white (treble boost) filters. I find the comply tips help to tame the top end however.
     
    Hope the mojo is as good for you as it is for me, with your Dunus.
     
  2. jcoops16
    I did notice this from following the thread so I ordered mine from hifix, it got dispatched the same day. 
     
  3. xeroian

    Yes, you are quite right not to trust me. (Sarcasm)

    But you have had your own Mojo for a week, what is going on?
     
  4. ksb643
    It's not that I don't trust you.... just m audiophilia nervosa kicking in! It sure doesn't match the color on the box. Been listening for 5 days and love it!
     
  5. grrorr76

    I ordered mine from them to. Communication was great. There were some hold ups but they emailed me to let me know. When they shipped it it came in 4 days from england to australia. So I was very satisfied indeed.
     
  6. ade_hall

    Interesting, did you use a forwarding service or did they send it direct?
     
  7. grrorr76
    nope they sent it direct postage was under 10 pounds. got here in 5 days great value
     
  8. headwhacker
    The problem with buying audio stuff without demoing it first is most likely going to burn you if you don't like how it sound. At least for me.  A lot of reviews are very subjective and contradicting.
     
    I have avoided many products that many have raved so much here and all over the Internet which after trying on a shop I did not find it to my liking.
     
  9. mscott58
    There seems to be a great difference of how "shops" operate here in the States and elsewhere. I cannot think of a single store I could go to in the US to trial a Mojo in person. Almost all the audio stores are gone, even for 2-channel. There's the odd place like Stereo Exchange in NYC, but they only carry certain brands, and Chord is not one of them. Living here in Philadelphia, the fifth largest city and the 7th largest metropolitan area in the whole country, there's not a single head-fi shop. Everything here is done over the internet. I'd love to have a shop where I could go and listen, but the only place we can do so is at shows like CanJam. Just a different business model. So when you hear people from the States saying "just order it and try it" you'll understand that's usually our only option. Cheers 
     
    EDIT - Looking more closely it seems that Stereo Exchange might actually carry Chord, but they don't list the Mojo. 
     
  10. florence
    I don't know whether it is a problem but I ordered mine as a guest and now I only have an order number, that's all. There is no search bar to track the order on the website as guest. I figured out that the only thing I can do is sending emails but as I have said no response so far. Wish I had created an account before I ordered it.
     
  11. ade_hall

    Tax exempt?
     
  12. grrorr76

    absolutely. I paid no tax at all. I paid 330 pounds. Nearly 200 less than local prices.
     
  13. Jazzi
    Yeah, last time I looked they carried the Hugo, and one of the previous posts in this thread was from someone who said he was able to demo the Mojo in the store but was unable to get it to work.
     
  14. Watagump
     
    Oh yeah, think he was trying with a Note 4.
     
  15. Jazzi

    Great memory.  The original post: post #4033
     
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