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If anyone can answer my question re working with an iPhone 6S Plus etc, I will buy it immediately .
It says in the manual you would still need a CCK cable for the mojo and idevices.
LOL - if you buy one, I don't think you'd have any difficulty selling it on
How does it compare to the Oppo HA-2 (which I currently have)?
Any Lightning male to microUSB male cables out there?
Looks and usability I prefer the Oppo. Sound wise the mojo wins hands down.
Need to listen to it more, but it really powerful and drives my Pm2 much better compared to the Ha2.
It's definitely worth upgrading to the mojo for sound and power. It's just not as sleek looking as the Ha2.
Yeah, the look... One could say it has personality.
It is unorthodox - much like most Chord gear. No denying that.
But the build quality is really nice. Look at the attention to detail on the bottom of the unit, for example:
I am absolutely certain that it will pass Chord's infamous 'tank test', in due course... :
There's a link on the shard event link/thread to a cable supplier which has been tried with the Hugo and works so no need to use the CCK. I think it's around £69 but waiting for supply to start again
It's quite bulky when attached to my phones. I'll post pictures up later. The oppo would win when stacking with phones. The mojo just looks odd when stacking, unless you have the AK100.
Yeah I got caught out with the volume control. It seems to take a few seconds after adjusting the volume for it to take effect.
Anybody using the Mojo to drive full size headphones? Does it have the Sabre nasties, or has it been cleaned up, and how does the amp sound versus some of the better ones on the market, say Vorzuge?
I'll report tonight with the LCD-2.2 (non-fazor).
Thanks, appreciated, would also love to read your thoughts on how the amp compares to your Alo Rx, and one of these days the Liquid Carbon.
You can also bet I'll compare the DAC-19 to the MoJo FPGA as well. :wink_face:
I can guarantee you the MoJo is magnitudes more powerful than the Rx.