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Or yours has a built-in DAP prototype???
it's very tiring to A/B good sound....
has anyone bought from ghentaudio?
just taking a look at some usb to micro b cables as 1.) mojo provides one cable and 2.) i'd like to see if improved cables provide some degree of fidelity beyond what substantial clarity mojo already provides.
it is a cheaper option compared to what qed and audioquest put out, but i haven't heard ghent mentioned around here at all.
50 for 2x 3.3ft cables
versus upwards of 80-100 for the one from either qed or audioquest.
also, wouldn't i only need the one cable for the mojo as the other micro port is meant for recharging the battery?
With the mini speaker thing, and thermal shut off when listening and charging, plus the previous hiss issues, I think I'll wait a while until Chord sorts these out. Kinda want one though.
Is the mini speaker thing common?
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No, it is not at all common (I'm not just saying that - feel free to search the thread and you'll find I am being truthful in anything I've said about Mojo, including this)
Sorry to hear you're experiencing this peculiar issue, but if you take it back to your dealer, I am confident they will do the right thing. If they don't, just contact Chord directly and discuss it with them.
Not for me. I've taken my Mojo and cranked it to the full line-out volume with very recognizable music with lots of strong notes and haven't heard a peep out of it - it's dead quiet when not plugged into any HP's. Sounds like that one unit is either defective or possessed.
I think all of us with rational, logical, minds, know that it is much more likely to be possessed than defective
On the small off-chance that it might be defective, it should be taken back to the dealer, but might be worth stopping by the local church, en route to the dealer, just to be sure...
Can you replace battery in 2 years if it goes bad after warranty?
The warranty is 5 years, I only need to register my Mojo I which bought from a official Chord dealer to Chord and I have now 5 years. Battery is if I'm not wrong only 1 year, but I would guess for some money the will replace them for you if needed.
Although Chord did recently issue the following warning, in relation to potential attempts by intrepid Mojo owners to swap the battery themselves:
you can take heart from this:
The 10 years life has been contested by someone, but even at half that, it's going to provide excellent performance, excellent value for money, and the battery absolutely can be replaced, but only with exactly the same specially-developed battery, from Chord (which they will be happy to do, if it should ever prove necessary).
All you guys pairing your monos w/zx2's can just switch to phones since it's the same thing and I'll trade you my mojo for your zx2 so now you have 2 and don't have to worry about battery issues. Plus mine is completely silent and hiss free. : P
I asked them direct before buying mine and my question was about Mojo & Hugo:
We will provide future battery replacements for all of our products that have them in. We are expecting at least 10 years of decent life out of Hugo (this is 10000 charge cycles, which is down to 20% and back up to 100%). If you keep the unit topped up it will last even longer.
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I had ZX2 and sent back Because it doesn't sound as good as a Mojo (plus other reasons including possible issues with Battery replacement in a ZX2 and stuck ay Android 4.2).