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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. Light - Man
    What a coincidence, my wife has a restraining order against another mojo being brought into our house.
    She never knows what I might drag in after a few pints out with the guys after work. [​IMG]
  2. Mython Contributor
    Seems there's quite a lot of male head-fiers cheating on their wives, this Christmas, by having secret liasons with audio gear!:
  3. NaiveSound
    What woukd be the best way to have these stay nicely together

  4. alan_g

    big o rings from the d.i.y store
  5. NaiveSound

    What is a DIY store? Where is it at?
  6. Mython Contributor
    DIY means Do It Yourself - in other words, home improvements. Places like Lowes, B&Q, Home Depot, Walmart, etc.
    From the Third post in the thread - you will find the following links, for stacking methods, and where to obtain necessary materials:
    To stack Mojo with your chosen device, you can use:
    1. Large O-rings from an automotive spares supplier (or these, although they may not last very long)
    2. Specialist cycling silicone band
    3. Silicone wristbands
    4. Sticky back velcro (may leave sticky residue on devices, in the event of trying to remove it entirely)
    5. Double-sided self-adhesive foam (may leave sticky residue on devices, in the event of wishing to remove it entirely) If you use single-sided, you'll still need silicone bands as well
    6. Cured silicone (just like single-sided foam, this will need silicone bands, as well)
    7. Thin bead of silicone sealant (warning: don't use this method unless you are familiar with how silicone can be removed correctly)
    Alternatively, you could use a Pelican/Otter case:
    or a soft case:

    Angular Mo and NaiveSound like this.
  7. NaiveSound
    Been listening to dx80 with mojo for hours, I love the sound, non fatiguing, super clear and real


    When I press forward or backward to go from one song to the other from my dx80, the Mojo makes a clicking/popping sound and it sometimes hurts my ears... I don't like that, how can I stop that...
  8. zeddun
    Anybody have a good recommendation for a short cable solution for using the Mojo with my iPhone 6s?  The Apple CCK and the USB cable that came with the Mojo seem a little too long for stacking and portable use.    Thanks. 
  9. Mython Contributor
    Have you read the thread title?
  10. singleended58

    Lavricables from Latvia. It cost $100.
    spook76 likes this.
  11. AudioBear
    +1  Have one on order.
    there's also supposed to be a FiiO L-19 coming but it isn't in the USA yet.\
    and there's http://world.taobao.com/item/44240667193.htm?fromSite=main
    I have one of these on order too.
  12. gssjr
    I'm using Audirvana Plus 2 trial on Late 2013 15" MacBook Pro (Mac OS X El Capitan 10.11.3 Beta) with Chord Mojo and I get random cuts in audio during playback. Mostly happens at beginning song after a few seconds but also happens at any point in the track. Help? System optimizer feature didn't seam to help.
    My settings:
    Native DSD Capability: DSD over PCM standard 1.0 (according to user manual)
    All other settings are default settings:
    Exclusive access mode on
    Direct Mode on
    Integer Mode: Mode 1 on
  13. secretplayer
    Hi. I have just bought my mojo and been trying to test/work with it but with problem: whichever song sample rate chosen, the light indicator remains at the red light in 44KHz (even the song isn't suppose to) -  i.e. downloaded a sample song in DSD 64 and 96KHz format, however my mojo is still showing the red light in 44KHz. Please help!! 
    My current connection is using Laptop(Win10) and headphone via USB. There is sound but the sample rate only shows 44khz red light only. I have already downloaded the foobar 2000; also added the DSD plug in for the software; have switched the mojo into line mode. Is this correct?
    Please help!! Many thanks!
  14. Torq
    If you're using DirectSound output, which is, I believe, the default for Foobar 2000, then your DAC is going to show the sample rate as setup in the Windows Sounds/Mixer settings (Windows will up/downsample any audio to the setting you have here, which is generally something you want to avoid).  You'll need to use WASAPI or ASIO to get your system to output at the native file rate.
    Have you installed the Windows drivers for the Mojo from Chord?
    Once you have, you should be able to select ASIO as the output mode in Foobar 2000 and you should be set.
  15. Mython Contributor
    I suspect this is more likely to be related to the functioning of the DX80 than the Mojo. Have you asked the same question in one of the DX80 threads?
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