1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

    Dismiss Notice

Chord Mojo DAC-amp ☆★►FAQ in 3rd post!◄★☆

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Mython, Oct 14, 2015.
First
 
Back
621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630
632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641
Next
 
Last
  1. masterpfa
    Not quite your age, but have had my hearing tested and I have suffered some degree of hearing loss. All the same I personally bought blind on the strength of HiFi mag reviews but I did not join or read this thread until I had my Mojo for about 2 weeks.
    I have not regretted my decision in the slightest, but the jump in quality from my previous equipment was substantial IMO coming from a Fiio DAC/AMP E18. I do believe you will hear a difference
     
    If OneTallGuy is in a position to purchase this, go for it I say a more than worthwhile investment for most and hopefully for them too
     
    Don't you just love that (my wallet disagrees as I have just bought my 4th set of eartips in 2 days)
     
  2. Deftone
    you left it in the box sealed for over 9 weeks...
     
    Amsterdam likes this.
  3. zambz
    Hey guys, I got a new OTA cable today (a cheapie from eBay) as shown here: 
     
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/281257441784?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
     
    This works with the Chord Mojo and my HTC One M8 Google Play Edition but I am noticing a short audio glitch every 15 or so seconds, like a very quick pop/click/skip in the audio.
     
    Has anyone else experienced this?  Is it likely due to the cable or my phone?  I'm using Deezer and Spotify to test.
     
  4. oldmate
    Enable developer options and then enable high performance mode.
     
  5. zambz
     
    Thanks so much, I'll try it right now :)
     
  6. 211276

    I have had the Mojo for over a week now and am over the moon about its performance.  The primary use is via my desktop and I set it up with advice from this forum.  I would now like to connect it to my two Android devices, but am unable to.  I have bought a OTG cable and downloaded Onkyo HF Player, as the manual advised.  My two devices are a Vodafone Smart 4 Mini and a Tesco Hudl tablet.  Grateful for any advice.
     
    Thanks
     
  7. NZtechfreak

    Both are likely lacking USB host capabilities, fairly sure the Vodafone handset is. Root and a custom firmware might be able to address that. Can you connect a USB drive successfully?
     
  8. Mimouille
    Here is my summarized take on the Solar.
     
    http://www.head-fi.org/products/rhapsodio-10ba/reviews/15033
     
  9. zambz
     
    Sadly this option does not exist on my phone.  Keep in mind that it's a HTC One M8 "Google Play Edition" which means it runs completely stock Android 6.0.
     
    Any further ideas are welcome of course :)
     
  10. aa212121
    It's hidden by default on all devices. To enable, check this
    www.htc.com/us/support/htc-one-m8/faq/2/

    And It's a phone issue, not Mojo.
    Off topic;
    But even if htc has that option under "developer options" i don't think Enabling that will fix this issue.. Try using a different player or check your player options to set the player performance to high.
     
  11. zambz
     
    Thanks a lot. yeah I enabled Developer Options already but the option simply doesn't exist.  Do you think that the OTG cable could cause this or is it more likely the phone itself?
     
  12. aa212121
    More likely it's your Otg connection to your phone ie the USB port on your phone. But before you buy a new cable or phone, try using the otg cable for something else (data Transfer to and from a usb drive) and check if it's your cable. Then check your player(try a different player).
     
  13. krismusic Contributor
    I'm similar to you. Shortly to be 60. Tinnitus and hearing loss.
    I have to say I am sceptical. I have been caught so many times over the years.
    No offence guys but there is a lack of rigour to this thread IMHO.
    I have heard the Hugo and did not think it an improvement over the HO of the iPhone.
    Admittedly this was at a meet and only using one track.
    I intend to order a Mojo from Amazon and return it if not impressed. Could you not do the same OneTallGuy?
     
  14. Dobrescu George
    I heared Hugo and was amazed, not impressed. It was that one thing I would consider true end game.
     
    I think that you should try it again with more tracks and in a quieter place, with headphones you already know. 
     
  15. sabloke
    I found myself today on a long walk listening to Joe Rogan's podcast through the Mojo driving my Flare R2Pros. After a couple of hours I thought this is quite silly so I plugged the IEMs straight into the phone. What a difference! Voices sounded so much more natural through the Mojo than straight out of the G4. That was just a silly podcast (well, the Amazing Atheist was on so had to hear it) and Mojo made such a difference. People saying they can't hear the magic playing MUSIC should really check their hearing.
     
    @Dobrescu George get the Mojo already and forget about the X7 as it is guaranteed to give you better SQ and flexibility. I was in that boat, thinking either X7 or maybe LG's V10. However, I can't see myself committing to a phone for more than 6 months and X7 costs enough to make me nervous I would drop it ad break the screen or something. Mojo's  technology is years ahead of anything else portable, is built like a tank (dropped it on my foot, freakin' hurts...) and works so well with my laptop during long office hours. Buying anything else will simply get you second best, end of story.
    I understand it is hard to make a decision without testing. Was lucky enough the local dealer here in Adelaide had a demo unit that I could play with. Do you know how long it took to make up my mind? About 20 seconds...
     
First
 
Back
621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630
632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641
Next
 
Last

Share This Page