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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. brettws
    Wow!! Thanks for that advice! I will advise Chord and also Apple.
  2. harpo1
    It appears he got his 30-pin Ipad to work as well.
    Footnote 1: Although Chord's manual for the Mojo says that the iDevice needs to have Apple's Lightning connector rather than the older 30-pin port, my iPad, which has the 30-pin port, worked fine with the appropriate camera-connection kit.


  3. oleWhiskey

    I am testing the ADP but it's the same as the public release.  Have done that for years.  
    If you check my previous posts in here you can see that I do extensive troubleshooting to find the issues to report them. I can not express enough to everyone that uses the beta to please report any bugs thats why it's a public beta.  I'm not a fan of public beta's because everyone wants the latest little features and tweaks but get mad because it does not work
  4. Mojo ideas
    Noted thank you we will
  5. oleWhiskey
    Great Thanks!
  6. Ike1985
    Please look back through the pictures on this thread and look for images of jriver settings to output bitperfect, I posted them previously.
  7. Ike1985
    I'm still running snow leopard on my old MacBook pro laptop which I recently added a 2tb hd to. Why be on the cutting edge of updates and thus have these constant problems?  Snow leopard is the most stable os apple has ever developed, works flawlessy with everything I need it to do.  Their new os's are garbage.  I never have an issue, ever.  Apple is notorious for releasing updates that ruin or break their software and not caring enough to fix it until 6 months later.  Don't want to be in that boat at all. 
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  8. oleWhiskey
    I do it because It's apart of my job for some things.  But I get you on the snow leopard, I still run a 2006 MacBook which I can just use iCloud.com on for anything that needs to sync.  I just recently purchased a flip phone lol  yes I am going backwards but I like simple for my personal life
  9. AudioBear
    I just received an iPhone to Mojo cable that I bought at TaoBao (http://world.taobao.com/item/44240667193.htm?fromSite=main)
    It cost $27 plus $37 EMS shipping.  That's right, expedited shipping made it cost more than the cable.  Lower rates are available.  It took about two weeks total to get from China to North Idaho.  The item was sent double boxed--really over-packaged.
    The cable itself looks great and is very flexible. It came with two rubber bands. The best part is that it worked when I plugged it in.  I'll report more if I have any problems.
  10. qafro
    Can xduoo x3 dap connect with chord mojo?
  11. x RELIC x Contributor

    Does the Xduoo X3 output a digital signal through USB, coaxial, or optical?
  12. oleWhiskey

    oh man,  I would love to have that cable!   Shipping is a ton though....   I know that the Beyerdynamic makes Lighting to Micro usb 31gRfycprfL.jpg
  13. oleWhiskey
    I think I might be wrong and that looks like a micro USB but I think it may be different
  14. Pokersound
    Hi friends.

    My new mojo just came home and I have to go out. Could I Charge it with a power bank battery and use it at the same time?
  15. vapman

    The first serious discharge will wall off any capacity the battery has past that which is I believe why they suggest you charge it for like 8 hours before the first use. I know it is tempting but if you can get away with not playing with it overnight you'll be able to sleep easy knowing your battery will be in its best  possible shape. If that doesn't bother you though, go right ahead but that first actual discharge (When you power it on for the very first time) is the one that matters.
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