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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. oleWhiskey

    after looking at some youtube videos. I think beyerdynamic made the cable custom to the A200P DAC/AMP  it looks like a micro USB  but it's proprietary connection
     
  2. Bighappy

    Darn :-/...Thanks for the quick reply!!!
     
  3. oleWhiskey

    Sorry I stay on the site all day long like a loser
     
  4. Bighappy

    LOL!
     
  5. Danthrax
    You know what would make using the CCK better? A "U" shaped Lightning female to male connector. Then you could plug in the CCK on the back and have far less sticking out of the bottom, Maybe a U that then has a right angle on the back side:
    Uconnector.png
     
  6. rbalcom

    The jack for coax on the DX80 is also the optical jack. You can connect them with a mini Toslink to Toslink audio cable, but short optical cables are custom made and costly. I use a 3 foot one at home and it works fine. As for coax, use the coax cable that came with the DX80 with an 1/8" mono plug to RCA adapter. Radio Shack has one for $5.00 (Catalog #: 2740897). Use the adapter on the Mojo end.

    Hope that helps.
     
  7. NaiveSound

    What should I do what is the best thing I can do

    What is an improvement over this
    Screenshot_2016-01-13-00-55-02.png

    And what is a cost effective I could go about, is there something on amazon I can get, whatever cable you suggest I will get it just has to be the same length as the picture in the post
     
  8. rbalcom
     
    Cost effective and best thing are opposing conditions. Moon Audio has both coax and Toslink cables that would meet your needs in the $75 to $100 price range. They are 6 inch cables with straight plugs while your Fiio cable is about 4 inches with right angle plugs. Your cable was designed for an analog signal, but could work since it is a sheathed cable but not a 75 ohm coax cable.
     
    Not sure what problem you are trying to fix, but replacing your $14 cable with something almost as short will cost a lot more. If interested, contact Moon Audio (forum sponsor) and ask them if he can put right angle connectors on the coax cable.
     
  9. Skampmeister


    How did this cable turn out, is it worth while ordering?
     
  10. AudioBear

    Yes, I have used it only a few hours but I have not had a single drop out,click, or noise.  I can lay my Mojo the back of my iPhone and use the supplied rubber bands to hold it on.  I like it and think that at $27 is was a good deal.  The only downside is shipping cost and you have to be willing to wait 2-3 weeks.
     
  11. oliverpool
     
     
     
    I have tried both IOS 9.3 public beta 1 and 2. Strangely, the crackling sound can be heard on both my taobao short custom cable with build in CCK. While on my Fiio L19 cable, I get totally no crackling sound!  I do not have a CCK kit to test that combination out though.
     
  12. neilvg
    Silly question but how do you stack it without getting in the way of the iphone's touch screen?  Do you have a pic of the combo?  I'd love to see a clean looking stack with that cable.
     
    Neil
     
  13. AudioBear
    You are right, there is no way to do that.  I have a leather case on my iPhone and I just stack with the case closed.  I don't really care if I miss a phone call when I am listening to music and often put the phone on airplane mode anyway.  It's obviously not the solution most users are looking for!
     
    I do like making a stack with angle connectors.
     
    The answer if you want full phone function is velcro strips or the 3M product mentioned about 50 pages ago.  Look in post #3 too.
     
  14. neilvg
    Well yah. and beyond not being able to answer calls is not easily being able to select songs via touch screen.  I'm fairly active with DJ'ing my music while listening since I'll get the itch after listening to a particular track for something else while hearing what I am listening to.  The digital age!  But yes I have used velcro.  But the problem there is its either too strong or a bit scarily weak.
     
    Neil
     
  15. x RELIC x Contributor

    3m Dual Lock (low profile). Works great!
     
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