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Please read post number 3, in the i-Devices section...
You are correct on the 2V since that's a pretty typical line-level out put but it really depends on the amp. My memory must be fading fast as I thought Rob Watts had said that 3V was max when what he said was use 3V and I was also mis-remembering http://www.head-fi.org/a/chord-mojo-faq (see volume control and line-level output). What is true is that if you hold down both volume buttons when you turn it on it gives you a 3V line-level output.
I believe you're referring to this one: http://www.head-fi.org/t/784602/chord-mojo-the-official-thread/2790#post_12031148, which hardly has anything to do with the issue.
I am using official apple camera connection kit (link) with a usb cable that came with Mojo (along with a bunch of other usb cables, doesn't matter in this case given they all are connected to Apple lighting to usb cable camera kit), so cable itself (supposedly) is not an issue. My guess it's beta SW one the device, and i'm trying to collect information to file a proper bug report.
I used my iPhone today wit ha couple of Mojo's at headroom, one had massive interference crackling noises the other was perfect.
My iPhone does run public betas theo nly difference between the two mojos was the USB cable I do not know if that has any effect.
Thank you, as for "Connection to iDevices" part - totally missed "IMPORTANT" line Sorry.
Being an Apple employee i can probably try to escalate the issue and supply engineers with a test unit (at least that's the plan).
I'm continually updating that list of links, so maybe you looked before those links were added, today.
Hopefully, Apple will rectify the issue efficiently
That Lowepro case looks perfect for what I need. Is that model the Santiago 20-II?
Please and thank you.
Just got back from Headroom. What a fantastic event! Heard the Mojo. Hard to evaluate properly at a meet but I was interested enough to arrange a home trial with Custom Cables at some point. However, I find it inexplicable that Chord did not get a license from Apple and come up with a better interface than the dreadfully clunky CCK . Arcam managed it for their iPhone 6 case which sells at a third of the cost of the Mojo.
My understanding is that chord felt like they would have to give up too much of their 'secret sauce' to gain Apple certification, whereas manufacturers using off the shelf DAC chips have less to hide...
EDIT: What he said ^
The label on the inside says Santiago 10 II.
I think there were a couple of different designs that also fit the Mojo, but this one was the most snug fit without feeling too compressed.
Great idea & thank you from us apple owners
never had a good dap before. always used my smartphone + ma750 before.
i got the chance to grab a ak120 (Not ak120ii) for 500$. barely used from a friend.
im honest , im a total newbie, not sure if i should buy it or pay less for a new dx80/90.
i bought a new pair of headphones ( flare r2pro). will they match well with an ak120?
also thought about getting a chord mojo aswell to improve sq. will it help or isnt it worth the 600€?
feel free to share your thoughts with me!
The Mojo is an exelent dac amp I've never listened an AK device but the Mojo is the best I've listened, the best $600 I've spent in portable sound ever.
I would like to solve the random noise something like a "click" when I use it with my Galaxy S5 and UAPP.
Could somebody help me please?
I think the problem is the UAPP settings.