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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. GreenBow
    Update on the discussion about the Mojo making random clicks/pops. I think before it was reported some people had it with HD-audio, and quality ferrite shielded cables I think fixed it.
     
    I noticed it a while ago, changed cables with other 'cheap' cables and thought it was reduced. Then last night I was listening and it was doing it more. Then it struck me it was with the same album that was doing it before. Whereas other albums were not doing it as much.
     
    It means the issue could be with the rip, or the album, the cable, or the Mojo. The album I have most clicks with is Katie Melua - Call off the Search.
     
    I did however have no issue with this album with my Meridian Explorer. I think I can rule out the ME not being sensitive enough to pick up the clicks. Therefor I think it rules out the rip and the album. I will listen to the album again on the Meridian Explorer just to be 100% sure.
     
  2. iBrian
    Is the mojo suppose to click when you turn it on and click when you turn it off. Sounds like a switch. Is this normal?
     
  3. betula

    That's normal mate. Most DACs/DAPs do that.
     
  4. cj3209

    Mine does that too.  I have a feeling it's normal.  On another note, I was a bit surprised that the power and volume buttons are actually 'balls.' 
     
    :)
     
  5. iBrian

    I figured it was normal. It's just more noticeable with the mojo.
     
  6. krismusic Contributor
    Does anyone have a problem with accidentally pressing the balls when the Mojo is ins bag or pocket?
     
  7. heliuscc

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    There's my home made 75ohm coax cable for DX50-Mojo
     
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  8. heliuscc

    If I keep it in a pocket near the balls then yes, but generally I keep it in my coat pocket. :grinning:
     
  9. gordec
    Guys, noob question, is there a big difference what you use as transport? I have an old LG G3. Was plan on running USB OTG to feed the Mojo when I get it. I see many headfiers use high end DAPs line AK120 etc as transport.

    Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
     
  10. Hawaiibadboy Contributor
     Big?
     No.
     Zero difference. Your device is a slave/host and it's job is to pass binary data. Pick your favorite digital slave to feed the Mojo.
     
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  11. betula

    Theoretically yes. But my experience so far shows otherwise. How many different sources did you try with Mojo?
     
  12. betula

    There is definitely a difference between sources used with Mojo. I can't confidently say one is better than other, it might be more of a personal preference. But there are differences.
     
     
  13. Pokersound
    There are differences between the apps that can be used. UAPP, Hby and Onkyo.
     
  14. krismusic Contributor
    I knew that was going to go badly! :)
     
  15. dallan Contributor

    Just catching up and I agree, Todd (TTVJ) has personal service and stands by you. He is the best.

    As far as cables go though I like moon audio optical in that I had problems with the sysconcept cables and the company didn't stand behind them.
     
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