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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. x RELIC x Contributor

    It's a DX80 issue, not Mojo issue. Here are a couple relevant links from the DX80 thread. Basically the DX80 doesn't output DSD through optical or coaxial, and only can output up to 24/192 with those outputs.

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/777010/ibasso-dx80/255#post_11904882

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/786443/ibasso-dx80-impressions-and-reviews-and-discussion-new-fw-1-3-3-link-1st-page/1635#post_12213151

    Edit: Mython is on the ball!
     
  2. raelamb
    My Mojo went back to Moon Audio for repair and was delivered on Tuesday. It is now with Chord at the "service center". Is that in the US? How long do we think I'll be without my baby?:frowning2:
     
  3. x RELIC x Contributor

    Chord Electronics is in the UK. Mojo is entirely manufactured there. I'm guessing a week or two depending on shipping. Unless I'm waaaay off and they have a North American service center. Moon Audio would be better able to answer.
     
  4. raelamb

    I don't want to get Drew mad at me:frowning2:
     
  5. x RELIC x Contributor

    Lol! I'm sure they'd be happy to help their customers! I've heard nothing but good things about their customer service.
     
  6. Ike1985
     
    What makes you think he'd be mad at you? He's been very amicable to me.  He sent me a brand new Mojo when my battery was defective-only lasting 2.5 hours from full charge.  I sent him my defective one and once he received it, he sent me a new one.  A+ from moon audio.
     
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  7. Ike1985

    you're a customer who paid $600 for a luxury item and this industry is heavily dependent
     
    Don't hesitate to ask for what's reasonable or what would make you happy-you're a valued customer and Drew knows that if he takes care of you, you'll return and patronize his business again.  It's in his interest to take care of you! =P That's why I love markets, the incentives are aligned correctly.
     
  8. wahsmoh

    I agree don't be afraid of Drew. I think his customer service is what draws people into shopping with Moon Audio. He is very quick to respond.
     
    I had to cancel one of my orders when I accidentally ordered twice and I panicked but then he was there for me to the rescue like a superhero. I left a voicemail on the Moon Audio phone after sending an e-mail minutes earlier, walked back to my desk and found out he had already e-mailed me notifying me the order was cancelled... lightning speed
     
  9. UNOE

    What was wrong with it anyway?
     
  10. NaiveSound
  11. x RELIC x Contributor

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  12. theintrospect
    I heard that the Mojo falls short on sub bass delivery when paired with the lovely Shure se846. Any personal experiences ?
     
  13. x RELIC x Contributor

    Not sure about the SE846, but no issues for me with sub-bass on the ETHER C, LCD-XC, LCD-2, JH Angie, Noble K10. I would think the SE846 would show plenty of sub-bass with the Mojo. All the measurements show flat down below 20 Hz so I'm not sure where this is coming from. Perhaps the member reporting it is used to enhanced sub-bass.

    Measurements from Stereophile:

    http://www.stereophile.com/content/chord-electronics-mojo-da-headphone-amplifier-measurements#9745QSIFJ46qjM0Z.97

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    Measurements from OhmImage:

    http://static1.squarespace.com/static/502d756fe4b0ad2559801b56/t/564f253fe4b0c729bb00840c/1448027458124/?format=1000w
     
  14. Hawaiibadboy Contributor

    Basshead here.
    Mojo eats what you feed it. Doesn't lift or push down the sub bass.
     
  15. sabloke
    It can also take EQ to stupid levels without distortion. Your headphones will give in way before Mojo distorts
     
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