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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. Mython Contributor
    The 1 amp is just the minimum specification for a charger to charge Mojo.
    A 2.1 amp charger will charge Mojo perfectly.
    Please read post #3
  2. Rob49
    Doesn't the mojo come with a charger ?
  3. Shetzu
    Thanks. I shall charge it for minimum 10 hours  before I bring it to use.
  4. Mython Contributor
    No, it comes with a maleUSB-to-male-microUSB cable, but that's it.
    You can use the included cable to charge Mojo from a sufficiently well-specified USB 3.0 port, if you like.
  5. Mython Contributor
    You only need to charge Mojo (even if it's a brand new one) until the tiny white charging LED goes out.
    That might take 10 hours, but many people find that they have a full charge after around 5 hours charging.
    Just trust what the white LED tells you.
    Happy listening; I hope you enjoy your Mojo!  [​IMG]
  6. chillaxing
    Since we are on the subject. Is it better to keep the mojo charged or drain and then charge.
  7. Koolpep

    But since it's most likely use is with a PC/Mac as USB DAC/Amp it charges using the USB cable....
  8. Rob49
    I assume that would take longer to charge that way ?
  9. Koolpep
  10. Mython Contributor
    It might, depending on the spec of your computer.
    But really, MicroUSB chargers are so, so common these days, what with the ubiquity of mobile phones and Apple iPads, etc., that many people already own a USB or microUSB charger. They're also very cheap to buy.
  11. Shetzu
    Right. Thanks for your inputs. [​IMG] I am sure going to enjoy them with my Hd800 for a while.[​IMG]
  12. chillaxing
  13. Mython Contributor
    I recommend reading the links, about battery and charging,  in post #3, and if you have further questions, then by all means ask, but please do read those links first.
  14. Hawaiibadboy Contributor

    Lets put sub-bass in a box and discuss it together.
    That is a demonstration of frequencies mostly between 35 to 55Hz
    It is ....mmmm...prominent.
    I use eq but I always do. Folks talk about timbre and layering and stuff.
    Can't show that.
    Can show 35-55Hz.
    It's in the vid.
  15. jmills8
    We are in two different Galaxies. You in the phone EQ Heaven and I am in Dap hell where one cannot push the bass.
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