Todd from TTVJ. What can I say? His contribution and passion to this site and hobby deserves a standing ovation. It's always a great experience buying audio toys from him and his sidekick. I'm still searching for the TTVJ portable tube hybrid amp that I regretfully sold twice! Well, enough about that, onto the MOJO impressions after a week long stay. The MOJO has voodoo. The gap between realism and the bits of data that comprise my digital files is simply stunning. There are tons of equipment on the market (most I haven't heard), but of those the MOJO is the closest in closing that gap, even more so than the Hugo, IMO. It's not transducer picky. My Grado RS2i, Audioquest Nighthawk, HiSoundAudio HA-2, Ocharaku FLAT-4 AKA II, Aurisonics Rockets, and recabled Yuin PK2 sing with standing ovation. The battery is stated to last 10 hrs per charge. Well, I could listen to this thing 24/7, 366 days a year. In short, it's highly addictive. My beloved live tracks sounded livelier, female vocals sweeter, complex tracks more detailed, and guitar riffs with more bite. Just absolutely a pleasure having the MOJO in the chain. The hype and love for the MOJO is real and well deserved, IMO. The brains inside the MOJO knows how to process the bits of any track with a frequency response that tickles the music side of the soul. Somehow, it knows what 'damn good' should sound like and carries this authoritative manner through the analog stage. It made my heavily compressed sounding Cure albums sound much more alive with wonderful dynamics, similar to the effects of tube/hybrid amps with the right tube brand/model combination. Like my Meridian Explorer 2 (E2) USB only DAC, the MOJO is first class, British audio engineering. When I compared the two, I concluded that there is a such thing called "too smooth" and that's what I heard after listening to the same tracks and respective bit rates to the "just right" smooth MOJO. The other big difference to my ears was the E2 wider but flat stage compared to the MOJO's slightly narrower stage but greater stage depth and detail retrieval and separation. The latter added that extra special touch in dynamics and musicality that really made playback listening immensely enjoyable. Between the MOJO and the Sony PHA-3 that I use to own, the latter easily holds its own - in balanced mode only, IMO. Basically, the MOJO's musicality is all around sweeter and it juggles it with just the right amount of goodness to make long listening sessions very enjoyable and fatigue free. In summary, the MOJO is a sonic hit for those looking for an all digital, portable solution in a fairly small but robust chassis. However, it's not small enough for my ideal application as smartphone and laptop USB only dac/amp. I hope Chord comes out soon with a low power consumption USB DAC/Amp. Well, that's all folks. Hats off to Todd for his MOJO loaner program. It was a lot of fun and I'm very grateful.