Chord Mojo – Portable DAC & Headphone Amp

The Mojo is one of the less expensive products from Chord, using some of the technologies from their standalone DACs. At a price point of $499 and a size thats smaller than your cell phone it stands up to its full name “mobile joy.”

Chords products are featured in some of the more famous studios on earth, like George Lucas’s Skywalker Sound, the Royal Opera House, Abbey Road, and Sony. So if you’ve listened to music produced in the last 30 years, you can bet Chord products were part of the recording process. Recognizing the direction of the industry and seeing the amount of new high-end headphones coming out every year, Chord thought to create a product for quality mobile sound.

The Mojo is a battery powered headphone amp and DAC. It accepts the digital audio from a USB source as well as optical and coaxial digital inputs. Mix in the Chord Poly, and the Mojo turns into a fully featured music streamer.

The Mojo will play any audio file you can throw at it up to 32bit 768khz. It can also be used with your favorite streaming services, like Qobuz, Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal. It Even has led lights on the power button that’ll tell you at a glance what sample rate your playing in.

This product has a very musical sound signature thats perfect for the music lover on the go, or even at home. Fully recommend you coming in and testing it out with your headphones or a pair of ours. You can even a/b test it with the dual headphone ports it has.

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Chris Doughty

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