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Chord Electronics - MOJO 2 Portable DAC/Headphone Amplifier

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Mojo 2 Portable DAC/Headphone Amplifier
Simply without equal

Mojo 2 is the most advanced DAC/headphone amplifier in the world. It plays your favourite music with class-leading detail and clarity, right up to studio-grade levels.

Mojo 2 offers several ways to connect to digital devices, including smartphones, tablets and laptops, plus two 3.5 mm headphone outputs, meaning two can listen simultaneously. Digital inputs include fast-transfer USB-C, Micro-USB, optical and coaxial, with charging via a separate dedicated Micro-USB input.

Mojo polychromatic light-up buttons offer simple control with an additional visual guide to the device’s settings. A new menu button offers navigation through a new range of features, including the all-important completely transparent UHD DSP function.

Mojo 2 brings exciting new features for music lovers.

  • Improved FPGA: more resolution, power and efficiency
  • New menu function
  • 'UHD' DSP: Advanced EQ
  • Improved battery: FPGA-controlled management plus improved capacity
  • Improved WTA filtering: 40 DSP cores for better transparency and lower noise
  • High-speed USB-C input
  • Two 3.5 mm headphone outputs
  • Wireless-ready - simply add the Poly streamer/server
  • 768kHz Micro USB Input
  • Separate Micro USB Charging
  • 768kHz Coax Input via Jack
  • 96kHz Optical Input
  • Supports 800Ω Headphones
  • Supports up to 768kHz
  • Up to DSD 256 (4x) Capable
  • DSD via DoP
  • CNC Aluminium Chassis

DAC AND HEADPHONE AMPLIFIER IN ONE

The British designed, engineered and built Mojo 2 is the most advanced portable DAC and headphone amplifier in the world.

Distinctly different from all other devices, Mojo 2 uses proprietary British digital audio technology perfected over more than two decades, coupled to a powerful ‘FPGA’ processor. The result is class-leading sound quality both on the move or at home, with the power to effortlessly drive any headphones. For music just as the artist intended, Mojo 2 brings you closer to the music than any other portable.

UNIQUE BENEFITS

  • Unrivalled digital audio processing; powerful 'FPGA' technology
  • Additional USB-C data input for fast data-transfer
  • Fully transparent 'Ultra HD' digital signal processing EQ, tailoring the sound to you
  • Take Mojo 2 wireless when adding the Poly streamer/server (2 TB)

Proudly made in Britain from aircraft-grade aluminium. Anodised, bead-blasted, precision CNC milled. Jett black finish.

UNIQUE FPGA TECHNOLOGY

For more than 20 years, Chord Electronics has exclusively used powerful programmable (FPGA) circuits with custom coding to provide the most advanced digital-to-analogue conversion performance in the world. With digital audio technologies perfected over two decades, Mojo 2 contains more digital audio know-how than any other small DAC, resulting in unrivalled sound quality, all backed by peerless technical measurements from the lab.

COMPATIBLE WITH POLY FOR STREAMING

Completely compatible with our Wireless streaming module Poly, Poly allows for wireless integration to your system.

    Technical Spec

    • Five digital inputs: coaxial, dual-data coax, optical, Micro-USB and USB-C
    • Dynamic range 125.7 dB A wt.
    • Noise 2.7 uV A wt., no measurable noise floor modulation
    • Distortion and noise 0.00027 % at 2.5 V 300 ohms
    • Power output 1 % distortion:
    • 90 mW 300 ohms (5.2 V RMS)
    • 600 mW 30 ohms (4.2 V RMS)
    • 0.06 ohms output impedance
    • 118 dB stereo separation 1 kHz 300 ohms 2.5 V

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    SL
    03/03/2022
    scott l.
    United States United States

    Great Update

    Loved the original Mojo. Used the Mojo and Poly with headphones and as a source with my stereo. The Mojo 2 improves on the original Mojo’s sound and provides additional sound options. Highly recommended.

    DR
    03/03/2022
    David R.
    United States United States

    Mojo 2 from Tony K at Audio 46

    Tony K, as always, gave me all the time and tools needed to check out the new Mojo 2. I have the original Mojo and Poly, but the Mojo 2 is a step above. I paired it easily with my IPad using a stock USB-C cable. Also pairs with Roon with no degradation of sound. Thank you Tony K for another great purchase.

    ML
    02/26/2022
    Mark L.
    United States United States

    Mojo 2 - A game changer

    I received the Mojo 2 yesterday after about 3 weeks on backorder. I thought that it would be like most other products—an improvement albeit a small one. During my wait I had some reservations and thought I may even cancel my order because my budget for such gear has become less now with one son in grad school and another close to college age. I was going to try it out and if it did not justify the cost, I was going to send it back. After listening to the Mojo 2 out of the box with my 7Hz Timeless (IEMs) and Focal Clear MG, I was intrigued. With the stock settings (flat), the sound signal was transparent and brought out the strengths of my ear/headphones. Then I played with the digital tone controls and my jaw dropped. I have a Schitt Loki, which I use with my desktop rig, and it helps out with getting the FR to where I like it but since it is analog, it does change the signal going to the HP amp, compressing frequencies or adding additional noise depending on whether I decrease or increase certain frequency ranges. The Mojo 2, however, applies it’s attenuation or amplification of a frequency range digitally and losslessly. No part of the sound signal, detail or timber is lost. This feature is unlike any sound shaping I have ever heard and much better to my ears than iFI’s 3D and Bass Boost. It even turned other earphones and headphones that I have stopped listening to sound completely different and in a good way. I wondered if this improvement would translate to my speakers. I hooked the Mojo 2 to my main rig and compared the stock settings with my current DAC, the Teac UD501 with my favorite Burr Brown chip. The Teac had a warmer presentation while the Chord had some warmth, but was definitely more incisive to the micro details. I recently bought the Elac Unify Reference UBR52 speakers that I was comparing to my beloved Revel Performa F52s. The Revels are 15+ years old and still sound so good that I have never wanted to replace them, even with the new speaker advancements. The Elacs are terrific budget speakers but in comparison with F52s have anemic bass and less detail and sparkle. When I set up the sound shaping on the Mojo 2, the sound from the Elacs, driven by the Cinepro 6.4, an even older SS amp (now out of production) with 400 wpc, approached the Revels in every aspect of sound reproduction that is important to me - foundational bass, correct tone and timber, details-details-details, transparency and natural sound that took away the speakers. For the price of the Mojo 2, I was able to improve the sound of a well-engineered budget speaker to approach a speaker that would cost between $10-$15k today. The value of this piece of gear is off the charts. If Chord can produce a product like this at this price point, imagine what the Hugo TT 2 or Dave can do. Not only am I NOT sending the Mojo2 back, I’m going to start saving for the Hugo TT2. So much for higher education.

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