More Mojo Awards for Chord as Accessory Pack Released
Chord Electronics' Mojo DAC and Headphone Amplifier (reviewed here) has recently been recognised as best in class by the European Imaging and Sound Association, while this week has seen the release of the long awaited accessory pack for this pocket sized high-fidelity wonder.
The diminutive British-made portable device, which enables up to studio-grade sound quality from smartphones and digitally connected devices, has earned an official EISA award for European USB DAC/headphone amplifier 2016-2017, adding to a comprehensive range of international accolades for the British audio manufacturer’s landmark Mojo DAC/headphone amp.
Judges from EISA said:
... a better mix of versatility, sound quality and sheer value for money has yet to be found.
StereoNET also awarded the Mojo our Best In Class - Portable Headphone Amp / DAC, and Outstanding Value awards in 2015.
The awards come as this week Australia's Chord Electronics Distributor, Radiance Audio Visual announced the availability of Chord's official "Accessory Pack" for the Mojo.
If like us, you'd searched high and low on auction sites looking for just the right adaptor to connect your Mojo to your desired phone, tablet or other device, the hunt is over. The pack contains 7 different cables, a USB Adaptor Module, a couple of rubber bands to strap Mojo to your phone, and a RFI suppression choke.
The pack does not include the Apple Lightning to USB Camera Adaptor, but that can be found via a search in your favorite browser for 'MD821AM/A'.
The Accessory Pack includes:
- USB Adapter Module
- Standard Optical Cable
- 3.5mm to Standard Optical Cable
- 3.5mm to ¼” Headphone Adapter Cable
- 1m Type A USB to Micro Cable
- USB Micro to USB Micro OTG Cable
- USB Micro to Female USB OTG Cable
- Dual Play and Charge USB Cable
- Chord Branded 180mm Rubber Band Straps
- Chord Branded 160mm Rubber Band Straps
- Ferrite RFI Suppression Choke
The Mojo Accessory Pack is available now from Chord Electronics dealers for $200 RRP.
Chord Electronics is distributed in Australia by Radiance Audio Visual.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.
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