CHORD ELECTRONICS LAUNCHES MOJO CABLE ACCESSORY PACK COMPLETE WITH MOJO’S FIRST ADD-ON MODULE
£59.99 accessory pack offers cables, adaptors and USB module to really get Mojo workin’
21st September 2016, Kent: Chord Electronics has launched a comprehensive Cable Accessory Pack for the Mojo DAC/headphone amp, to include cables, adaptors and a USB adaptor block
Chord Electronics’ new Cable Accessory Pack for its award-winning Mojo DAC/headphone
amplifier contains a great value selection of cables and adaptors to get Mojo workin’ straight from the box. Designed to offer compatibility with a wide range of partnering devices, the Mojo Accessory Pack also features Chord’s first-ever add-on Mojo module.
The new USB adaptor block module makes connecting Mojo with an OTG (On-The-Go) Micro USB cable or Lightning-to-USB Camera Adaptor cable much simpler. The module attaches directly to the Mojo’s inputs as an extension of the device and a hollow recess houses the bulky end of Apple’s Lightning-to-USB cable and Android-type OTG cables.
The additional length the USB adaptor module brings to Mojo allows plus-size smartphones to align more suitably with the device when strapped together, giving full access to large smartphone screens; Chord-branded rubber band straps are provided in the pack. The module also contains an internal circuit board which extends the Micro USB charging port when the adaptor block is in use and retains visibility of the battery indicator light.
The Cable Accessory Pack includes the following:
1x USB Adapter Module
1x Standard Optical Cable
1x 3.5mm to Standard Optical Cable
1x 3.5mm to ¼" Headphone Adapter Cable
1x 1m Type A USB to Micro Cable
1x USB Micro to USB Micro OTG Cable
1x USB Micro to Female USB OTG Cable
1x Dual Play and Charge USB Cable
2x Chord Branded 180mm Rubber Band Straps
2x Chord Branded 160mm Rubber Band Straps
1x Ferrite RFI Suppression Choke
Note: Apple’s Lightning-to-USB Camera Adapter cable is sold separately
The Cable Accessory Pack case sells for £59.99 and is available from dealers now