The Chord Mojo is among Chord's more affordable options, and features an amplifier that can drive headphones with an impedance rating of between 4-800Ohms. It uses a Xilinx Artix-7 DAC, which is capable of processing a wide range of audio formats, including high-resolution audio files encoded at 32-bit/768kHz, as well as quad DSD 256. The device is claimed to have a total harmonic distortion of only 0.00017 percent, and weighs a comfortable 180 grams.
The Chord Mojo has only three buttons on the device itself, with one for power and two for controlling volume, which are all illuminated and cycle through a wide variety of colours. Input selection is fully automatic, depending on what is plugged into the device. If multiple inputs are connected, the system prioritises them as USB first, coaxial second, and optical third. There are two 3.5mm audio output sockets, which will allow you to output sound from the same source to two different headphones using the Chord Mojo. Additionally, there are separate Micro-USB ports for charging and input, so both can be used at the same time.
The Mojo is made from aircraft-grade aluminium in the United Kingdom, and has a claimed battery life of up to 10 hours on a full charge. The sales package includes a Micro-USB cable for charging.