Built to protect the award-winning Mojo DAC/headphone amp and Poly wireless streamer/player, the Poly/Mojo leather case offers stylish protection for on-the-go usage. The case has been styled by Chord Electronics’ John Franks and Fumi Higashi San of VanNuys Inc. and is exclusively manufactured by VanNuys Inc. in Tokyo.
Luxuriously finished, the Poly/Mojo protective leather case offers a snug fit that perfectly cossets the two devices, offering protection both at home and on the go. The design gives unrestricted access to Poly’s Micro SD card slot, Micro USB charging port, device status indicators and configuration port, plus Mojo’s twin 3.5mm headphone mini-jack outputs and illuminated control/display spheres.
Featuring high-quality black-finished leather and contrasting red stitching detail, the official Poly/Mojo protective leather case is crafted to exceptionally high standards. The case offers superior protection for both units if placed into pockets and bags when travelling.
Chord Electronics have been producing cutting-edge digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and amplifiers, using innovative techniques and methods, since their founding in England in 1989. Founder John Franks and engineer Rob Watts have once and again turned the audio world upside down with their outstanding and unique designs.
At the heart of every Chord DAC is an FPGA chip (field-programmable gate array), which Chord packs with thousands upon thousands of lines of code, to optimize the conversion for timing and noise, and deliver and incredibly natural, musical sound. This sets Chord Electronics apart, as instead of turning to mass-produced, off-the shelf integrated circuits for the heart of their DAC's, they craft their own circuit in-house for each design. This is why no other DAC on the market sounds like a Chord DAC.