The Weakwater mojito is Weakwater Technology's flagship flathead stopper, and is considered one of the few best flatheads on the planet in this era of flatheads' decline. The Weakwater mojito features a dual dynamic design that replicates the vintage God plug Panasonic hv100 with 14 ohms impedance and 103dB/mW sensitivity.
The mojito is a low sensitivity and low resistance plug, just by looking at the parameters, you can tell that this plug is not very pushable, in previous reviews even the balanced port n5 can not be fully pushed, the low end is still a bit tight. Here's a chat about mojito results under the desk with aune x1s+x7s and gold chrysanthemums as the front end and the cable is a copper and silver hybrid single ended.
The song is Suara's "Unstable God(literary)" in dsd64 format, which is the op1 of the TV anime "Heirloom - False Masquerade" and the bgm of the game "Heirloom - The White Emperor of Two". The song depicts the capriciousness of the gods playing with the world, and the emotions of a couple of lovers who have gone through the vicissitudes of the world and long to be reunited.
With the x1s + x7s, the mojito is pushed completely through, the soundstage and separation is much improved, the low end is no longer tight, it becomes much looser, and there is some depth to the dive, with a big ear feel. Compared to the big-eared Philips x2, though, the sound is thin on the low end and lacks ambience. One serious problem under this mix is that too much droning  affects the listening experience.