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  1. Hi folks, I'm currently shopping around for a new mid-priced DAC (up to $3,000) that will hopefully last me the next 5 years. i just saw the Wadia di122 (Wadia di122 digital audio decoder) at a local store (selling for around $1,500) yesterday, and will be listening to it this weekend. I've looked around online, but haven't been able to find a full review. Has anyone here checked it out before? I'm not that familiar with the brand and their products. It looks interesting because it can handle up to DSD128, DXD384, and PCM 32/384, which seems to cover everything one could need for the next few years. I'm currently using a Chord Hugo in my main system, which I'm going to now use as my mobile headphone DAC/Amp. I've been reading a lot about the PS Audio Directstream here, but it's a tad above my budget. Thanks in advance for any advice! Art
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