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  1. Hello, I recently bought a Wadia di322 DAC and it sounds fantastic, but i have some problems. It is connected direct with a USB Audioquest cable to my vortexbox based streamer (AudioAanZee ) AudioAanZee Ultra Flow Music Server | HFA - The Independent Source for Audio Equipment Reviews When i start a new song there seems to be a kind of fade-in, so i miss the first second of a song. This is not always the case but occurs regular ? The second problem i have is that when i start a 24/96 track, i hear the song distorted. When i stop the song and start it again it plays right ? Before this DAC i've had a PS Audio NuWave DAC with the same configuration and played without troubles ? I hope someone have can help me with this, thanks in advance greets, Arjan
  2. Recently took delivery of a Wadia 121 and early listening sessions are quite positive. Simple setup, no drivers, instantly recognized by my Mac Mini. The configuration is Audirvana > Mac Mini (USB) > Wadia 121 (Balanced XLR outputs) > Classe DR10 amp > Focal 1007BE speakers. Liking the digital volume control. The remote is well made and substantial feeling. I've been listening to the 2011 Reference Recordings HRx sampler (176.4kHz/24). Nice indeed. The Wadia supports up to to 192/24 on all inputs natively on a Mac. Previous DAC's in my system have been the HRT Musicstreamer II, Moon Audio 100, Moon Audio 300D, Rega DAC. This one may be a keeper. So far only downside is the bottom case says "Designed in USA, Assembled in China" I try to buy American products and had read on a trusted site that the unit was manufactured in the US. Here's a review from Audiostream: Wadia Digital 121Decoding Computer | AudioStream