Wadia 121 Decoding Computer Digital to Analog Converter


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Product Description

What most people call a Digital to Analog Converter, we call a Decoding Computer. Why? Because we know beauty is in the details…and properly attending to the details requires a device that does more than simply converting digital information to an analog signal. At Wadia we believe there is musical magic encoded in the numbers on your discs and hard drives. We strive to unravel every bit of information, thus communicating the messages of your favorite artists more clearly and vividly. We have spent years compiling an array of ideas and techniques to make our products extract, decode, and reconstruct the subtle details of music. After all, we think a computer is the perfect machine to execute these very complex precision tasks.

The Wadia 121Decoding Computer is a high performance DAC/digital preamplifier with a complete set of digital inputs, balanced analog outputs, digital volume control, and a headphone output section. Just connect your iTransport, Computer, Streaming Audio source, or any other digital source and experience exceptional audiophile quality sound.

Audio signals are processed using Wadia’s DigiMasterTM patented up sampling and filtering technology. The Wadia 121decoding computer also features a clock linked asynchronous USB input for jitter free playback of music from your computer. All inputs including USB accept up to 24-bit/192kHz input data rates. The Wadia 121decoding computer provides true balanced and single ended analog outputs. An exceptional headphone amplifier section delivers an unsurpassed personal listening experience.

32-bit/1.4MHz up sampling using Wadia’s proprietary DigiMaster algorithm and filtering technology
All inputs accept up to 24-bit/192kHz input data rates
Asynchronous USB input
Wadia DirectConnectTM analog output with 32-bit Digital Volume Control
Digital Inputs: AES/EBU (XLR), Coaxial (RCA & BNC), Toslink Optical, USB B
Asynchronous USB input
Single ended and balanced analog outputs
32-bit/1.4MHz up sampling
Analog Outputs: one pair balanced (XLR), one pair unbalanced (RCA)
Analog output levels are fully adjustable to match system sensitivity