Wadia



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Named after Don Wadia Moses, Wadia is one of the most important companies in the advancement of audiophile digital playback. Today, despite Don's recent passing - the company makes a very cool and extremely relevant Apple iPod dock as well as a host of reference level CD and audiophile disc playback systems.

Read a review of the WADIA PowerDAC Amp/DAC from Dr. Ken Taraszka on HomeTheaterReview.com.

Read an obituary on Don Wadia Moses who died on November 28, 2008.

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Some notable Wadia products include:
Wadia 381 CD player
Wadia S7i CD player
Wadia 781i CD player
Wadia 170i iPod dock
Wadia 171i iPod dock
Wadia 571 Power DAC

Compare Wadia with other high end digital audiophile companies like dCS, EMM Labs, Theta, and Mark Levinson.


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