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I owned one for about a year around 2001, and only sold it because I acquired a Wadia 9 (not Series 9!) at a great price. The 26 is a 32X oversampler and is basically the DAC section of the Wadia 16 player.
It has the typical Wadia sound - lots of spatial detail, great bass, and better treble than the Wadia X64.4 it replaced. I used it with a Wadia WT2000S transport. It's been a while since I listened to it, but I think it would still be competitive with current low to mid priced DACs, and it's certainly well built.
Try to listen to it in your system before buying, if possible.
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From an original Wadia 26 sales brochure :-
Wadia 26 Decoding Computer
Decoding Software - DigiMaster
Resampling Rate - 32 times
Resolution - 19 bits DC 20kHz
Passband Ripple - None - is Monotonic
Signal Inverting - Digital Domain
Output level (0 db ref) 12.5V
Output impedance - 100 ohms single ended and 200 ohms balanced
Channel Isolation at 1Khz > 110dB
Channel to channel phase error < 0.5 degree at 10kHz
Weight - 11 lbs.
Dimension - 3.125" High, 13.75" Wide and 13" Deep
Wadia NOTE: Specifications subject to change.
Do not overlook the Wadia 25 or a Wadia 15.
Agree with Ghostrider, if possible try in your system , as "you are only restricted by the weakest link in the musical chain".
Hope this helps.
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