wyred 4 sound dac 2 or ps audio nu wave dac

I am looking for a new dac. I like a warmer sounding dac. I will be hooking it up to a cd player but maybe in the future will get into computer audio. Any suggestions would be apreciated, thanks
Bought a used W4S DAC=2 and really like the analog warmth. Playback is MacBook Pro with Fidelia software USB to DAC-2. Much more enjoyable than CDs played back through my Cambridge 804c. A friend will be bringing his PS Audio PWD later this week for an audition and comparison, stay tuned...
Note that the Nu Wave DAC is not the PWD. I had the original DAC III and loved it. They make quality gear but I'm sorry I have not directly compared the two you mention. PS Audio has a sale in which you get the DAC and the player at a heavily discounted price.
You may want to check into the Asus Xonar Muses Edition.

Yes Asus- don't laugh. Very good DAC.
I have had the W4S Dac-2 for 3 years and have gotten outstanding sound, particularly after I adopted a USB to I2S bridge from Channel Island Audio (CIA Transient MK II with power module). The sound went from excellent 2D to great 3D. Still there was room for improvement versus my analog front end (which is much more expensive by several fold).

I just received my Dac-2 back from W4S following a complete upgrade to the W4S DAC-2 SE (green lights and all). Immediately out of the box I heard the improvement in the analog section (I am still using my I2S bridge). Essentially, the notes seemed more impactful, the bass is more taut, and decays of notes seem longer, perhaps because of less noise. Overall resolution is definitely better, and easily appreciated. I do not perceive a loss of warmth in favor of analytical however.

Although I am currently burning it in, the bottomline so far is that I have a big smile on my face. I was captivated to listen to music for many hours in a row without starting up my turntable. That is very unusual for me, even with the bridge in use previously. That result was my first inkling that something has changed, and changed for the better.

I am not a frequent poster, but I will add more when I confirm my opinion and find a way to cogently express what I hear, if I can find the right words. After I understand the analog upgrade, I will try to assess how the USB upgrade compares to my bridge input. I suspect they will be about even, but I could be wrong.
Thanks for the responces so far, the Asus looks interesting
If you plan to use headphones, the asus headphone out quality is not very good, and its very picky.

Add to your list the Burson Conductor, its a 3 on 1 unit aimed for desktop audiophiles. Great dac, and beefy headphone amp.
I'm an analog guy and have been extremely happy with a NuWave. I can't find any faults with it sonically. It doesn't have remote volume control, but that's a feature nit. I haven't heard the W4S, but I have no doubt I'd like it. I don't think you can go wrong with either one.
I decided on the wyred 4 sound dac 2. Fed ex dropped it off today and it has been running for a few hours. Af ter some warm up this dac is sounding really good. Huge soundstage and full sounding. Mine sounds better with phase set at 180 or at leasts it seems to sound better. So far I:m very happy
i found it really opens up after about 250+ hours, it goes through changes every 50 hours or so, some not so great, and then really settles in nicely - we are still quite happy with our Dac2.