I was not posting out of the blues, I was answering to Sebehyfarku, but:
No, I am not going in "circle" and the differences we "heared" are not as clear to many of us as they are to you.
A heavily souped-up Mustang may be equal in performance to a stock Ferrari.
But a heavily souped-up Mustang will still be inferior to a heavily souped-up Ferrari.
I can understand how a modded small clock will equal the performance of a stock big clock, yet:
What makes you think that the small clock, as crappy and of such inferior quality as you say it is, can all of a sudden resurrect, rise to the occasion and equal the performance of the larger clock when BOTH are fed a clean power supply? If the larger clock is SO much better than the smaller one, then how come it shows NO improvements when modded, because according to you the small one definitely catches up to it?? Please explain that in a clear and concise manner, because sir, it just doesn't make any sense.
Maybe you should study how oscillators work? They are a physical device not some ideal model you were taught in computer science or whatever your major was. As a physical device you have clocks that are more susceptible to PSR, others hold steady. When you use batteries you take that out of the equation as there is practically no PSR. So its not hard to explain just takes a little hand on experience.
Also you are very thin skinned about your speaker setup, maybe you should take your cause to a speaker forum. I personally can't relate to your posts being a headphone guy, no offense its just not cool to be evaluating things on speakers and posting here confusing people. JMHO