Well jitter is not corrupted bits. Jitter is a timing variation upon conversion to analog. So if bits are read off the CD into a buffer, the clock out of the buffer will determine the level of jitter experienced. The signal off the CD could have been very jittery with correct bits, then buffered and clocked out the remaining jitter is whatever the buffer has.
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