Quote- As tested independently by a UK well known hi-fi mag using the latest electronic test equipment costing £100000-or more. on the Cyrus XTSE[not the plus which I have]=Signal related jitter in the digital stream can be seen in our analysis where the residual from a 1 KHZ--minus 60DB tone can be seen with a level of 45 PS at 1KHZ and other related components remain below-10PS .The jitter residual from the -60DB [minus] tone is about as low as it gets so the Cyrus transport is as clean as can be reasonably expected.Random jitter from hum and clock noise etc was very low, lower than 5PS on peaks. Checks were made of sample rate and to ensure linearity wasnt compromised by factors such as noise. Band width extended to 21 KHZ a sweep into our Rohde+ Schwarz UPV digital analyser. fixed tones giving a perfectly flat result with measured distortion at 0.019--as low as it gets. The Cyrus CD XTSE transport gives a fine set of results as a transport and works very well.end quote.
Do you understand the term "total correlated jitter"?
And why do you suddenly quote expensive measurement machines? I thought machines ("robots") are evil?
If it fits your "argument" you badmouth measurements, but when it doesn't you use them for your argument. One time you make anti-scientific statements, the next time you use science. Can't have it both ways..
Edited by xnor - 8/17/13 at 12:44pm