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Jitter we all have it. How does it sound when we make it better ?

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As I have to products that improve audio over USB with dacs. I have recently had a little more time then usual to play with toys I own .
I did the following tests. Just how much and what parts does jitter effect our music. I will say what I hear but I would very much like to know others opinions as well. One of the dacs I own is in a hdvd800 by sennheiser . It's a combo dac headphone amp. The amp is very good with the hd800. But the dac gets ripped apart in reviews at least the honest ones. So I played one of my reference tracks to try and here just what changes. Well the change is jaw dropping to say the least. But I noticed it's not so much with vocals it's more with horns and most defiantly cymbals . Big time with them. It also effects the base details but also the amount. One of my songs has the cymbals with the rivets they tend to give them more air around them. Well without the AP1/PP they sounded terrible . Like they were just hissing. When I added the unit the level of clarity was amazing . But as it improved the entire sound of the song it clearly effected some more than others. Does anyone here have any thoughts on this .
Al
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Still looking forward to trying out the A2+Pure power. I too have an issue with the cymbals with the hdvd 800 + hd 800, so you being specific about that just made the potential purchase even more enticing. Thanks again for your impressions on the Audiophilleo units.

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