Jitter is another marketing hoax, like 24-bit. By that I mean that it is a theoretical problem only, and not audible in normal setups. A double blind test showed that jitter was not audible until it exceeded 250 nanoseconds (which is 2000 times higher than the 130 ps jitter on a random DAC I selected, the 6-year-old $450 Cambridge Audio DAC Magic - nothing special at all by today's standards). See https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/ast/26/1/26_1_50/_pdf and http://www.stereophile.com/content/cambridge-audio-azur-dacmagic-da-converter-specifications So I hope we can bury this myth as well. All I can say is shame on the audio industry for this incessant false marketing, rather than actually doing something to improve the recordings, where it matters!