Vincent you said " An experimental setup would be to compare the transport and the HF connected to the DAC by means of a high quality reclocker. This should eliminate differences in jitter from the source.
do you mean something like this ?
am not familiar w/ this unit ..is it for analyzing or is it used to remove jitter ?
as far as which of my components ( HF or transport ) is producing the most jitter ...its a pretty safe bet that its not the transport
this is why I had considered replacing the clock oscillator on the PCB in the HF as many of the pro modders offer ....Gigi points out as do others that this is a waste of money and point to documentation supporting this ...I do not know as much as I would like to about digital audio ...however if I have jitter that originates in the HF that is not dealt with by my battery DAC...... whereas the jitter that comes out of my CD transport is removed by the DAC to the point of being so far ahead in sound superiority as to be apparent by anyone who hears it ...
then this jitter has to be coming from somewhere
I really like the idea of the HF ...I want to love it ...but if it cannot recreate what I have already then it will be difficult to live w/ it .
Gigi as per your DC question please look at Vinnie Rossi's site as per Vincent's post and :
http://www.referenceaudiomods.com/Merch ... t_Count=38