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Z-sys : jitter reduction
« on: April 10, 2011, 09:29:52 pm »

Originally Posted by: Tim Boyce on Thu, 03 March 2011

Does anyone know about how the jitter reduction in the Z-Systems equipment works?

I have heard, (but can't find any documentation) that each I/O of the Z-sys routers does jitter reduction, also their Z-EQ's perform jitter reduction as stated in the manual.


Where in the chain is the best place to perform the reduction. I would think at the end of the chain (prior to the final peak limiter if used).

but maybe it would be best after the most jittery piece? The idea be cleaning up the bad output from some other more jitter prone device. even if it was earlier in the chain ..


Does anyone know more about what exactly it is doing to reduce the jitters?? (switch to decaf after 12:00). Thanks!
 
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