8 search results for "posted review audioquest jitterbug"

AudioQuest JitterBug USB Noise Filter

January 25, 2016
AudioQuest JitterBug USB Noise Filter

Peter Roth has posted a review of the AudioQuest JitterBug USB noise filter ($49) at SoundStage! Hi-Fi. His conclusions: “My trials of the JitterBug indicated that, as long as AudioQuest’s few warnings are heeded, there are no downsides, and consistently positive results of varying degrees. Even if, ultimately, the JitterBug produces no improvement in...
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Audioquest Jitterbug, Uptone USB Regen, and Schiit Audio Wyrd

January 10, 2016
Audioquest Jitterbug, Uptone USB Regen, and Schiit Audio Wyrd

Michael Lavorgna has posted a review of the Audioquest Jitterbug ($49), Uptone USB Regen ($175), and Schiit Audio Wyrd ($99) in his Audio Streams column at Stereophile. His conclusions: “I find that the effects of cables and tweaks are most often system-dependent—but they are always user-dependent, owing to the listener’s preferences and priorities. That...
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UpTone Audio USB Regen

January 10, 2016
UpTone Audio USB Regen

Kal Rubinson and Michael Lavorgna has posted a review of the UpTone Audio USB Regen ($175) at Stereophile. Michael Lavorgna’s conclusions: “If you want to try only one of these USB devices, I recommend UpTone’s USB Regen as the performance choice, and AudioQuest’s JitterBug as the budget choice. If your big rig is very...
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Audioquest Jitterbug De-Jittering Device

October 29, 2015
Audioquest Jitterbug De-Jittering Device

Vance Hiner has posted a review of the Audioquest Jitterbug de-jittering device ($49) at The Audio Beat. His conclusions: “udioQuest is not comfortable revealing exactly how they make the JitterBugs actually do the jitterbug. And that’s fair. If I had a runaway hit on my hands, I wouldn’t be eager to tell everyone how...
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AudioQuest JitterBug USB Noise Filter

September 4, 2015
AudioQuest JitterBug USB Noise Filter

John Atkinson has posted a review of the AudioQuest JitterBug USB noise filter ($49) at Stereopile. His conclusions: “You can see from the “Measurements” sidebar that I could find no significant effect that the JitterBug had on the analog signals output by three of the DACs I had to hand. Yet with those DACs...
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AudioQuest JitterBug USB Data and Power Noise Filter

July 30, 2015
AudioQuest JitterBug USB Data and Power Noise Filter

Michael Lavorgna has posted a review of the AudioQuest JitterBug USB Data and Power Noise Filter ($49) at AudioStream. His conclusions: “Summing up, for $49 the AudioQuest JitterBug strikes me as a no-brainer choice for anyone looking to improve their experience of listening to music over USB.” You can read the full review here....
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AudioQuest Jitterbug

July 17, 2015
AudioQuest Jitterbug

Jeff Dorgay has posted a review of the AudioQuest Jitterbug ($50) AT TONEAudio. His conclusions: “The sound quality of cymbals, violin and piano is the most profound example of the JitterBug in action. Vocals become more palpable and realistic, with much more body and dimension. It’s not so much like cleaning a dirty window,...
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AudioQuest JitterBug

July 11, 2015
AudioQuest JitterBug

Alan Sircom has posted a review of the AudioQuest JitterBug ($49) at Hi-Fi+. His conclusions: “So, precisely what do you get in sound terms for your £40? More realism: vocals seem less pinched and stressed, you are more able to hear the tubes sagging in a wailing guitar amp in full compression, and the...
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