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AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuitry

AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuitry
  • AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuitry
  • AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuit
  • AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuit
  • AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuit
  • AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuit
  • AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuit

AudioQuest Jitterbug USB Filter - Dual Line-Conditioning Circuitry

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5 of 5 Stars! (3 customer reviews)

David Herd
Date Added: Wednesday 27 January, 2016
5 of 5 Stars!
Hmmm, curious wee thing. But it does work, and with some set-ups I think it'll work better than others. At work I use it with USB memory through a Marantz NA 7004 (network audio player) running into a Denon DA300SA DAC driving a Primare cdi 10 with T...Read moreannoy DCT4 speakers. The first thing I noticed was a general "tidy-up" of the sound. With a bit more listening it became obvious that the percussion instruments all sounded that little bit more real; drum skins and sound dry and taught (as they should). Plucked instruments also sounded more direct and visceral. Voices to sound as if there is a bit more air round them.
But it was using the jitterbug at home where I started doubting my own sanity! Equipment; Pioneer N50 (network audio player) fed by a Synology NAS driving a Teac UD 501 DAC in to a Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum amp and Epos 22i speakers. The same improvements were heard, when I plugged the jitterbug into the Pioneer N50 using USB memory and when streaming music from the NAS drive (USB memory unplugged). But weirdest of all, even when I plugged the jitterbug into the USB socket of the NAS drive (no memory stick) there was the same level of improvement, not sure I really understand why this should happen; unless the standard of 5v supply inside almost everything we attach to hifi is generally very poor quality? Rumour has it that they can be used in multiple positions through a system, I think I might just try that!
Is the jitterbug worth the £40? If you use USB memory, or anything with a USB socket, YES! It's probably the best £40 I've spent on hifi in the last 20 years.
5 of 5 Stars!
David O'Hare
Date Added: Friday 06 November, 2015
5 of 5 Stars!
If you use your laptop or pc to listen to your music via a dac then this has to be an essential purchase, cleans up the background noise beautifully and for the price its a no brainer!
5 of 5 Stars!
Richard Field
Date Added: Friday 30 October, 2015
5 of 5 Stars!
I bought my first Jitterbug to go between my Mac Mini and USB cable to Chord TT DAC. I play a lot of Hi Res music, mainly DSF files and the sound was immediately clearer and more focussed. In particular, songs by a male tenor hitting top C were break...Read moreing up and sounded fractured, but the Jitterbug gave a smoother. more controlled sound. I then bought a second Jitterbug, as the review magazine suggested and this further improved the sound by about another 50%. These two relatively inexpensive units made a significant difference of the sort that one normally has to pay £100s, or £1000s to achieve and I can thoroughly recommend them.
5 of 5 Stars!
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