Theta TLC Jitter Buster

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Theta TLC Jitter Buster

Theta TLC Jitter Buster

Product Description

Anti Jitter device. Theta Digital's Timebase Linque Conditioner (TLC) works by "cleaning up" the digital signal from your transport or other digital source. Inside the TLC, the digital signal is conditioned with ultra-fast logic and re-clocked with an ultra-low-jitter master clock. The TLC can be used to improve the quality of virtually any digital source, producing increased detail more stable imaging, and better transparency. It's a much more involving experience.
 
 

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by esec a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: June 6, 2007

Bottom Line:   I wish to share my experiences with this component here as I have been using it for more than 13 years. I owned the original TLC but a year back, part of the circuit burned out so I had it replaced with a used one bought at S$90 only from a local buy/sell forum. Apparently not many appreciate this product & may have some bad experiences with it, so this partly account for the low low price. And, the replacement is the newer model with the separate DC power supply which is better!

I use the TLC together with a Kimber AGDL & Audioquest VideoZ cables. These are comparatively very much cheaper than the top-of-line Aural Symphonic digital cables (Statement, Standard) I have. When used with a very old model CD player, the Marantz CD52 (bought at S$60), the sound improved tremendously & comes close to being on par with the Theta CD transport (S$3K) I have. Out of curiosity, I used the TLC with the Theta CD transport & lo & behold, I was shocked; the sound quality took a great leap up another level, doubled, if I may say so. I had not expect this result with a high-end transport but the music was now so much more relaxed, refined & real. The music from a piano sound so eerily lifelike & comes much closer to that from a real piano playing in my house. Similarly, when connected from a Pioneer LD player via a Toslink cable, the sound quality improved significantly, though not by the same degree as the CD transport.

 

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