By the circuit the following improvements are possible, which depend naturally strongly on the input signal and on the following THERE transducers entry stage:
It works all more calmly and more cleared up. The woman's voices are very silky. The high frequencies are less sharp. Everything works more vividly and more audible.
The jitter killer corrects the jitters of the afflicted input signals. The time errors of the input are revised by a PLL circuit (phase locked loop). (The PLL is an electronic switching configuration, which corrects the phase position and coherently with the frequency of a changeable oscillator in such a way over a closed automatic control loop affected that as small a phase deviation between an outside reference signal and the oscillator.)
The PLL inserts time correct flanks and separates the signal levels of useless flanks.
From the input signal the PLL wins a sturdy clock pulse, synchronously with that
original beat of the input signal runs. - thus without jitters.
Attention: If you use an older CD-Pro2M you need an additional digital output stage between the CD-Pro and the jitter killer. This stage will work with TTL signal.
This is an example for the out put signal of a CD-Player
CD 630 from Philips.
This is the signal coming from the CD-Pro2 direct without output stages and jitter killer:
This is the improvement that the jitter killer and the additional stages make:
You have much better flanks no overshoot. A perfect signal rectangular wave.