Can Someone Explain "Jitter" Commonsensically? What mystifies me is why jitter correction should make such a difference to the sound quality of music. Based on reviews of this product . . . http://www.monarchyaudio.com/DIP.htm . . . I bought one used for a mere $150 to see if it would help. Not only did it help, it BY FAR was the most dramatic improvement in the sound quality of my music system. Every single CD I have jumped leaps and bounds in quality. If you research jitter, you get quick explanations about how pulses are messed up, spread out over time, etc., but I still can't explain it properly to my friends. Can anybody explain in lay terms why jitter correction would have such an improved effect on music?