John Atkinson wrote,while describing the Cantata's DAC jitter test results: "With the Cantata fed the same 16- and 24-bit J-test data via USB (fig.11), the traces are free from all jitter-related artifacts: evidence for the efficacy of the Cantata's asynchonous USB receiver. Although I didn't test it, the Cantata's Ethernet input should similarly be jitter-free."
I ask because I have never seen a techincal review of ethernet digital input performance. Now Stereophile joins the crowd of not providing any review of ethernet digital audio, but at least suggests that it might be jitter-free. But there is no reason for this opinion given in the review.
John, could you provide some commentary on issues realted to ethernet transmission of digital audio? I know it seems to work well in my system up to 96/24 resolution, using a 2TB Iomega DNLA server and a Denon AVR-3310CI main processor for my home theater and stereo listening room zones.