Hellllloooo fellow audiophiles.
I too have purchased a Jays audio mark 3 transport and are waiting for delivery fron DHL. I cannot comment on its sound yet but there seems to be a disbelief in the fact that transports make a audible difference from one brand to another. We need to remember that one of the most important parts of a transport is the quality of the clock. Digital audio reproduction is a complicated series of events to reproduce the audio waveform and because of that complexity leaves its conversion processes hard to pinpoint which is the best method to implement. I will update this thread on my impressions of the new transport after I spent some time with it. I am not a believer in first impressions because when you get something new and shiny you tend to acoustically fool yourself into a inaccurate evaluation.