Is this DAC based on mktg or concrete stuff? Job


Dear all, I would appreciate your opinion about the JOB company DAC (they are a sister company of Goldmund)
Are their converter based on real quality or is just a well prepared marketing effort?
Don't say listen to them as they are not around in shops.
I herewith encluded some notes I grab in their web site.
MAYBE ANYONE OF YOU HAVE THE CAPABILITY TO READ BETWEEN THEIR ANNOUNCMENTS.
I am under debate about a Job DAC or just go for the nominated ART DIO Modded.
Please let me know.
Tks so much, hard question but sure you will help

Based on the latest Goldmund "Alize" ultra-transparent technology the JOB DA converter provides exceptional performance and a very easy access to the best digital source for a mini JOB system.
Its unique time alignment, ultra-low noise and distortion provide a transparency and accuracy to digital signals with all the soft and delineate characteristics of analogue.

Very reasonable in price for its professional quality, but also extremely small in dimensions for its performance, the JOB converter is a very versatile converter providing SPDIF coaxial, XLR balanced and Toslink connectors to receive any kind of source equipment.
The components used in this circuit are of extremely high quality, most are military grade. TECHNICAL
The principled used are not all in the public domain yet. However, it is known that the single high-density module used in the JOB DA includes 3 revolutionary circuits :
 A new type of Digital Interface canceling all Jitter from the signal, based on a quartz locked frequency.
 A new type of D/A circuitry, more accurate than any typical single-bit, multi-bit, 16, 18, 20, 22 or 24 bits D/A chip.
 A new circuit of analogue filtering, multi-stage, extremely complex and providing the extraordinary time alignment of the unit.
The phenomenal time alignment of the unit is probably its main technical advantage. Providing a unique aliveness and exceptional "Recognition Factor".

DATA
INPUTS
 JOB DA48 : 1 x RCA 24 bits 48kHz
OUTPUTS
 2 x RCA analogue right and left.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
 At 44.1 kHz : +/- 0.25 dB, 20 Hz - 20 kHz.
OUTPUT LEVEL
 2V on 2.2kOhms
GROUP DELAY
Propagation delay stable with frequency within 100 picosecond from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.
DISTORTION
 Harmonic on 24 bits signal at 44.1 kHz : THD < 0.002 %.
DYNAMIC RANGE
 At 44.1 kHz with 24 bits signal EIAJ A Weighted : > 104 dB.
SAMPLING FREQUENCY.
 JOB DA48 : 30-48 kHz. 24 bits capable.
CHANNEL GAIN MISMATCH
 < 0.2 dB.
POWER CONSUMPTION
 At 44.1 kHz with digital silence : 1W.
SIZE AND WEIGHT
 15 cm W x 20 cm D x 5 cm H. - Weight : 1.5 kg net.
ad010685
The ad makes me want to run away from it -- e.g., "removes all jitter". Overpromises. The whole thing just doesn't feel right ... and I've been in marketing for 20 years. Bear in mind that I've never heard it and have done no research on it beyond reading the copy you've supplied.

If it were my decision based on the information above, I'd go for a tried and true "Audiogon recommended" component. There are lots of good threads on the subject here. The modded ART DIO would be my pick if it was between just those two. My two cents.
Ad010685, I don't mean to offend, but do you believe all that marketing crap?

Hey Ozfly, what'sup, bro? :-)
6chac, not offended
In fact on your remark I based my post.
Ad, I'm curious which fine remark of six's you based that on?

6chac, just hanging in right now. Always good to read your posts.