I used this for a year, put it through every test I could to see if I could improve my already stellar hybrid system. I am a guy looking for any improvements at this point. Its all baby steps to get a % point better. I am on a quest to see what is fact or fiction at this point in my career.If something gives me results, I will buy it.But I'm also realistic, if it doesn't translate to the mass, enough said . So, I put this super clock to the test using it with the Orion 32, as well as a few other excellent converters on the market. After a year looking pretty in my rack, I never heard a difference in or out. I even had young ears spend time on this and not one of us heard a bit of difference with it in or out. In fact, I even did numerous null tests with and without it in and was told that a null test doesn't prove anything. What could be wrong I ask? How is it that I can hear subtle changes all the time in a mix but when it comes to this clock, it made absolutely no difference. I was told by the rep in this video that I needed better speakers or better treatment and/or there must be something wrong.. So, I'm pretty disturbed that I didn't hear a bit of difference and was actually treated a bit amateur when I asked for a reason. This product and how it's being hyped has left me questioning people. I'm doing more research to find out why I gain nothing from this. For those who do not know me, I used a world class 32 channel mixing DA system and have over 38 years in making music with both digital audio and analog methods, this isn't my first kick at it. I'm at a loss on this one. As we see in the above video, here are world class guys claiming huge improvements in their sound using the 10M, yet I am using it, running a very sophisticated mixing and mastering system and hear no change. Could the reason I don't hear any change be because I use Sequoia and do not have added ADDA products messing, or reducing stability of my internal clock? Could it be because I do not round trip process back to the tracking DAW? I am a firm believer in internal clocking. There are numerous testimonials from world class designers and ME whom all say internal clocking is the best and that's what I do as well. What interesting is the people I hear claiming this clock is improving their sound are either on Pro Tools or Logic. I have read less trusting comments from people claiming huge improvements but I feel its the placebo effect and/or support of purchase trap. Not one of these people I have asked can prove it actually sounds better in an public A/B. I'm not posting this to create problems or to be an ass, I'm posting this because I am seriously hoping someone will shed light on what I do not hear valid or at least worth investing in. I think this product is only good for those having seriously bad clocking to begin with. Its certainly not for the guy with one converter in a simple system. My feelings are, if your hybrid system is clocked properly to begin with, I don't think any super clock is of any use. At best, I think its more suited for studio running all sorts of digital products in a rats nest going round and round. Thoughts?