Can (or should) you “Reclock” a Bluesound Node?

I have one going into a pretty darn good system.

I know this could start a jitter discussion, but is there any SQ benefit in connecting the Node to a reclocking device like Wyred4Sound or Denafrips then to your outboard DAC?

the goal being to reduce jitters and feed the DAC with a purer digital signal?

I know they range from $200 to $4,000.
have always wondered if a “digital transport” feeding a dac would add value.

sure, I’m gonna listen me self, but thought to ask you guys,

Can a Reclocking hurt the performance of an older DAC? I'm learning too OP. :-)

I have an OLD 5.1 Krell that I’ve had a long long time. It WAS a great DAC and two channel with sub control (very nice feature at the time) Besides a good AV 20+ years ago. Is it too old? Is there a point where a reclocking will NOT help a DAC that is too old? Still plays and works great...Wonderful remote too.

I run 3 DACs all at least 8 years old, some 20+. At what point is reclocking a good idea?

I would think ALL my systems would work better after 8 years.

I’m just frugal. Will a 300.00 reclocker make my 10 year old C2500 DAC sound better? OR is spending a 1000.00 (or so) for a better one to ALSO help with RtR homebrew recording tapes a good investment and tool to do so with?

I think I’m (kinda') staying on topic, (left handed people you know).. :-) 1000 questions but can’t spell.. Typical lefty.. LOL

I have revamped my system a little.

Bought a Project Stream Box S2 Ultra streamer, feeding this into a modded LKS DA-004 Dac (via Mad Scientist Black Magic USB).
Finally replacing an old Macbook Pro as source.

I'm planning to add my M2Tech Hiface Evo 2/Evo Clock with Black Cat Silverstar cables. A good move?
Why not SPDIF?  It's an Audio Note w/o USB. These DACs come stock with SPDIF coax and BNC, some with AES EBU.

Not sure how a 'reclocker' works but I have just added an 'external' very high quality clock to my digital system.  This does not 'reclock' the signal, but presents an external timing reference to the component.  The component was a dCS Network Bridge.  

The impact was magic.   

The bigger 'magic' (by orders of magnitude) was upgrading the clock cable from the basic one that was supplied - this is not necessarily expensive.   Caelin Gabriel (owner Shunyata) advises the jitter removal from this action is what brings digital into analog territory. I can only agree.

Best wishes