Esoteric G-ORb Master Clocks in general


I have been reading about the effects of an external clock and it has me wondering. The goal of the clock is to get the Transport and DAC working together. This will reduce clock jitter. My question is wouldn't it be better to have the transport sync with the clock in the DAC instead?

PS. I am not saying the Esoteric units aren't any good or anything like that. I'm sure they are wonderful.
bryans
It just seems that having the transport clock to the DAC would be the perfect thing since the idea of jitter is to have both units working together. But like everything else we must use our ears and let them decide.
The best way to synchronize clocks is with the outboard master clock. Every recording studio on earth has one and every CD or SACD is recorded with the master clock synchronizing A/D and D/A. The Esoteric G-0rb is superior to every other clock by definition. I have compared it to DCS VErona and it clearly outclasses it. Antelope also makes rubidium clock and it costs $6000, much more then their cheaper offering mentioned above.
The Antelope "Isochrone 10M" Rb clock outputs at 10MHz and is NOT a standalone external clock. One must synchronize/slave an external clock to it. The dCS Scarlatti and Antelope temperature controlled crystal oscillator external clocks can accept "Isochrone 10M" input. Perhaps the dCS Verona and the Esoteric "crystal" (don't know the model #)clocks can, but I don't know for certain. Obviously, Esoteric's top end Rb oscillator clock need not apply...