Room acoustics is an often overlooked factor, but it's probably something that you should spend the most time on, if you're after the "perfect" sound.All your "perfect" equipment is wasted if you don't take care of that.
You can't do perfect sound with 2 channels. Next, please?
Like you, I will say Google it. There are several on AES's website. I believe it was around >220ps (don't hold me that, its from memory, I may be off).Clearly there are thresholds of jitter that everyone on this forum could DBT.
Will I get PERFECT sound quality with the following setup? Lossless music on laptop - connect via HDMI to a perfect receiver which in turn connects to perfect speakers.What can go wrong?