DFX Audio Enhancer 11.105

DFX dramatically improves the sound quality of Internet and digital audio. Whether you're listening to downloaded audio tracks or live Internet radio streams, DFX will greatly enhance your listening experience. DFX enhances Internet-oriented audio listening experiences by correcting for the sonic limitations of nearly all the popular data compressed Internet audio formats. Data compressed audio suffers from two major problems: loss of high frequency fidelity and loss of stereo separation and depth. DFX compensates for the loss of high frequency fidelity by carefully regenerating the missing high frequency harmonics in the audio. DFX then compensates for the reduced stereo imaging and depth by carefully generating ambience and stereo depth. Typical PC-based multimedia playback systems and even home stereo playback systems also suffer from limited dynamic range and headroom. DFX compensates for this limited headroom by carefully processing the audio to increase the perceived loudness of the audio without altering the perceived dynamic range. This can dramatically increase the undistorted playback level available when listening to MP3 and other streaming audio files.

Features:

  • 3D Surround Sound - Immerse yourself inside the music
  • Stereo Ambience - Renew lost stereo depth
  • Dynamic Gain Boosting - Pump up the volume
  • Headphones Optimization - Hear more pleasant, natural sounds with headphones
  • Customizable Music Presets - Select finely-tuned settings for many styles of music
  • Booming HyperBass - Produce deeper, richer bass
  • High Fidelity Restoration - Eliminate that "muffled" sound
  • Spectrum Analyzer - "See" DFX enhance your sound
  • Music and Speech Modes - Get optimized sound for any type of audio
  • Customizable Skins - Choose from hundreds of amazing skins

What's new in this version:

  • Fixed: Installation timeout issue for some users
  • Fixed: Updated user manuals

Download: DFX Audio Enhancer 11.105 | 3.2 MB (Shareware, $24.99)
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For all those noobs whining about dfx making sounds worse, i think youre just all very ignorant on how to use it. I can tell the difference in the sound output between with or without dfx. It actually sounds better...Stop whining and learn how to use it

Invane said,
For all those noobs whining about dfx making sounds worse, i think youre just all very ignorant on how to use it. I can tell the difference in the sound output between with or without dfx. It actually sounds better...Stop whining and learn how to use it

Totally agree with you on this, most people simply have no clue how to use it, the increased fidelity of sound this little program brings to the table is indisputable.

Digital music needing enhancing is a blatant failure on the hardware side. Buy good headphones, instead of this. Music is not made to be tampered with.

No need to blow money on this. Just adjust your sound settings via the Control Panel or driver and use its own equalizer. Doesn't every audio player under the sun have settings that effect audio quality by now anyway?

exit said,
I paid for this program and now it wants to install Real Player

And? A lot of major programs offer you to install third-party crap. Decline the offer (or uninstall) and move on.

exit said,
I paid for this program and now it wants to install Real Player

Real Player??? never saw that while installing it, and I have been using it for a long time, if anything decline the offer as exit said.

Actually it's excellent software, most people don't know how to use it though, you must play with its controls and keep in mind your Soundcard equalizer settings too, also putting all settings to the max is not what brings the good sound.

I tried this once. It distorts and makes most things sound horrible (usually worse than without it). Don't get the point of this other than it sounding cool and looking good on paper...

Obry said,
I tried this once. It distorts and makes most things sound horrible (usually worse than without it). Don't get the point of this other than it sounding cool and looking good on paper...

I totally agree. Tried it before too and it made music sound worse.