FxSound Enhancer 13.03
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FxSound Enhancer Review
Last Updated: 2019-05-07 11:27:51
It's no secret that music in most of the forms you listen to are compressed. Many wouldn't notice because that's what they've been used to, but people who are more enthusiastic generally dislike the audio quality in Youtube or various other streaming services. The FxSound Enhancer targets those people by giving them an affordable, yet passive way to enhance and customize their listening experience.
As soon as you boot the FxSound Enhancer, it will immediately enhance any audio that's already playing. I was personally listening to a podcast on Youtube at the time, and I immediately noticed the enhancements to fidelity and simulated 3D effect, among many other enhancements. Looking at the program itself showed me the audio spectrum, and there were multiple tabs on the side to further tweak my listening experience.
In particular, there are five different effects that you can adjust – Fidelity, Ambience, 3d Surround, Dynamic Boost, and Bass. Simply sliding these back and forth already produce a very noticeable effect. If you feel you've gone too far, there's a handy reset button to bring you back to the beginning. Another tab is labeled equalizer, which lets you modify the volume of each frequency individually, letting you tune out the flaws of the audio you're listening to and enhancing the good parts – much like how EQ is used in music.
If you're intimidated by all these options, have no fear. There are a number of presets as well, all of which are labeled in a beginner friendly way. For instance, one is labeled “Rock”, while another is labeled “Jazz”. These are self-explanatory.
FxSound Enahncer isn't free, you'll need to pay 40 dollars for lifetime access. If you're an audiophile, though, I would recommend this program very much.
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