Looking for a good audio enhancer for your PC? Try DFX Plus

By: Madeleine Dean
2 minute read

If you use your Windows 10 computer mostly for listening to music or watching movies or videos on YouTube, an audio enhancer will definitely improve your listening experience. Simply changing the settings in your equalizer and using the presets in an audio player is not enough to enjoy crystal clear sound quality. Installing an audio enhancer, however, allows you to control more parameters and better customize your listening experience according to your needs.

If you’re looking for a really good audio enhancer, the DFX Plus Audio Enhancer is what you need.

DFX Plus Audio Enhancer

DFX Plus is the premium version of the well-known free DFX Audio Enhancer. Apart from the regular features available in the free version of the tool, DFX Plus brings four extra features:

  • Unlimited HD quality audio: This feature allows you to double your audio enhancement capabilities.
  • 3D surround sound: In others words, the tool virtually puts you inside the music.
  • 39 finely-tuned music presets: If you don’t want to tinker with DFX Plus’ settings, you can use the pre-set settings for all kinds of music.
  • Headphones listening mode: You’ll enjoy optimum sound for headphones and earbuds.

The DFX Plus Audio Enhancer is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, 8.1, Windows 7 and Windows Vista as well as Windows XP. However, if you’re planning to install DFX Plus on a Windows XP PC, you should also know that it works differently than on newer versions of Windows. You can check the special Windows XP requirements on DFX Plus’ support page.

The latest version of DFX Plus is version 12 and all the customers who purchased a previous version of the tool may upgrade to the latest DFX Plus version at a reduced price.

You can currently purchase the DFX Plus Audio Enhancer for $39.99, down from $49.99.

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