While your laptop may be a high-end model that costs hundreds of dollars, its speakers might still sound a bit tinny and disappointing for the price. Limitations in space and power usually cause poor sound quality in most notebooks because these constraints downsize the related components such as audio chips, amplifiers, analog-to-digital converters, and speakers.
There is a solution, though: You can help improve the sound quality of any music format using software tools like the Simple Magic Audio Enhancer. The tool is designed as a plugin for Winamp and enhances the sound quality of MP3, Internet radio, Windows Media, and other music files.
Simple Magic Audio Enhancer can lend a premium stereo system sound to your PC, providing a perfect listening environment to the household. You can adjust the settings to suit your taste: Increase audio levels, refresh stereo depth, achieve a deep bass sound, enhance the clarity, and optimizethe headphone sound.
Some of the tool’s features include:
- Speech processing modes
- Double audio enhancement capabilities
- 3D surround sound
- Stereo ambience
- High fidelity restoration
The software can also help cancel persistent background hiss that ruins the quality of your favorite song. Designed by Simple Magic Inc., it offers convenient controls over how your music file sounds.
Simple Magic Audio Enhancer has a stylish user interface that helps you easily adjust your music experience. The tool also comes with high fidelity restoration feature that allows you to restore the quality of poor files.
The tool has a free trial version, though it offers the bare minimum in features. Still, you can take advantage of the program’s nifty features to let you get the music experience that you want.
We recommend you install the Simple Magic Audio Enhancer primarily on Windows XP, and Windows 7. You can download the tool from Soft32.
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