DFX Audio Enhancer
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Full user review
"Nag, nag, nag"
Sounds pretty good. . . when it's on
Shuts down and nags user to buy full version every few minutes
Can try only one feature before buying
Fake "sale" price is irritating, undermines credibility of product
Other reviewers have said that the one feature available in the free/trial version simply increases volume. After a week or so of using the version on my desktop and laptop, I'm not sure. However, the "nag" pop-up is so irritatingly frequent--every few songs in Pandora, for example--that I have developed a negative attitude toward the developer. In addition, the nag screens are constantly offering a "limited time only" price which is the same on every computer, every day, and appears to be the real price. This makes be question the integrity of the company. Since the program does improve the sound on my laptop, I'll probably get over my snit long enough to buy the "discount" license at some point, hope I'll never need tech support (see other reviewers' comments), and hope another more forthcoming developer will step in with a product I can fully--or more full--preview.