6 tools to boost bass sound on Windows 10 PCs [2019 LIST]

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FX Sound (Recommended)

FX Sound, formerly known as DFX Audio Enhancer, which is one of the world’s most popular PC multimedia software accessory.

This tool enhances the sound of most online music and video content – Youtube, Pandora, Spotify – and also perfoms real-time audio enhancement on most popular PC multimedia players including iTunes, Windows Media Player and Winamp.

FX Sound has a completely overhauled user interface compared to DFX that allows you to have a highly intuitive and aesthetically pleasing experience while using it.

If you own an average quality set of PC speakers – that has stopped you from experiencing your music fully – and you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a quality audio system, then FX Sound is definitely a cheaper alternative. It transforms the way you listen to songs into a top-of-the-range listening experience.

This software is very simple and easy to use, it runs in the background and it has a huge impact on the way you’re able to listen to music in 2018.

FX Sound key features:

  • 7.1 Surround Sound
  • High definition music optimization without playback delay
  • Optimization for low quality tracks even – YouTube, Spotify and Pandora
  • You can erase audio compression – MP3’s are heavily compressed to reduce file size but this also affects sound quality
  • Deep Bass and Upper Bass Adjustment
  • Lower-midrange adjustments
  • Fidelity and ambience adjustments
  • Dynamic Range
  • You can easily create and save your own presets.

Even though FX Sound offers all of the features presented above, we will now focus on the Deep Bass and Upper Bass adjustment options.

These two features allow you to easily control/boost or cut bass frequencies: bass guitars, drum sets, electronic drum machines/acoustic drums.

Much of the older audio recordings don’t have much bass energy. FX Sound fixes that with its 110Hz control. In the case that you own a low cost speaker system, you will probably find that the bass doesn’t sound deep enough, ruining your listening experience. If that is the case then it is advisable that you decrease the 110Hz settings to fix it.

Previous users of DFX can upgrade to Fx Sound Premium with a discount.

You can try FX Sound as a 7 free day trial. You can also buy FX Sound Premium and enjoy extra options and settings.