San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 8, 2009
Power Technology today introduced iDFX™, a software accessory for the popular iTunes program that for the first time enables iPod and iPhone portable music players to provide listeners with the full rich sound quality of the original CD recordings.
"iDFX re-encodes your current MP3 and AAC files using a patent-pending method that repairs the damage and lost harmonics that occurred during the original encoding process," said Dr. Paul F. Titchener, Power Technology President. "The sound quality increase is striking, not just a slight improvement only an audiophile would hear, but a dramatic improvement that makes the original MP3 sound muffled in comparison. iDFX also solves the iPod problem of some songs being too quiet and some songs blasting your ears by setting all your songs to a standard volume level".
iDFX installs as an accessory for the popular iTunes program for Windows. iDFX allows the user to select individual songs for enhancement or the user can enhance their entire song library with a single mouse click, and the enhancement includes setting all your songs to a standard volume level. iDFX also substantially increases the audio clarity and undistorted maximum output level for all iPod speaker docking stations and in car connections.
iDFX also provides full speed CD ripping with iDFX enhancement included.
iDFX is available for immediate purchase from fxsound.com with a MSRP of $39.99, and free trial versions are also available at that website location. A demonstration MP3 file is also available for download at fxsound.com/idfxdemo .
Power Technology was founded in 1992 by Dr. Paul F. Titchener, who received his Ph.D. in 1983 from Stanford University. Dr. Titchener holds multiple patents and was a co-founder of Comdisco Systems, a company that introduced an innovative DSP and communications system design tool with world wide sales exceeding $300 million. At Power Technology Dr. Titchener introduced professional audio products that won top design awards from Mix Magazine, Electronic Musician and EQ Magazine. In 2000 Power Technology introduced the DFX® MP3 enhancer for the Windows Media Player, which since its introduction has become one of the internet's most popular MP3 accessories with over 25 million downloads.
Dr. Paul F. Titchener, President
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