Compatible With Most Online Music, Video, News and Sports Websites
DFX enhances the sound of most online music and video websites in supported Web browsers, including YouTube, Pandora, Hulu, CNN, ESPN, Last.fm, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Facebook, Yahoo!, Google+, Amazon.com, Google Play, iTunes Movie Trailers, TuneIn, Grooveshark, MOG, VEVO, Rdio, Rhapsody, Flickr, Deezer, Slacker Radio, Jango, Turntable.fm, SoundCloud, Songza, iHeartRadio, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Pitchfork, Blip.tv, and many more.
Compatible With Most Online Games
DFX enhances the sound of most online gaming websites and web apps in supported Web browsers, including Zynga, Angry Birds, Yahoo! Games, Games.com, Addicting Games, Miniclip, Nickelodeon Games, Shockwave.com, PBS Kids Games, Pogo.com, MSN Games, Disney Games, Cartoon Network Games, PopCap, GameHouse, Big Fish Games, Bigpoint.com, Candystand.com, and many more.
DFX enhances the sound of media players
Compatible With Popular Desktop Media Players and Media Formats
DFX enhances the sound of most popular media players, including iTunes, Spotify, Windows Media Player, Winamp, VLC media player, QuickTime Player, Pandora One Desktop, RealPlayer, Rhapsody Software, Last.fm Scrobbler, JetAudio, GOM Player, MediaMonkey, foobar2000, DivX Player, BS.Player, and JRiver Media Center.
DFX enhances nearly all downloaded audio formats:
MP3, AAC (M4A), Windows Media (WMA), Real Media (RMJ), Ogg Vorbis (OGG), and WAV.
DFX also enhances nearly all popular streaming audio formats:
Windows Media, streaming MP3, and RealAudio. That means you can enjoy DFX enhancement with nearly all Internet radio stations including ShoutCast, Live365, SKY.FM, TuneIn, and many others.
DFX also enhances the audio soundtracks of video formats:
MPEG-4/H.264 (MP4, MOV, M4V), Windows Media, Real Media, Winamp video, and DivX video.
Finally, DFX can even enhance CD playback.
 Web browsers supported: Internet Explorer 8, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.
 On supported browsers, DFX enhances online music, video, and game websites which utilize Flash Player, QuickTime, Windows Media Player, or HTML5 for audio playback.
 Media formats must NOT be protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management) technology.