As long as there is digital, there will be "digititus" rearing it's ugly head in some form or another. You may be familiar with it if you're old enough to come from an analogue background, or be oblivious to it if you're not.
Either way, the less of it you have the better your music is going to sound. It comes from both the digital mastering process and associated software, meaning it is embedded into many recordings. It also comes from hardware like DAC's and computers in many forms not the least of which is - jitter.
It causes the music to loose lots of liquidity, a fair amount of density and some dimensionality. I would say it is the number one cause of listening fatigue and for most audiophiles a familiar source of frustration.
Without going back in time and fixing it at it's source, all we can do is try to recover the intent of the music by fixing what's there. We only know of three reliable ways to accomplish this result. Drugs, Alcohol or a passive filter... the later being by far the most reliable since it doesn't involve humans, computers, software, or moving parts.
The Pills can put musicality back into much of your digital music library and can also have game changing results with many of today's new LP's.
To use either model of the Decware Pill, simply insert it between your source and preamp using your favorite RCA cables. Use one pill for each channel.
The Pills come in two flavors:
PAC-G - Works best with mid-fi gear and Internet streams like Pandora.
PAC-S - Works best with hi-fi gear and High Def Internet streams.
Please read the owner's manual below for more information on how the Pills work, and way's to use them.
Pills come with a 30 day in home trial