performance wise i would love to know how this would compare to one of Frans' filters.
i will have to try again with sonarworks following some of your comments Gordon.
I think they might be pretty close, Simon. The one thing that makes the Kameleon different is the fact that it can use any source and not just a computer.
There are also two versions, a portable ome (or more portable because it's fairly large) and a desk top version. Both now have a volume control as well and can drive pretty high i,pedance headphones nicely.
Sonarworks ties you to a computer but works much the same way except you need an amp or dac/amp to follow.
another advantage of a filter for me over sonarworks is when i switch from foobar to youtube, which i do quite a lot.
I got another e-mail from them today saying that the single licence version is being withdrawn from 1st March. After that they'll only be selling the 3 licence version at the reduced price of 99 euros.
Seems an odd decision as I'm sure many folk only have one computer they'll use it on. No way I'd be willing to pay extra for licences I don't need...struggling to justify the cost of a licence as it is as I find the plug-in too limiting for my needs (limited amount of headphones supported and no integration with streaming services).
If you have JRiver you can use your VST plugins system wide. Explaining here is a bit complicated. I need to call you to share how to do this.
That's very kind of you but I've decided to give Sonar Works a miss.
I don't have JRiver and had installed the trial version so I could try the SW headphone plug in. Even if I could apply it globally the limited amount of headphones that are currently supported means I'd rarely use it.