Thanks for any suggestions you can offer.
I continue to seek a solution for processing the sound of streaming audio that must be played on the source's web-page player (like Pandora). Apparently, some sound cards have their own set-up menus that allow for this. Mine does not. So I'm still hunting for a stand-alone EQ/reverb program. I found a few, but most were more expensive than I can justify right now. I just came across Real-Time EQ (RTEQ v 4.10), which is a freebie. It appears that development of the product ceased in 2006. One site that describes it is http://www.afreecodec.com/2053/realtime-equalizer/It does not offer any reverb. I know that many people don't like tampering with their music using DSP, especially reverb. But I find that low-bit-rate streams (like Pandora) often sound much better with just a touch of reverb, and a bit of low-end boost.If I don't hear of any other options for real-time stand-alone DSP, I'll probably give RTEQ a try. It would at least give me the EQ.
In case anyone is following this thread -- just thought I'd give a progress report. I've tried the freebie global DSP program called RTEQ. I had a good deal of trouble working with it, trying to understand how to set it up. Documentation was not sufficient for someone like me who is not overly familiar with the technology. So, unless I turn up another option, it looks like I'll have to pay for software if I want to do EQ on sources like Pandora.Still haven't gotten any response from SRS. That's not a good sign.I'm really surprised that this whole issue (EQ software for all audio sources) isn't more widely discussed. I expected to find plenty of options and opinions. Instead, virtually nothing.