MP3 Doctor Pro Review

MP3 Doctor does its job, but there are so many more just like it

Submitted by NeciFiX on Thu, 2007-08-23 11:22.
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The lowest price: 26.05$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Good features, pretty simple to use, does its job
Can fail to work, nothing that special.

When I first got into MP3 Doctor it had a good layout and served a good purpose. It has a few handy features such as an equalizer, changing the tempo, and other things as well. There isn't any real way to get it to always work. I have done simple things that went into an error state and did not produce results, such as the 'normalizer' and equalizer, I tried this on a laptop and my other computer and the same result was recorded. Basically, it's pretty basic. The sound quality is good, about or only slightly less than the original that you put through. It's nothing that special and that's the lowdown. You can find another product just like it that does the same thing, while it is pretty good at doing what it is designed for it has flaws, I wouldn't think it's worth the buy.

Ease of Use: 5 out of 5. Its very easy to use, very simple layout, very easy to get around.

Sound Quality: 3.5 out of 5. Usually pretty good, a few songs became static ridden, others were unharmed. The way the sound comes out is as spontaneous as if it will work or not.

Effectiveness: 4/5. It's effective but there are MANY other programs just like it that are cheaper or in fact --- free.

Help/Support: I checked the website out and it includes somewhat poor descriptions on the features, the FAQ was okay, but nothing huge.


There are many products just like this that you can get for cheaper, this seems to be a rip of to me, it does its job, sometimes not too well, but it's a decent program, nothing outstanding. There are a thousand more just like it and that's really all there is to it.