I'm sure some of you have already seen, err, heard this (and if you have, you should've e-mailed me, you loser!) but go check out a product called DFX at this site. It's a plugin for Winamp that uses some high-end audio processing techniques to make your music sound a ton better than it does now.
They've got a trial version available for download, so go pull it down and install it; unless you're jaded beyond belief, you will be impressed.
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