Stereo enhancers or imagers are old news, all have them some where in some format by some brand and so on. A.O.M made a plug in, that does what you expect and nothing else, it can widen or narrow your signal, but it does not do in it the way you are use to. When Stereo Imager D is widening for example, it uses REAL stereo to do it, and not the fake mono inverted thing we are used to by others, it's the real stereo signal, aka the source without mono, this means, that sounds you hear in the left channel still sit in the left, and still no mono signal. It's in my hornest opinion the best imager i have used, because it is doing what you except an imager to do, and it does it flawless.
It sounds great and clean, no degrading, no extra noise or saturation, just clean controllable stereo and mono.
Only two knobs and two buttons are needed to control. center gain, side gain as the two knobs are called, i guess you can imagine what they do. Auto gain is the first button, it can, as the name says it, auto gain the signals, so they max out the volume. The last buttons is bypass which, like the name of the button, bypasses the whole plug-in.
When i bought this, just because i loved they're limiter, i did not expect anything, but when i heard a REAL STEREO signal without the mono inside, i was blown away, it is actually widening, and not just adding fake stereo to the source, like most other imagers do. Get it to believe it.