Dirac Live LE vs Dirac Live FULL: Why you should upgrade the NAD T758 V3 to Dirac Live FULL

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AV Nirvana just conducted a thorough review of the NAD T 758 V3, specifically highlighting the important performance differences between Dirac Live LE and Dirac Live Full. For those looking to get the most out of their home theater system, Dirac Live Full is the way to go.

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Hans Beekhuyzen Calls the Impact of Dirac Live "Stunning"

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Audio Evangelist Hans Beekhuyzen provides an in-depth review of Dirac Live and the NAD T758 V3. Hans calls the impact of Dirac Live full version “stunning” while his YouTube channel subscribers call this review his “very best video” yet. Watch below to find out why…

Source: Hans Beekhuyzen YouTube Channel (here).

Want to learn more about the new version Dirac Live? Click here to read a Q&A with Dirac Head of Product Management Jakob Ågren and click here for the official press release.

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Dirac Live Featured in the Wall Street Journal

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According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, Dirac Live is one of two solutions that can help remedy the issue of poor sound quality that’s produced by streaming music.

While our favorite streaming services may have prioritized music accessibility and abundance over sound quality, Dirac Live – along with our other home theater, mobile, automotive, and virtual reality audio solutions – is making sure that regardless of the device or the music distribution platform, your audio always sounds as pristine and powerful as it should!

Read more about Dirac Live in this WSJ piece (subscription required): Here.

Sound on Sound: Symphonova is Reproducing A Full Orchestral Performance with Dirac Live

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After centuries of remaining steadfastly unchanged, a new symphony experience has now arrived.

Symphonova blends human talent with sophisticated technology – such as virtual instruments, gestural recognition, and Dirac Live room correction – to create a symphony experience that matches the brilliance and beauty of a traditional 100-person ensemble playing in an acoustically-perfect concert hall, yet with a fraction of the musicians and in any acoustically-imperfect venue (such as the ballroom of the 15th-century Herstmonceux castle.)

Read more about how the Dirac-equipped Symphonova is democratizing the modern day symphony in this piece by Sound On Sound here

Sound & Vision's Review on NAD T758 V3 A/V Receiver: "Dirac is an Audio Tweakers' Paradise"

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"...The biggest story here is the addition of Dirac, from the 15- year-old Swedish company that offers room correction for high-end home theater systems as well as audio processing for mobile and automotive use. NAD has not just adopted Dirac Live LE but also gotten PSB’s speaker-designing eminence grise Paul Barton to tweak it...Ultimately, Dirac is an audio tweaker’s paradise; it’s great to see how your system measures in your room and how the program corrects it. And the results, as you’ll read below, were excellent..." Read it!

An In-Depth Review of the NAD T758 & Dirac Live

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Source: Secrets of Home Theater & High Fidelity (here)
Author/ Reviewer: Chris Eberle

In the past two years, Ultra HD and new surround sound formats have come to market and many users are looking to upgrade their receivers to get the most from all the latest content.

For those people, NAD offers the T 758 V3 AV Surround Sound Receiver. It represents a great value choice at only $1300 and includes HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2 to pass Ultra HD signals with HDR and extended color. You also get support for the Dolby Atmos object-oriented audio format. But the icing on the cake is Dirac Live. This advanced room correction system goes far beyond Audyssey and addresses not only frequency but also impulse response. The result is a well-balanced sound that brings out tons of detail and presents it in a wide soundstage.

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