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DIRAC TECHNICAL DEEP DIVE

Dirac’s MIMO framework for Active Room Treatment and Unison.

Understand Dirac’s MIMO framework for ART and Unison.

Dive deep into the science behind Dirac Active Room Treatment (ART) and Unison.

Whether you’re an audiophile, a professional sound engineer, or just passionate about impeccable audio, our paper is your gateway to understanding our framework for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO).

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What you will learn from this paper.
  • A background and technical information about Dirac’s MIMO sound field control technology.
  • The technology behind Dirac Unison and Active Room Treatment.
  • Insights into Dirac’s MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) framework.

Dirac Unison and Active Room Treatment.

Dirac Live Filter design on computer
Tighter bass.

Grouping several speakers to handle bass frequencies together decreases the bass’s lingering time.

Dirac Live Filter design on computer
More uniform bass.

By coordinating multiple speakers to work in sync with the room’s acoustics, the distribution of bass frequencies becomes more consistent across all measured listening positions.

Dirac Live Filter design on computer
Extended bass response.

When multiple speakers contribute together in the bass region, each one adds extra power to the lower frequencies. This collective effort broadens the range of bass sounds your system can produce, lowering the overall frequency cutoff point.