Leading consumer audio publication Sound Guys is the latest to review the Dirac-enabled Tritton Kunai Pro gaming headset. With an overall headset rating of 7.5/10, the Sound Quality specifically was rated a whopping 9.3/10 – a hugely impressive score for a headset that costs only $50! Click here to read the full review
Source: Digital Trends
Published: June 19, 2019
Digital Trends reviews the Dirac-enabled Tritton gaming headset and calls the digital audio experience "a cut above similarly priced headsets", capable of delivering "clarity we weren’t used to hearing from a budget headset", and "an affordable headset with expensive sound." Click here to read the article
Leading gaming publication, Culture of Gaming, states the following in its review of the Dirac-enabled Tritton Kunai Pro headset: “Through the use of the Dirac 3D Audio, as well as Dirac HD Sound, the Kunai Pro comes alive and is able to achieve not only sound parity, but I would overall judge it as a better Virtual 7.1 experience than the competitors. I can legitimately say I forgot the headset cost $50 USD.” Read the full review here
Like many markets before, the gaming headset market is poised to be transformed by Dirac's sound optimization solutions. Read more about the impact Dirac 3D Audio makes on the Tritton Kunai Pro headset in this VentureBeat review here
Dirac CEO Mathias Johansson discusses the future of VR audio in IEEE Spectrum's February issue cover story. Click here to read the article and learn more about how the key to VR immersion may soon be unlocked through breakthroughs in 3D audio – pioneered by Dirac .
“Next was a demo of Dirac Bass, which really amazed me. I was first shown a basic $40 speaker from IKEA. Sound quality was acceptable, with a flat and even sound profile, that had no real distinction between highs, mids, and lows. Once the speaker utilized Dirac Bass, you could really hear the difference. This went beyond using an equalizer preset that was set to favor the lows, which would typically result in the highs and mids being drowned out. Dirac Bass gave you a deep sounding low while keeping the other tones intact, with no distortion and overall evenness.”