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

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

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 room correction solutions. Learn how our room acoustics software updates the performance of this NAD AVR.

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

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

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.

Residential Systems: "Another technology that seems to be really gaining traction in the CI space is Dirac’s room correction."

"Another technology that seems to be really gaining traction in the CI space is Dirac Live room correction. I heard more company’s touting Dirac room correction this year than at any I can recall in the past." Read more about Dirac Live room acoustics software here.

TechRadar: "The really significant difference here, compared to previous Arcam home theatre boxes, is the provision of Dirac Live room calibration."

"The really significant difference here, compared to previous Arcam home theatre boxes, is the provision of Dirac Live room correction. Arguably the most sophisticated auto room correction technology available, it does a extraordinary job fine tuning the receiver to the listening room."

AVS Forum: "With the StormAudio I.ISP, the exceptional room correction Dirac Live provides surely adds to the impressive end result"

With the StormAudio I.ISP, the exceptional room correction Dirac Live provides surely adds to the impressive end result, which is sound that evokes the experience provided by processors that cost considerably more than this integrated unit. Read more about Dirac Live room acoustics software here.

Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity: "The Maestro M9 has a massive power supply, upgraded DAC’s, well-designed analog circuits and Dirac Live. "

Professionals also seek out products with excellent performance. The Maestro M9 has a massive power supply, upgraded DAC’s, well-designed analog circuits and Dirac Live room correction. Read more about Dirac Live room acoustics software here.

Hi-Fi+: "You can use the SR250 without implementing Dirac Live, but why would you? It's like buying an airline ticket and then taking the train."

The Arcam SR250 is a really good stereo amplifier, and not just at the price. If you can get past the inherent fear of home theatre intrinsic to many audiophiles, and are prepared to delve into Dirac room correction, this is perhaps the best £25,000 amp you can get for £2,500. Recommended!