As a lead-up to CEDIA 2019, CE Pro publishes a contributed editorial from Niklas Thorin, General Manager of High Performance at Dirac, on what AV dealers/ integrators need to know about room correction vs. room EQ. Click here to read the article
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.
TheaterByte concludes that "Dirac Live is the most powerful room correction tool available for domestic use." Read more about how this pioneering room acoustics software solution from Dirac impacts the home theater listening experience.
AV Nirvana evaluates ten pairs of speakers priced at $1200 or less with Dirac Live room correction turned on and off. Read how the pioneering room acoustics software impacts the listening experience of a home theater.