To create a truly immersive environment, an experience relies not only on the visuals but on the audio senses as well. When it comes to films and videogames, having realistic audio is key to building a believable experience. So when characters walk behind you from right to left, you can clearly hear it.
According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, Dirac Live room correction is one of two solutions that can help remedy the issue of poor sound optimization quality that’s produced by streaming music. Read more about Dirac Live room correction here.
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.
"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." Read more about how Dirac uses room correction to optimize the sound of the new NAD AVR.
Immersive 3D audio is poised to revolutionize virtual reality and, according to a recent report by TechRadar, Dirac's helping pioneer the future of this industry. Interested in learning more about 3D audio and Dirac's role within the future of the VR/ AR industry? Check out the story here.
Wonder what it would be like to watch a movie on your laptop and experience surround sound audio that you typically only hear in movie theaters, through your headphones? This is the future that’s being made possible today thanks to sound optimization leaders such as Dirac and their 3D audio solutions.
In the years since the iPhone was launched, in 2007, smartphone manufacturers have competed primarily on the size and resolution of their screens, touting display capabilities sometimes to the exclusion of anything else. But as mobile display technology matures, manufacturers are looking to other areas to distinguish themselves, such as sound.
"You might not have ever heard of Dirac, but if you’ve used a Xiaomi, OPPO, Huawei, or OnePlus phone in recent years, chances are you’ve heard their sound optimization software in action." Read more about Dirac's suite of mobile audio and smartphone audio solutions here.
"In recent years, Dirac has turned to mobile audio, teaming up with a slew of manufacturers that include OPPO, Xiaomi, Huawei, OnePlus, and others to deliver the best possible smartphone audio from a device's speaker." Read more about Dirac's suite of mobile audio solutions here.
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.
"Swedish company Dirac launched Dirac VR last year, a 3D audio platform for VR. The 3D audio rendering of a virtual environment showcase how the location and volume level of the audio adjusts as the head rotates with a VR headset."
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.
The Economist Sits Down with Dirac CEO to Explore the Next Frontier in Music-Technology: Superior Sound Quality. Learn how Dirac's mobile audio solutions, smartphone audio solutions, and room correction solutions are transforming the 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.
"You wouldn't think it, but the premium sound system in a Bentley, and the speakers in Xiaomi's and Oppo's phones have something in common." Read how Dirac is revolutionizing smartphone audio and automotive audio through its pioneering sound optimization solutions.
HiFi.nl features an in-depth review of the Dirac Live room correction and the Arcam AVR550. The article includes an overview on Dirac Live room correction and the benefits delivered through the breaktrhough room acoustics software.
"But we were impressed by Dirac Panorama Sound when we listened to it on a modified Nexus 6P smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2017." Read more about Dirac's mobile audio, smartphone audio, and headphone surround sound solutons here.
Techaeris reviews the JBL Soundboost 2 equipped with the Dirac Panorama Sound mobile audio solution that widens the soundstage and creates a surround sound audio experience. Read more here.
"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.
"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."