NAD MASTERS TO FEATURE DIRAC LIVE ROOM CORRECTION
NAD Electronics have today announced that they have collaborated with Dirac Research.
The company has said that future amplifiers within the Masters range, along with selected Custom range products will feature Dirac Live room correction.
Greg Stidsen, Technical Director of Lenbrook said:
I've been using Dirac Live for some years now through an external device, but installing in an amplifier would make it easier and more accessible,
Dirac Live room correction is featured in many higher end AV Receivers on the market, from brands such as Arcam, Pioneer, Emotiva, Audiocontrol and more.
It’s best explained as:
Dirac Live is a state-of-the-art digital room correction technology that uses sophisticated analysis of the speakers as well as the listening room to optimize the speakers’ overall audio performance and to remove sound colorations introduced by the room. The result is substantially improved musical staging, clarity, voice intelligibility, and a deeper and tighter bass.
Using a microphone to analyse the audio system and room, the software then uses this data to build an acoustic model of the listening environment and detects the deficiencies. After careful analysis, Dirac Live with automatically correct for both the timing and amplitude aspects of the colorations in sound to deliver a uniquely pristine listening experience.
New products in the NAD Masters range featuring Dirac Live are expected late in 2017.
Convoy, the Australian distributor of NAD Electronics has been contacted for more information on the new products.
For more information on Dirac Live visit www.dirac.com
For more information on NAD visit the brand page.
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