Swedish digital audio specialist Dirac has introduced an auto target curve functionality for its Dirac Live solution that makes it easier for audio system owners to get even better quality out of their sound setups.
The company’s award-winning Dirac Live solution will now automatically generate an auto target curve based on a specific sound system’s unique measurements.
“Many of the first uses of Dirac Live — more than a decade ago — were in cinemas or high-end home theaters, where experts calibrated and tuned sound systems using Dirac Live. But that’s no longer the case,” says Jakob Ågren, head of product management at Dirac.
“With more mass-market AVRs now offering our breakthrough solution, Dirac Live has gone mainstream. However, when addressing this new, larger audience, it became clear that attaining the optimal sound experience should be as easy as possible. Our new auto target curve eliminates the need for manual adjustments, allowing new users to sit back and enjoy superior sound.”
The new auto target curve more faithfully reflects the inherent character of the measured system, minus the adverse acoustic effects of the room, Dirac explains. It gives users a balanced response with a more natural slope, creating more genuine listening experiences.
The auto target curve ensures the result is lifelike and preserves more of the speakers’ individual flavor, while tightening up performance across the board.
Should further tweaking be required to achieve optimal sound, users can then manually adjust the auto target curve through a new simplified interface in the Dirac Live mobile app. Users simply drag a sound region up or down to increase or decrease its volume. Plus, the classic filter design will still be available, Dirac adds.
Dirac’s auto target curve is available first through the Dirac Live mobile app, and the company will announce desktop functionality later this year. Available for download as of March 24, the newly updated Dirac Live mobile app has also simplified its measuring and adjustment processes to now require fewer steps for users to complete.