Dirac and AudioControl announced that AudioControl’s latest line of receivers and processors include Dirac Live Bass Control for a more immersive home theater experience in any space. Dirac Live Bass Control uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to co-optimize a sound system’s components to deliver consistent bass throughout a room.
Dirac Live Bass Control aggregates measurement and location data from each subwoofer to determine how a system’s bass is distributed throughout a room. It then identifies gaps in the sound waves and distributes bass evenly. The audio software also corrects the low-frequency sound waves produced by other speakers so that the bass produced by each speaker is in sync with the overall system.
Dirac Live Bass Control is part of the Dirac Live family of acoustic processing technology, including the Dirac Live Room Correction calibration software.
Dirac Live Bass Control is included with AudioControl’s Concert XR-8 and Concert XR-6 receivers and Maestro X7 and Maestro X9 preamp/processors. It is available for an additional cost for the Concert XR-4 receiver.
The latest AudioControl Concert receivers support surround formats and deliver six channels of user-configurable outputs for high-pass channels, height channels or additional subwoofers for optimizing the movie experience. The Maestro series enables higher levels of precision and control in immersive home theaters and supports all popular, advanced surround formats, with 16 channels of balanced and unbalanced output.