Dirac collaborates with sonoro to offer Dirac Live Room Correction

The new Maestro Quantum receiver will be the first sonoro product to feature the Dirac Live Room Correction solution.

Dirac Live automatically addresses common acoustic challenges that all home audio systems have, but hardware alone cannot address, or takes too much time, expertise, or cost to do so. The software is unique in that it corrects for both the magnitude and phase of the entire sound system including the room itself, resulting in more transparent balanced sound and tighter bass.

In addition to Dirac Live, the Maestro Quantum supports streaming services such as Spotify Connect, Deezer, Apple AirPlay, Google Chromecast, and Bluetooth. Other features include access to over 25,000 internet radio stations; treble, bass and loudness controls via the sonoro audio app; and flexible connectivity options that ensure a CD player or turntable can sit front and center alongside the device.

At launch, the Maestro Quantum will support Dirac Live Room Correction limited bandwidth, with an option to upgrade to Full Bandwidth via Dirac’s webstore. The limited bandwidth version can perform room correction up to 500 Hz, and the target curve can be tailored within this range.

Marcell Faller, sonoro founder and CEO With the Maestro Quantum, said:  “We set out to create a versatile, smart Hi-Fi solution that delivers the best possible sound quality for everything from CDs and records to the latest streaming services, movies and TV shows. At the same time, we knew that the rooms our receiver will be placed in could have a significant impact on audio clarity. By making the Meastro Quantum Dirac-equipped, we’re able to offer a comprehensive and configurable feature set along with the pristine audio quality we’re known for — allowing the end-user or installer to make full use of the receiver in a way that suits their individual needs."


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