Dynaudio’s Focus series is first streaming speaker to feature Dirac Live Room Correction

Dynaudio’s new Focus series of wireless speakers will be the first streaming speakers to feature Dirac Live Room Correction for studio-grade sound.

The three models, Focus 10, Focus 30 and Focus 50, mark the first collaboration between the two audio innovators, and each in the speaker series is now available globally.

Dirac Live will allow owners of Dynaudio’s Focus series to easily achieve dramatically enhanced sound experiences such as a larger sweet spot, more accurate staging, enhanced clarity and voice intelligibility, and a deeper, tighter bass. This will be the first time Dirac Live Room Correction will be integrated directly into a streaming speaker.

The interaction between a speaker system and the physical layout of a room has a significant impact on audio quality. Dirac Live digitally compensates for the room’s impact on speaker performance to enable a sound experience previously only possible in a professional studio. Dirac Live accomplishes this through a patented mixed-phase impulse response correction technology that corrects not just magnitude response, but also time domain, critical for accurate staging, clarity and tight bass.

The new Focus series features the legendary Dynaudio driver and the same amplifiers that are in the company’s professional reference monitors to ensure studio-grade sound at home. Designed as a plug-and-play solution, its built-in sophisticated streaming platform delivers a system that is easy to set up and use straight out of the box.

“Having Dirac Live support aboard our Focus series is crucial,” said Jens Lynge Petersen, Dynaudio’s CTO. “We spent months refining, tuning and perfecting its performance in-house. But every room is different, and Dirac’s technology gives listeners the opportunity to perfectly tailor their speakers for their space. It’s that last few percent, and for the true power-users, it makes all the difference.”

As well as Dirac Live, the Focus speakers also support Spotify Connect, TIDAL Connect, Apple AirPlay 2, Google Chromecast, Qplay, UPnP, Netradioand and Bluetooth. Additional features include an auto-switch that intelligently adjusts user inputs depending on which source they want to use. Coaxial, optical digital inputs and analogue connections allow a CD player or turntable to also be connected and played alongside streaming services.

Dynaudio’s Focus wireless streaming speakers are available in four contemporary finishes: White High Gloss, Black High Gloss, Walnut Wood and Blonde Wood.

With the Dirac Ready feature, Focus users can choose to download, activate and purchase Dirac Live licenses.