An add-on to the favored Dirac Dwell room-acoustics compensation system, Dirac Dwell Bass Management is designed to assist system builders handle a number of subwoofers. Single and “multi subwoofer” variations of the software program software are actually obtainable for the 11.2-channel Onkyo TX-RZ70 ($2,799), 11.4-channel Pioneer Elite VSX-LX805 ($2,999), and 11.4-channel Integra DRX-8.4 ($3,200), every of which comes factory-equipped with Dirac Dwell Room Correction, which employs patented impulse-response correction to maximise house theater efficiency.
The price of including the single-subwoofer model of the bass management is $349, whereas the multi-subwoofer model prices $499.
Dirac Dwell Bass Management works by first aggregating measurement and placement information from every subwoofer after which making changes to make sure bass is distributed evenly all through the room. The function additionally corrects time alignment between subwoofer and main-speaker output to make sure audio is precisely reproduced.
A key good thing about the processing is that subwoofers might be positioned anyplace within the room with out sacrificing efficiency — a job that’s virtually not possible when manually tuning a number of subwoofers. The system additionally is claimed to allow a smoother transition on the crossover level between the subwoofer(s) and major audio system in a house theater setup.
The bass management processing augments the present Dirac Dwell Room Correction, which by itself is claimed to ship “deeper and tighter low-frequency response freed from resonances” along with enhancing the localization of sound sources and enhancing readability and intelligibility in music and speech.
The Onkyo, Pioneer, Pioneer Elite, and Integra manufacturers fall beneath the umbrella of Premium Audio Firm, a subsidiary of Voxx Worldwide Company, which additionally owns Klipsch.
For extra info on Dirac, go to dirac.com. Click on right here to buy a Dirac Dwell Bass Management license.