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Dirac and Klipsch announce collaboration on earphones

Dirac and Klipsch announce collaboration on earphones
Dirac business director, Lars Isaksson

Dirac and Klipsch announce collaboration on earphones

Sweden:

Audio software manufacturer Dirac has announced a corporate collaboration with Klipsch to enhance the latter’s upcoming earphones with its latest digital audio solutions. The integration of Dirac’s software with Klipsch’s speaker hardware will establish new performance standards across Klipsch earphones by leveraging Dirac’s sound optimisation algorithms. The first result of this collaboration will debut later this year.

“Dirac has long been a pioneer in the home theatre, automotive and mobile market, working with the industries’ most well-respected brands,” said Lars Isaksson, business director at Dirac. “Collaboration with Klipsch – a legendary acoustics pioneer – further establishes our position as an innovator in the headphone market and reasserts our commitment to working closely with premium brands to leverage the latest in digital audio to elevate hardware performance to new levels.”

Dirac’s sound optimisation solution corrects the impulse and frequency response of any headphone to upgrade its musical staging, clarity, voice intelligibility, and bass fidelity. The Dirac and Klipsch engineering teams collaborated closely to tailor and customise Dirac solutions specifically to Klipsch earphone hardware.

“Klipsch is the preferred choice of audiophiles and aficionados around the world, thanks in large part to our unwavering commitment to engineering excellence and innovation,” said Klipsch senior product manager, Vlad Grodzinskiy. “By working with Dirac, we combine our decades of headphone expertise with their digital audio expertise to introduce to our customers a new level of listening experience across Klipsch headphones. Dirac shares our commitment to excellence and innovation, and we look forward to continued collaboration.”



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