Harman announced it will become the worldwide distributor of Dirac Research’s sound optimization technology to automotive OEMs. Dirac technology is used in Bowers & Wilkins speakers and in new cars such as the Volvo XC90.
Dirac’s audio technology provides room correction, sound field synthesis, active room treatment and more.
Mathias Johansson, CEO of Dirac said, “The team at Dirac will be fully vested in developing new digital audio solutions for the automotive market segment as we collaborate with Harman to bring the highest level of value and innovation to the most sophisticated automotive environments.”
Michael Mauser, Executive Vice President and President, Lifestyle Audio at Harman said, “Integrating Dirac technologies into Harman’s products will further create great lifestyle experiences for today’s connected generation through premium automotive audio and infotainment systems.”
See the full announcement here.