Dirac M-Suite aims to improve the sound from your mobile phone

Swedish audio tech provider Dirac has announced the launch of its M-Suite, which it describes as a "combination of technologies" that will enhance the sound quality from your mobile device.

And it hasn't taken long for the Dirac M-Suite to make its first appearance, with the Mi Pad tablet (below) from Chinese tech firm Xiaomi becoming the first product to incorporate the new package.

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There are three Dirac technologies that form part of the M-Suite, including Dirac HD Sound. This has been designed to provide "tailor-made sound correction" for headphones and speakers.

Meanwhile, an advanced sound field control technology and Dirac Power Sound have been built into the M-Suite to offer "faithful playback of surround sound" and the "loudest possible sound"

All three technologies are intended to fulfil their intended purpose without sacrificing sound quality – and this will, in turn, look to deliver an optimum audio experience for when you're on the go.

Dirac technology coordinator and co-founder Dr Nilo Casimiro Ericsson said: “Many mobile device manufacturers are realising the importance of audio quality.

"Dirac is happy to be able to provide our customers with a unified platform that ensures they get the absolute best performance out of their device."

The launch of M-Suite comes not long after Dirac unveiled its Unison sound optimisation technology for in-car and high-performance audio systems.

According to Dirac, its latest concept "precisely unites the output of speakers" in order to deliver a "lifelike listening experience" – whether you're out on the road or in your living room.

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by Pete Hayman

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