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Dynaudio’s Focus Series Wireless Speakers Incorporate Dirac Live Room Correction

Dirac Live, Wireless Streaming, and WiSA too, Oh My! The Dynaudio Focus Series are coming for the KEF LS60.

Dynaudio Focus 10, 30, 50 Loudspeakers White

There are a lot of wireless streaming speakers available and makers of high-end speakers are increasingly entering the space. Recently, we reported on the KEF LS60 floorstanding wireless speakers. Now Dynaudio has announced its latest wireless speaker entry, the Focus series. 

What makes this series special is that they are the first wireless speakers to incorporate Dirac Live room correction software

Dynaudio Focus 30, 50, 10 Loudspeakers Blonde Finish
Left to right: Dynaudio Focus 30, 50, 10 Loudspeakers in Blonde Finish

The Dynaudio Focus Series  

The Focus series consists of three models, the Focus 10 bookshelf and Focus 30 and 50 floorstanding speakers

All three speakers are powered (active), which means they have their own built-in amplifiers (Class D). This means that they don’t have to be connected to an external amplifier, stereo, or home theater receiver in order to work. You connect the speaker to power, then stream or listen to audio from a connected source. 

The speakers come in pairs. One speaker of the pair (aka the Primary Speaker)  provides all the connectivity for both speakers and then distributes the needed audio signals between the two speakers wirelessly or via digital coaxial cable. 

Also, unlike traditional speakers where the entire speaker is connected to an amplifier or receiver, each driver in a Focus Series Speaker is paired with its own amplifier. This is designed to provide optimum performance for each speaker across its frequency range and power handling capability. 

Dynaudio Focu 10 Loudspeakers White Lifestyle

What Dirac Live Provides

The inclusion of Dirac Live allows users to fine-tune Focus speakers to more accurately match the acoustic environment of the room they are placed in, providing a more well-rounded music listening experience with better accuracy, larger sweet spot, more precise voice intelligibility, as well as deeper, but less boomy bass.

Dynaudio Focus 30, 50, 10 Walnut on Red

Streaming and Physical Connectivity

Dynaudio’s Focus speakers support Spotify Connect, TIDAL Connect, Apple AirPlay 2, Google Chromecast, Qplay, UPnP, Netradio, and Bluetooth. 

In addition to streaming, the speakers also provide physical input connections, which include Digital Optical/Coaxial, and Analog line-in. A subwoofer preamp output is also included for connection to an optional external subwoofer (Dynaudio hopes it’s one of theirs). 

Tip: If want to connect a turntable, you may have to place a phono preamp between the turntable and the analog input of a Focus Series speaker.

Dynaudio Focus Series Primary Speaker Connections

WiSA

In addition to Dirac Live, streaming, and physical connections, the Focus Series also has WiSA technology built-in. This enables the speakers to connect wirelessly to a compatible TV or USB dongle, for a wireless TV audio system. This means you don’t have to connect a soundbar or home theater receiver to the TV and connect wired speakers. You can add a great TV or movie listening experience with the Focus series speakers without the traditional wired surround sound system.

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Dynaudio Focus 10 White Loudspeaker Rear Angle

Dynaudio Setup and Control App

The Dynaudio Set-up and Control app takes you through the initial setup process including connecting speakers to a network, personalizing sound settings, establishing favorite internet radio presets, and more. 

Focus 10Focus 30Focus 50
MSRP:$5,500$8,250$11,000
Woofers:5.5-inches5.7-inches (2)7-inches (2)
Midrange5.5-inches
Tweeters: 1-inch soft dome1-inch soft dome1-inch soft dome
Amplifier Power: 280 watts (woofer) 110 watts (tweeter)280 watts (mid-woofer),
280 watts (woofer),
110 watts (tweeter)
280 watts (woofers),
280 watts (midrange), 110
watts (tweeter)
Frequency Response:43Hz ~ 22kHz (+/- 3dB)30Hz ~ 22kHz (+/- 3dB)20Hz ~ 22kHz (+/- 3dB)
Crossover Type:2-Way DSP (Digital Sound Processing) Based2.5-Way DSP (Digital Sound Processing) Based3-Way DSP (Digital Sound Processing) Based
Crossover Frequency:2.2k220Hz, 2.4 kHz390Hz, 4/7kHz
Dimensions (WHD – with feet and grill):7-1/8″ x 12-3/8″ x 10-7/8″10-9/16 x 37-1/4 x 13-1/212″ x 46-3/5  x 15-3/4
Weight: 16.5 lbs35.7 lbs.72.8 lbs.

Specs Compared

Dynaudio Focus 10, 30, 50 Loudspeaker Specifications Comparison Table

Availability & Pricing

The Dynaudio Focus Series is available through authorized Dynaudio dealers in a White High Gloss, Black High Gloss, Walnut Wood, or Blonde Wood finish. Prices (pair) are:

  • Focus 10 ($5,500)
  • Focus 30 ($8,250)
  • Focus 50: ($11,000)

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