According to sources of MBW, Amazon is readying a HiFi music streaming service, one to combat TIDAL’s offering.
Reported to cost somewhere around $15.99/month, the source claims at least one major record label has signed on to license its music to the service. Not a lot of details were shared, though, the quality should be, “better than CD.”
If we’re comparing to TIDAL, it offers CD-quality lossless streams at 44.1 kHz / 16 bit for $20/month. There is also the Masters tier, which are 96 kHz / 24 bit streams.
The streaming service is said to be available by the end of 2019, so if you need yet another music service, here you go!
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