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TIDAL streaming comes to OPPO Players

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by Mark Hodgkinson May 19, 2015


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    TIDAL streaming comes to OPPO Players
    OPPO Digital has announced the integration of the TIDAL streaming service into its range of Blu-ray players.
    After a simple firmware update, users can sign into the service via the latest OPPO MediaControl app and browse the library of over 25 million songs streaming at CD quality.

    Available shortly for download from the OPPO website, the latest update is installed via the internet or by using a USB stick loaded with the firmware.

    Commenting on the integration, Strategic Partnership Manager HiFi at TIDAL Pål Bråtelund said, “We are delighted with this latest integration with OPPO, as it continues our drive to offer TIDAL as the music streaming service of choice to music lovers and audiophiles alike.”

    OPPO Digital’s UK Managing Director, Nigel Rich, added, “OPPO has always prided itself with creating some of the world’s finest audio electronics. When looking to partner with a streaming service, it was imperative that the quality of performance matched our own and with TIDAL, we can certainly say it does.”

    TIDAL is a global streaming service with more than 25 million songs and over 75,000 music videos available. TIDAL offers a monthly subscription with a 30-day free trial, the ‘Premium’ tier at £9.99 and the HiFi tier at £19.99.

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