CD quality with Tidal, sounds great, and mqa high res. Sonos will handle the CD quality now, and quite possibly the hi res in their new S2 update coming June (but that needs to be clarified)So I currently listen to Spotify Premium through a Sonos Connect. Optical output into an Audiolab 6000a. Is there any benefit to changing to Amazon HD (Prime Member) or Tidal HiFi? The question being what can the Sonos handle?
Yeah you wont see albums/songs listed as MQA on the Sonos app as they are not supported, yet. The Sonos app is great, and hopefully it continues tat way in June with S2. I use Tidal hifi for my sonos play ones scatered around the house and it sounds great, but where the cd quality really shines is through the sonos amp, love it, and hoping for MQA support shortlyWhen I change inputs the Audiolab notes 48khz for optical input from the TV. 44khz for optical input from the Sonos Connect playing Spotify Premium?
I have just remembered! I got the Tidal 4 months for £4 offer! Still showing 44khz on the input. I can’t seem to find MQA albums through the Sonos App with Tidal as the service.
I can find MQA with the Tidal App on my phone. And can hear a difference through my AKG Y50’s.
I have used Spotify for the past 6 years and have a Sonos Play 1 in most rooms of the house. The app is just so nice to use. Tidal not so much.
This is what google pitched up for youThanks a lot for this Andy.
One question. How do I get amazon Music HD free trial for 90 days? Your link leads to a trial of only 30 days..?
Cheers! I've actually picked up the Tidal 120 days for £4This is what google pitched up for you
At the moment, I would suggest Tidal's Hifi 120 days for £4 offer from a sheer value for money point of view. You can click through for it from Get four months of Tidal for $4/£4 (It didn't appear on the Tidal homepage when I looked). Tidal Hifi has higher sound quality than Amazon/Spotify, normally £20/pm so just remember to cancel before you are charged! I have had both Amazon Music Unlimited and Spotify, personally I prefer Spotify.In this situation, music is my favorite activity.
i release my stress and depression that occur due to COVID by spending my time with the music.
I am thinking about
Amazon Music Unlimited:
Individual £7.99 per month (or £79 annually) for a Prime account holder or £9.99 per month if not.
or anyone suggests nice other packages?
At the moment, I would suggest Tidal's Hifi 120 days for £4 offer from a sheer value for money point of view. You can click through for it from Get four months of Tidal for $4/£4 (It didn't appear on the Tidal homepage when I looked). Tidal Hifi has higher sound quality than Amazon/Spotify, normally £20/pm so just remember to cancel before you are charged! I have had both Amazon Music Unlimited and Spotify, personally I prefer Spotify.
Tidal can also work on an Amazon echo if you want too.
I did too and it worked - perfect time for me to jump back in. Been with Deezer HIFI as it's the only google home voice controlled option for HIFI but I barely use the voice control and you can only have 1 account on HIFI, no family option, so Tidal it is. Their service is much more suited to the music I listen to anyway.I subscribe to Spotify and have already completed a previous discounted trial with Tidal. I may make use of this new deal and use a different email address to allow me to register again.