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Pandora and Spotify are just a few of the many, many online streaming music services that let you listen to your favorite songs and compositions while jogging, driving to the supermarket, or just sitting in the laundromat watching clothes dry. They're a musical convenience. That said, there's a price beyond monthly subscription fees. Streaming music services typically compress audio into smaller, more manageable files that are easily streamed. For most people, MP3- or CD-quality audio gets the job done, but if you have a thirst for audiophile-quality sound, you need to check out a service that offers Hi-Res Audio.
Hi-Res Audio, as defined by The Recording Industry Association of America(Opens in a new window) (and its Consumer Electronics Association, Digital Entertainment Group, and Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing partners), is "lossless audio capable of reproducing the full spectrum of sound from recordings which have been mastered from better than CD quality (20-bit/48kHz or higher) music sources which represent what the artists, producers and engineers originally intended."
There's another HRA issue: catalog. Hi-Res Audio tracks only represent a fraction of what a streaming music service offers. So, you must determine if upgrading to a service's Hi-Res Audio tier is worth the money. In addition, you should read the streaming service's HRA requirements to know if you have the appropriate software and hardware(Opens in a new window) to take advantage of the full, rich sound. All good? Grab a quality pair of audiophile headphones or fire up your home sound system and experience the best versions of your favorite tunes.
Tidal is an excellent music service, one that offers exclusive backstage content, live streams, and concerts. One of the service's more heavily hyped features is Tidal Masters, a partnership with Master Quality Authenticated that brings more than 170,000 studio-quality streams (typically 24-bit, 96kHz) to your ear. All that you need to listen is a $19.99-per-month Tidal HiFi account or $29.99-per-month Family HiFi plan.
Apple Music, one of the major players in the streaming music game, couldn't sit idly by as its competitors leapt into the Hi-Res Audio space. The service's catalog of more than 75 million songs is now available in the CD-quality, Apple Lossless Audio Codec format, which preserves a music file's sound quality. Even better, you can dip into the app's settings and activate the audiophile-friendly Hi-Resolution Lossless option that lets you enjoy 24 bit/192 kHz music streams. The streams support Spatial Audio with support for the excellent, immersive Dolby Atmos.
Qobuz fancies itself as the home for true music fans. Its Studio Premier plan ($14.99 per month or $149 per year) serves up 24-bit FLAC music at up to 192kHz. Qobuz offers more than 240,000 Hi-Res Audio albums. In a nice touch, you can also purchase Hi-Res Audio albums at reduced prices if you subscribe to the $299 per year Sublime+ plan. 2b1af7f3a8