From what we understand the devices listed on TIDAL’s website are network media servers with the TIDAL app already installed on their operating systems, that’s all. No difference in audio quality or anything else as compared to their downloadable app, just that TIDAL comes pre-installed on those devices. The only notable exception is that if you're listening to TIDAL on a computer, the only web browser that supports the full audio quality is Google Chrome.
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- Just how easy is it to set up the A5+ Wireless?
- Bluetooth pairing light is solid but there is no audio?
- When I connect a turntable to my speakers, why is the volume so quiet?
- Will my music have a delay through the A5+ Wireless if I’m watching a movie or music video?
- What’s the difference between the A5+ Wireless and the A5+ Classic?
- Why do I hear my phone's notifications over Bluetooth?
- OK, so If I can use the A5+ Wireless with TIDAL, how come you're not listed on TIDALs website?
- Can you stream music wirelessly to the A5+ Wireless with the Audioengine wireless adapters like you can with the A5+ Classic?
- Can audio be played through the A5+ USB charge port?
- Should I use the volume control on the front of the A5+ Wireless or can I adjust from system volume on my computer?