Here in the Audioengine offices, we've been using TIDAL and think it's a great service, especially for those who want to stream high quality audio. TIDAL tracks and albums are streamed at 1411 Kbps instead of 256-320 Kbps (used by Apple Music, Spotify and others). There’s more bits in the stream, so you hear details and ambient cues that are missing on lower bit services. Tidal is a true music lovers dream featuring over 35 million tracks and 75,000 high definition videos. You can even download as much music as your devices can handle and listen off-line.
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