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Spotify Says Lossless Streaming Tier Coming

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Feb 23, 2021.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Spotify:

    Beginning later this year, Premium subscribers in select markets will be able to upgrade their sound quality to Spotify HiFi and listen to their favorite songs the way artists intended.

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  2. ManchesterOrch8

    Motel. Money. Murder. Madness.

    Please.


    Roll it out to day one customers, please.
     
  3. tyler_pifer

    Newbie

    Amazon Music had a similar option but honestly couldn't hear the difference.
     
  4. Henry

    LISTEN TO CHAI Moderator

    fuck yeah
     
  5. kpatrickwood

    Give what you can. Supporter

    Thanks anyways but I'll stick with my Pono.
     
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  6. Mister Lyrical

    Forging Clarity Prestigious

    If TIDAL wasn't already dead this has to seal it right?
     
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  7. Ska Senanake

    Trusted

    Probably need a real nice sound system.
     
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  8. Ferrari333SP

    Trusted Supporter

    Yeah doesn’t seem that worth it to me, since I only listen via my headphones or laptop speakers
     
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  9. razorburn

    Trusted

    Great news for audiophiles. I hope Apple Music follows suit.
     
  10. LuigiPeppercorn

    OldJersey doesn't know that I found his LinkedIn Prestigious

    I wonder if this will eventually lead to local file support. pls spotify
     
  11. The Lucky Moose

    I'm Emotional, I Hug the Block Prestigious

    It sucks though because I had a couple of Tidal trials and I like it a lot more than Spotify. It seems to be more artist friendly too. My Spotify subscription is being paid by my cable company though so I never made the switch.