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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by Nick B on Today at 09:11:54 PM »
Thanks for the pricing, guys. Id be ok going to $25 a month as 16/44 is all I need. $20 would be great. Right now, Im going to do lots of searches on the Qobuz app and see the availability of artists and music as it compares to Tidal. The search function appears to work fine, so the restriction to playing only samples doesnt bother me

Nick, for the CD quality the cost seems to be same as Tidal @ 19.99 per month.

Use www.soundiiz.com for free to convert your Tidal Playlist over to Qobuz, doing that you will quickly find out if majority of the artists/songs are available under Qobuz.  The service was pretty easy to use.  It asks you to provide your Tidal and Qobuz account information (username and password) and than select the playlist that you want to convert.

That is a great tool to use! Itll save me a lot of time
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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by richidoo on Today at 09:07:43 PM »
Use www.soundiiz.com for free to convert your Tidal Playlist over to Qobuz,
That's neat!

What's Sublime got that's better than Studio?  Time will tell, I guess.

Special pricing for audiophiles? Costs more = better?  :D
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new members and introductions / Re: New Member; Photo-Steve
« Last post by richidoo on Today at 09:02:18 PM »
Seems like you been around the audio block a couple times with your collection of gear.  :thumb:

Tidal HiFi usually sounds pretty good so I'd look eslewhere for the blame if you don't like the sound of Tidal Hifi.   Although there definitely are some lousy sounding albums on Tidal HiFi. And plain $10 Tidal is compressed so not as nice as HiFi.
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Streaming Players / Re: Roon / Tidal playback delay
« Last post by richidoo on Today at 08:55:20 PM »
It works right when Core's connected to internet thru my T-Mbile phone's hotspot.
It doesn't work when on my ATT internet and LAN. Will mess with the ATT stuff next.
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Anecdotal Evidence / Re: Joke of the Day
« Last post by richidoo on Today at 08:52:12 PM »
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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by shadowlight on Today at 06:41:00 PM »
Thanks for the pricing, guys. Id be ok going to $25 a month as 16/44 is all I need. $20 would be great. Right now, Im going to do lots of searches on the Qobuz app and see the availability of artists and music as it compares to Tidal. The search function appears to work fine, so the restriction to playing only samples doesnt bother me

Nick, for the CD quality the cost seems to be same as Tidal @ 19.99 per month.

Use www.soundiiz.com for free to convert your Tidal Playlist over to Qobuz, doing that you will quickly find out if majority of the artists/songs are available under Qobuz.  The service was pretty easy to use.  It asks you to provide your Tidal and Qobuz account information (username and password) and than select the playlist that you want to convert.
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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by Nick B on Today at 06:25:09 PM »
Thanks for the pricing, guys. Id be ok going to $25 a month as 16/44 is all I need. $20 would be great. Right now, Im going to do lots of searches on the Qobuz app and see the availability of artists and music as it compares to Tidal. The search function appears to work fine, so the restriction to playing only samples doesnt bother me
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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by tmazz on Today at 04:33:33 PM »
Ok, I was close.


Interestingly, the British site does not offer the Studio level. The only way to get Hi Res streaming there is to sign up for the top of the ine Sublime +., which luckilyis what I got with the three month trial.
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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by shadowlight on Today at 04:28:39 PM »
Nick,

Based on Part Time Audiophile Article about Qobuz @ CEDIA


QOBUZ streaming plans:

    Premium (MP3 320 kbps): $9.99/month or $99.99 annually
    Hi-Fi (CD Quality 16bit / 44.1 kHz): $19.99/month or $199 annually
    Studio (Hi Res 24bit / up to 192 kHz): $24.99/month or $249 annually
    Sublime $299 annually
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Streaming Players / Re: QoBuz High Res vs Tidal MQA
« Last post by tmazz on Today at 04:23:56 PM »
Nick on the British Qobuz web site they list the price for 16/44 FLAC streaming at 19.99 pounds per month. At the current exchange rate that would be $26 and change. Not sure what the final US rates will be at the once it launches, but that should give you an idea of the ball park they are playing in.
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