So you’ve grown tired of poor-quality music streaming, but you’re not interested in downloading a massive library of FLAC files to fill up your music player. What’s the solution? It is, of course, hi-res music streaming, an increasingly common tier of on-demand music access for audiophiles and others with discerning tastes (like we denizens of the mighty HRAC).
The fine folks over at SlashGear recently heard a rumor that Spotify is planning to launch a Hi-Fi subscription tier (whaddya know, we heard that too), but, until then, what options are available right now? Deezer, Tidal, and Qobuz are the top three hi-res streaming best bets, believes writer Brittany A. Roston, and we’re pretty much down with that.
You can read a little more about these three options over at SlashGear, but if you really want to know more about it all in much more detail, just use the HRAC search bar to find out more of the straight hi-res audio skinny. And, as always, happy hi-res listening!