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« Oct 22, 2021 17:57:03 GMT »
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Which one(s) do you use?  I have been using Spotify for a few years now but I will be honest I am not a huge fan of the interface of it. I am thinking about switching to Apple Music but the Google Home and Alexa at my house is already synced up with Spotify and I am not sure how hard it would be to fix that. 




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« Oct 22, 2021 19:39:48 GMT via mobile »
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Tidal.
And I use a dodgy old university document to get half the price off (€10 instead of €20 a month). Tidal is - or at least claims to be - lossless quality, and in all the A/B comparisons I made (using my CDs) it was pretty bang on.
It has also played a big role in how I buy music...if an album is on Tidal I would most certainly buy the LP and rip the lossless stream with Audacity, otherwise I would just buy the CD. This way I always have a lossless digital spare to tinker with.
I have an old laptop that runs Tidal which is connected to the hi-fi through an audio interface. It sounds good.

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« Oct 22, 2021 20:09:17 GMT via mobile »
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Spotify because my mate has a Family Plan and added me to it, so its free.

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« Oct 22, 2021 23:02:46 GMT via mobile »
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Tidal.

Was lured by the promise of hifi and sometimes master tape quality, and a 3 month free trial with my earphones. It's good.


Although I've heard several people talking about QuBoz recently.

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