People have always loved their music. Whether it being a genre that’s not listened to by many or what’s trending on the Billboards. It has become an essential part of our lives. Even if you’re working or driving, it’s always a treat to open up some music.
However, another thing to consider is the usage of personal audio gears. Those are also on the rise lately with the introduction of wireless audio gears. While that continues to increase, the quality of audio has also increased. Making way for more users to want higher resolution audio quality.
It’s safe to say that the quality of audio gears has also been rising steadily. With companies showcasing different technologies, to be used in consumer audio. These companies are also pushing the boundaries of consumer audio. All which are able to support better audio formats through wired or wireless means.
It took Spotify awhile but the music streaming company now has taken steps to go HiFi. With their new lossless streaming tier, it will allow listeners to get the most from their digital music library. Which is such a great update from the Spotify “Stream On” virtual event.
It’s safe to expect that Spotify Hifi will be available later this year. “Will deliver music in CD-quality, lossless audio format to your device and Spotify Connect-enabled speakers. Which means fans will be able to experience more depth and clarity while enjoying their favorite tracks.”
Tidal Masters under Tidal music streaming app provides audio that can even exceed high-resolution audio. Essentially meaning there’s less detail loss from the digital format while also providing more depth and detail to the music. With quite a few music streaming companies providing better sound quality is refreshing to see. Since the audiophile community is being included by more streaming companies. With the addition of quality audio gears becoming more affordable.