Amazon Music Unlimited Subscribers Can Now Enjoy Lossless Audio at No Extra Cost

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Apple announced today that its music streaming service, Apple Music, would be getting new spatial audio and lossless audio options beginning June 2021 at no additional cost to subscribers. Not to be outdone by one of its biggest competitors, Amazon has followed suit by similarly making its lossless audio tier, Amazon Music HD, free for all Amazon Music Unlimited Subscribers. Amazon Music HD allows users to stream more than 70 million tracks in lossless quality (16-bit/44.1 kHz) and more than 7 million songs in “Ultra HD” quality (24-bit/up to 192 kHz).

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“When we first launched Amazon Music HD, our goal was to lead the industry by enabling music fans around the world to stream the best quality recording, the way artists intended their music to be heard,” said Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music. “We’re thrilled now to make Amazon Music HD available to everyone at no extra cost. All music fans should have access to this quality of music, and now they do!”

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Tsing Mui
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