Spotify HiFi Lossless Tier Coming Later in 2021

Hello-fi! Spotify is entering into the high-quality audio enterprise with Spotify HiFi. At its online-only Stream On occasion on Monday, Spotify introduced Spotify HiFi, a brand new lossless tier that will likely be priced at increased than the present Spotify Premium subscription (Rs. 119 monthly / $9.99 monthly). Spotify did not present a value for Spotify HiFi, or when it might be rolled out — besides to say that it’s going to solely be out there in choose markets — I would not count on India to be on the listing. Devices 360 has reached out to Spotify and can replace once we hear again.

Spotify is much from the primary main music streaming service to go down the hi-fi route. Tidal (out there in 56 nations, not together with India) rolled out master-quality recordings in January 2017. Tidal HiFi prices $19.99 monthly within the US, double of the usual Tidal Premium plan at $9.99 monthly. Amazon Music adopted in September 2019 with Amazon Music HD (once more, not in India) that is available in at $14.99 monthly / $12.99 when you’ve Amazon Prime, not as a lot a steeper climb from $9.99 monthly / $7.99 monthly when you’ve Amazon Prime for the usual plan.

It’s going to be fascinating to see the place Spotify HiFi lands on the pricing spectrum. However it will not be out there till later in 2021, Spotify stated. For now, Spotify maxes out at 320kbps audio bitrate.

Spotify HiFi “will ship music in CD-quality, lossless audio format to your system and Spotify Join-enabled audio system,” Spotify stated, and that it is “working with a few of the world’s greatest speaker producers to make Spotify HiFi accessible to as many followers as potential by Spotify Connect.”

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