Chinese streaming service Xiami Music adds MQA hi-res audio
Posted on: 16 juillet 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Chinese technology company Alibaba’s music-streaming service, Xiami Music, is hoping to steal a march on rivals by boosting its sound quality – via a partnership with hi-res audio firm MQA.
Xiami will be using MQA’s technology for the ‘SVIP’ tier of its service, initially within its Android and iOS apps. It will also be giving all its users a free trial of the higher-quality music, before requiring them to start paying for an SVIP subscription to continue listening to it.
“We are very proud to be the first music service in China to offer MQA, as we continue to push the technological boundaries in pursuit of improved sound quality to benefit our music fans and all musicians on our platform,” said Xiami Music director Long Yang in a statement.
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Source: Music ally

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