Tidal is a music streaming service. What makes it different from others is the quality of the tracks: here you can listen to them in FLAC format. We have been using the service for a few weeks and want to share our impressions with you.
There are two events that have made almost everyone know about Tidal. At least among those who are interested in music.
The first was the launch of a test on the service, the results of which let you know if you should listen to high quality music or not. The test is really interesting and tests not only the quality of the equipment, but also your hearing.
The second is the purchase of Jay-Z's service. Coldplay, Rihanna, Kanye West, Jack White and other musicians were present at the formal relaunch. They all signed a contract to exclusively publish their new and old material on Tidal.
Perhaps the only reason is the quality of the sound. Tidal is the only streaming service that plays FLAC music at 1,411 kbps. These are dry numbers, so I'll tell you about my experience with it.
The first month of using Tidal is free, and for me that period is coming to an end. I have frankly weak Panasonic TCM 125 headphones. In comparison, they sound only slightly better than the standard EarPods.
The difference in sound compared to Google Music I heard immediately. It's not much, but I didn't expect even that. The main difference is that the sound in Tidal is denser and clearer. Alas, this is an insufficient advantage, considering the shortcomings of the service.
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