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Download store: https://www.qobuz.com/shopStreaming subscriptions: https://www.qobuz.com/gn-en/music/streaming/offersWeb player: https://play.qobuz.com/featured
Qobuz is an online music service, founded in France in 2007, that offers streaming subscriptions as well as music downloads. With a catalogue of over 70 million tracks in CD and Hi-Res quality, an alternative musical selection and exclusive editorial contributions, Qobuz caters to passionate music lovers and tech-savvy users who are always on the lookout for new musical discoveries with the perfect sound. Qobuz is partnered with some of the largest Hi-Fi brands, such as Sony, Chromecast, DTS Play-Fi, Sonos, Yamaha, Devialet, and is currently operational in 15 European countries, the United States and Australia, New Zealand.
Qobuz was the first music service to challenge the MP3 format and released Qobuz Hi-Fi, the world's first CD-quality, 16-bit streaming subscription service. With the Qobuz Studio and Sublime+ subscriptions, which made it possible for the first time to stream music in Hi-Res Audio (24-bit, up to 192 kHz), Qobuz once again confirmed its position as a pioneer of the industry. Qobuz's goal is to make online music sound the way it was designed by the artist and recorded in the studio.
As well as a large collection of albums and playlists, Qobuz users will find plenty of background information on music such as album reviews, interactive panoramas, artist interviews, detailed metadata and digital booklets, all accessible on our different platforms (mobile apps, desktop app, web player).
With Qobuz, you will go from not knowing an artist today to loving them tomorrow. The musical experts of Qobuz’s editorial team browse through all of the latest releases to bring you their personal selection of the best new music. Lovers of jazz, classical, classic rock, indie and electronic music are in the right place at Qobuz, as we showcase the kind of music you would miss on the charts or the radio.
You can use Qobuz on any Hi-Fi system. All of the major audio brands on the market, such as AVM, Burmester, T+A, Audionet, Lindemann, Yamaha, Bluesound, Sonos, Devialet, Roon and Audirvana have already integrated Qobuz into their own applications, and new manufacturers are constantly being added. Qobuz is also compatible with Chromecast, Android Auto and CarPlay.
The Qobuz Society is a network of Hi-Fi dealers with whom Qobuz collaborates. Qobuz invites its customers to visit these dealers to test the best sound with Qobuz in the best possible conditions in a professional auditory setting. These participating locations introduce those who are interested in the world of online music and help them discover new suitable Hi-Fi devices in order to make the best possible use of Qobuz.