Sonos and online high-quality music service, Qobuz, extend coverage in Europe
Sonos has already got many of its high-end audio systems in houses across Europe, now high-quality music service Qobuz has extended its coverage with Sonos to fill homes in a further eight European countries with great quality music.
Qobuz claims to be the first and only service to offer high-quality music from all labels, major and independent. That means unlimited subscriptions offering FLAC 16-bit/ 44.1kHz "True CD Quality" audio, individual downloads of more than 17 million tracks at 16-bit/ 44.1kHz, or individual downloads of a selection of "Qobuz Studio Masters" at 24-bit/ 192kHz.
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The collaboration will come to eight new European countries, covering nine in total: France, Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Austria.
New for 2014, Qobuz will allow users to create and edit playlists directly within the Sonos controller. New Sonos customers can get a three month Qobuz subscription in "True CD Quality" FLAC 16-bit/ 44.1kHz (worth €60). This offers ends on 5 March.