Qobuz has announced details of a new partnership with Samsung that will see its extensive CD-quality streaming and download service made available through the Korean tech giant's wireless multi-room system.

It's the latest collaboration between Qobuz and leading audio hardware brands, with the French company having launched its new app for Astell & Kern's range of portable high-resolution audio players in nine countries.

And it's not the first time that Qobuz has teamed up with the manufacturer of a wireless multi-room system either; the service has been included on Sonos' UK roster of streaming services since the start of the year.

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This latest partnership means that owners of products from Samsung's Wireless Audio Multi-room Series will be able to stream more than 20 million CD-quality tracks from the Qobuz library around the home.

A Qobuz spokesperson said "Qobuz and Samsung are bringing sound quality to the next level, by offering music lovers a new listening experience thanks to this outstanding combination that is completely unique."

In our review of Qobuz (April 2014 issue), we found that you won't find "better-sounding streaming anywhere else". The company is, however, currently seeking extra funding to put itself on a firmer financial footing.

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