1. Tidal claims 3 million subscribers, 45% paying for 'Hi-Fi' quality

    Tidal claims 3 million subscribers, 45% paying for 'Hi-Fi' quality

    The lossless quality streaming service is approaching its first birthday since Jay Z’s takeover, and there’s some positive news…

    Wed, 30 Mar 2016, 09:47am
  2. Vinyl sales earned more than free streaming in 2015

    Vinyl sales earned more than free streaming in 2015

    Sales figures for the US music industry have revealed that the vinyl revival shows no signs of slowing down, while streaming has become the biggest slice of the music industry pie for the first time.

    Wed, 23 Mar 2016, 03:25pm
  3. Wednesday Wrap: Sky Sports Mix, Spotify subscribers, A&K AK380 and Braven

    Wednesday Wrap: Sky Sports Mix, Spotify subscribers, A&K AK380 and Braven

    From the news that Sky has launched a new free sports channel for its customers, to Astell & Kern launching a new Black Edition of its flagship hi-res player, and Spotify amassing 30 million subscribers - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 23 Mar 2016, 11:00am
  4. SoundCloud signs Sony deal, prepares to launch paid subscription service

    SoundCloud signs Sony deal, prepares to launch paid subscription service

    The deal with Sony means that SoundCloud now has agreements with the three major labels, which have been made on the terms that SoundCloud will launch a streaming service.

    Fri, 18 Mar 2016, 10:32am
  5. Wednesday Wrap: Jay Z snubs Spotify, new Noble headphones, world's smallest portable projector

    Wednesday Wrap: Jay Z snubs Spotify, new Noble headphones, world's smallest portable projector

    From the news that Jay Z is removing some of his albums from Spotify and Apple Music, to new premium in-ear monitors from Noble and the world's smallest portable projector - it's time for the What Hi-Fi? Wednesday Wrap...

    Wed, 16 Mar 2016, 04:12pm
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  7. Sonos lets staff go as focus turns to paid streaming and voice control

    Sonos lets staff go as focus turns to paid streaming and voice control

    Sonos CEO John MacFarlane has announced “with a heavy heart” that the company has had to lay off some staff as it navigates "an industry in transition".

    Thu, 10 Mar 2016, 10:45am
  8. Wednesday Wrap: Record Store Day releases, Amazon Fire TV update, Roberts radio accessories

    Wednesday Wrap: Record Store Day releases, Amazon Fire TV update, Roberts radio accessories

    From the news that Record Store Day has revealed the full list of exclusive releases, to Amazon adding two more catch-up services to its Fire TV devices, and Sony Music Sweden letting its artists know how much their songs are earning them, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 09 Mar 2016, 11:55am
  9. Leema Acoustics Quasar is an amp, DAC and streamer in one

    Leema Acoustics Quasar is an amp, DAC and streamer in one

    The new streaming amp/DAC is the latest addition to the company’s Stellar series and will be on display at the Bristol Show 2016.

    Tue, 23 Feb 2016, 11:08am
  10. ELAC DS-101 Discovery Music Server to launch at Bristol Show 2016

    ELAC DS-101 Discovery Music Server to launch at Bristol Show 2016

    ELAC’s music server is powered by Roon and removes the need for a computer for streaming music.

    Tue, 23 Feb 2016, 10:58am
  11. Apple Music gains a million new subscribers in one month

    Apple Music gains a million new subscribers in one month

    The fledgling music streaming service is growing at an increasing rate, having gained 11m subscribers in the seven months since it launched, but it still has some way to go to beat Spotify.

    Mon, 15 Feb 2016, 10:07am

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