Users of BluOS enabled players will be among the first to experience Amazon’s new premium hi-res music service on NAD, Dali and Bluesound products.

Lenbrook International, developer of hi-res audio solutions for residential and commercial applications, has announced that its BluOS wireless multi-room streaming platform is among the first to integrate Amazon Music HD and Ultra HD.

NAD, Dali And Bluesound

The service is available immediately to users of BluOS Enabled products by NAD Electronics, DALI Loudspeakers, and Bluesound wireless multi-room players who are also Amazon customers in the United States, Japan, United Kingdom, or Germany. Promising a lower monthly price versus comparable hi-res music services, UK pricing comes in at £12.99 per month for Amazon Prime subscribers and £14.99 per month for Amazon customers. An additional £5 per month will be charged for Family Plan subscribers.

Amazon Music HD 

With more than 50 million songs in High Definition (16-bit/44 kHz), and millions of songs in Ultra High Definition (24-bit/192 kHz), BluOS users can access an enormous library of music without compromising on sound quality.

“We are proud to have been approached and chosen by Amazon to be among the first streaming platforms integrated with Amazon Music HD,” says Andrew Haines, BluOS Product Manager. “And we are particularly proud to support the highest resolution UHD service tier, as the Amazon catalogue is extensive and gives our audiophile audience a broad selection of the highest quality music available.”

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