04. April 2018 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Cambridge Audio customers will find even more connectivity on their network players and AV receivers from now on with the addition of TIDAL. The streaming service will bring CD-quality audio to the 851N, CXN, CXN (V2), CXR120, CXR200 and Stream Magic 6 (V2) devices.

Customers taking advantage of the offer will be able to access TIDAL’s catalogue of more than 53 million tracks in HiFi sound quality and thousands of expertly curated playlists. To access TIDAL on their players, customers will need to update the firmware on their devices and ensure they have the most up to date version of the Cambridge Connect app, which can be downloaded via the App Store on iOS or the Play Store on Android.

Commenting on the addition, MD Stuart George said, “We’re excited to bring TIDAL to our products. We know how popular the service is amongst our customers, we’ve heard the requests and we’re proud we’ve been able to deliver.  TIDAL is at home on Cambridge Audio.”

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