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  1. There are known issues with streaming to CCA in hi-res (above 48Khz). Streaming works fine for me in 16/44, but stutters at 24/96. In the Qobuz app, try setting Wifi streaming to 16/44. The other issue with CCA is that it doesn't support gapless.
  2. Thanks David, I cleared the cache in my desktop app and that fixed it. They must have fixed the metadata on the server and I needed to resync.
  3. Now this is even more interesting. The web player and app show different metadata for the same album. Qobuz Windows and Mac apps Qobuz web player
  4. On the UMC-Decca Gold label, all of the albums by the New York Philharmonic are identified as London Symphony Orchestra.
  5. On the Qobuz Windows app, I occasionally encounter the following problem while playing an album. The next track begins to play and I can see the progress of the track downloading/caching. However, sometimes I see the download progress stop in the middle of the track. At this point the track will be in a bad state. The player catches up to the download point and everything just stops. It doesn't download the remainder of the track and the spinner goes indefinitely. If I restart playing from the beginning of the track, it will just replay to the same point and get stuck a
  6. On the Qobuz Windows app, I occasionally encounter the following problem while playing an album. The next track begins to play and I can see on the progress bar that it is downloading/caching the track. However, sometimes I see the download progress stop in the middle of the track. At this point the track will be in a bad state. The player catches up to the last download point and everything just stops. It doesn't download the rest of the track and the spinner goes indefinitely. If I restart
  7. @leafy, I just tried now and I'm getting inconsistent results (and different from what you just reported). PC app: Mendelssohn Mac app: Bruch Web player: Bruch Android app: Mendelssohn Previously, I was getting Mendelssohn on PC and Mac (I hadn't tried Android or web player earlier). So the behavior has changed for me from last time but still not correct. Perhaps the situation is still evolving.
  8. @David Craff, There is something fundamentally wrong with this album on Qobuz. The album as released by Sony Classical should contain Bruch and Mozart, but Qobuz is playing the wrong tracks. Here is the same album on different services: Qobuz: http://open.qobuz.com/album/0886443008885 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0HVxeWHCCZhndxGCmUYXIA Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/album/7794551 Google: https://play.google.com/music/preview/Bmop6ovazz3pbkpfdtnzpqm5ioi The album should play the tracks as listed (Bruch followed by Mozart). It plays co
  9. Did you listen to the album? That album on Qobuz contains Mendelssohn followed by Bruch (no Mozart). The same album on Spotify and Tidal have the correct content (Bruch and Mozart). The issue on Qobuz seems to be wrong content, rather than wrong metadata.
  10. There is a mixup in cataloguing between John Williams, the Australian classical guitarist, and John Williams the famous film score composer (Star Wars, etc). The artist links for guitarist John Williams are pointing to the composer John Williams, and this is happening for all of the guitarist's albums. For example, here if you click on the artist link John Williams (below the album title), it opens a list of film music albums. Even if you scroll down in this album to the "By the same artist" section, it is picking up the wrong John Williams.
  11. @David Craff Qobuz is missing most of the albums from SFS Media (the music label of the San Francisco Symphony). Albums are listed here: https://www.warnerclassics.com/artist/san-francisco-symphony/releases. Only a handful of the albums are on Qobuz (but Spotify have almost all of them).
  12. I want to clarify that you can select where offline music will be stored, but the files will be encrypted and can be played only through the Amazon app. In their license agreements, music labels require streaming services to encrypt locally stored files (except of course purchased downloads).
  13. I would expect the record label to provide files with album art already embedded, and Qobuz serves it directly to the customer. Usually the label has very strict rules about how their content can be handled, and don't allow such manipulation by the delivery service.
  14. I did a search for "szell" (i.e. George Szell). The top result was... Dangerous by Michael Jackson ☺️ How did the search engine come up with this? Serious question, because I'm genuinely curious.
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