Everything posted by Enjay
I've always thought of music as art and our subjective responses to it, but audio as engineering. I've been reading this forum for a couple of years now and gained much knowledge from it without feeling the need to post. I mostly ignore what I would consider to be the woo elements (apart from when some new topic seems really strange to my eyes) and have no problem with people discussing their subjective impressions on subjects such as cables; as you have said many times, people are free to enjoy their hobby and spend their money as they like. That said, I was fascinated by the thr
And this exchange is an example of this forum at its best. A question posed and various contributors give knowledgable answers, from the in-depth technical response to helpful analogies with respectful clarifications thrown in as well. Thanks all, that was very helpful.
I've downloaded music in the past which hasn't been what it was purported to be. This has usually been rectified straight away by the source. All options appear to be on the store page including 16/44, 24/96 and MP3
If there is no parity between US and non-US markets, this may be a bit of an own goal for Qobuz in some areas. I still purchase most of my music on CD, largely because it is usually cheaper than downloads, but I've always had a streaming service for music discovery. I had Qobuz a good while ago but it didn't suit me, not enough choice of what I wanted although I still buy downloads from there occasionally. I tried the new Amazon offering and the music is good but I don't like the interface. So I'm still with Spotify, willing to change, yet resentful of the fact that I would have to
Is this for the US only, the European site has the same standard pricing as previous including the MP3 option?