Tidal Brings Hi-Fi Streaming to Canada


Hi-fi streaming service Tidal has expanded to Canada. The service is now available in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. The service has over 25 million lossless audio tracks, 75,000 music videos, and editorial.

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Tidal says that “thousands” of Canadians had signed up for the waiting list prior to launch. The service plans on collaborating with Canadian magazines and journalists.

Tidal is compatible with the following music players: Anthem, Airable by Tune In Media, Astell &Kern, Audeze, Audiovector, AudioQuest, Auralic, Aurender, Bel Canto, Bluesound & NAD, Dan D’Agostino, Definitive Technology, Denon HEOS, DTS Play-Fi, Dynaudio, Electrocompaniet, Harman Omni, HiFiAkademie, ickStream, JH Audio, Linn, McIntosh, Meridian, MartinLogan, Musaic, Paradigm, Polk, Pro-ject, PS Audio, Raumfeld, Simple Audio, Sonos, Steinway Lyngdorf, and Wren Sound Systems.



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5 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Somebody should bring them HiFi headphones instead.

    That would actually make a difference.

  2. Hideo Gump

    Twenty bucks a month, no smartphone compatibility and the files play on a handful of obscure brands? Niche, baby, niche.

    • Nina Ulloa

      What are you talking about? It’s available on smartphone and web. “Handful of brands” = over 30 different speaker brands, many of them not obscure.

    • Name2

      My Jellybean-running Samsung (on which I listen to Tidal) is surprised by your remark.

      Tidal’s android client software is head and shoulders above Spotify’s, also.


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