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In Reply to: RE: Qobuz Reduces Prices Outside of USA posted by AbeCollins on February 21, 2020 at 16:13:13
Is it advisable to have two services? I had Tidal, but I wanted hi-rez so I switched to Qobuz. Should I have kept both?
I'm paying $15 per month for Qobuz. I was paying $5.99 per month for Tidal with a military discount until you or somebody told me that a military subscription didn't provide high quality sound. I thought that was pretty shitty because it was like the military were being punished instead rewarded for their service. I guess it kind of pissed me off and that's the main reason I quit Tidal.
Anyway, what do you see as the advantage of subscribing to both Tidal and Qobuz?
I have Tidal HiFi/MQA with the military/veterans discount, $11.99/mo.
TIDAL is honored to offer a 40% discount to all who are serving or have served in the US Military.
Each new sign up will receive a 30-day free trial after which the discounted rate will apply.
Military Premium - $5.99 USD a month with standard sound quality, high definition music videos, and expertly curated editorial.
Military HiFi - $11.99 USD a month with lossless High Fidelity sound quality, high definition music videos, and expertly curated editorial.
You subscribed to the wrong Tidal service.
I'm paying $11.99/mo for the highest quality Tidal streaming and $15.74/mo for Qobuz. They sound comparable to me depending on what's playing.
There's definite overlap between the two services but I find more albums that I like on Tidal. Since I use Roon as my interface I'm isolated from the different interfaces used by Tidal and Qobuz. You might want to try both and determine which one you prefer for easily finding the music you enjoy most. It's really a personal decision.
You needed the Military HiFi service at $11.99 - You just signed up for the wrong streaming level.
See here --- https://support.tidal.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002657817-Military-Discount
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