Did you even blind tested to affirm that? I think this is just a random statement to justify the fact that who reviewed it doesn't understand anything about a "dynamic" sound. The way you wrote this review just seems that AP is has a better sound then Tidal and better features then Spotify. HAHA.Apple Music’s enjoyable and dynamic delivery is a more engaging listen than Spotify, so it’s worth considering if you want a step up in sound quality for a similar price.
yeah because Spotify isn't losslessIf you'd ask me I'd say Apple Music is more vibrant and open. And of course didn't test this blind... but some songs seem so flat in Spotify. Don't get me wrong, not all of them just some. But also e.g. The Prodigy - where did the energy go? My gf noticed this w/o knowing what I was playing.... so that was blind in a way... and I started switching after getting annoyed with Spotify...
I noticed my Amazon Music subscription is only $0.99 for streaming that sounded better than my Tidal subscription for $19.99. High quality file catalog and price are what matter, because all the services really max out at 24/192. Tidal says they can provide 24/384.... Never saw one song support it.Does anyone believe this review? I reckon if you lined up 100 people and asked them about the quality of streaming services, none would be able to notice any difference beyond audio volume.
6 months on and Windows PC still isn't supported for HD music, let alone bit-perfect streams!The only problem i have with it is you want to listen to it through the computer it's not a bit-perfect stream as the sample rates don't change automatically. But I guess most people will be playing through the ipads and such and works well that way.
Are you talking about iTunes? That's the way to access Apple Music on Windows and in the preferences you can choose up to 192khz sample rate @24 bits. There's also https://music.apple.com which you can use on any device which has a web browser but I've not tried that.6 months on and Windows PC still isn't supported for HD music, let alone bit-perfect streams!
Yes, iTunes on Windows. Even though iTunes itself support 192khz at 24 bits, the Apple Music streaming features within iTunes still don't, it just streams the low resolution compressed 256kbps AAC file.