Sonos is expanding the availability of its Radio HD service to five new countries, including the Netherlands. Listeners can subscribe to Sonos’ flac radio service for $8 per month.
Sonos will launch Sonos Radio HD in. As of Tuesday Holland, Germany, France, Austria and Canada. The service was already available to users in the United Kingdom and the United States. It is not known when Radio HD will arrive in Belgium.
Sonos Radio HD is the paid version of In June of last year Sonos Radio, enabling Sonos to provide users with access to thousands of online radio stations, proprietary stations, and stations curated by artists. This service has been available since November in Belgium. Sonos Radio HD is ad-free and provides 16-bit and 44.1 kHz flac format stations. In addition, HD subscribers can skip and repeat songs and expect exclusive music programs.
One of them is the beacon to musician and producer Brian Eno. In this way the artist presents both old and new material, including previously unpublished music. In a program that will be made available to all, Eno discusses previously unreleased material and explains why he is diving into his music-sharing archive.
With Radio HD, Sonos will compete more with TuneIn on the one hand and with its lossless paid streaming offering from Amazon, Apple, Deezer and Spotify, among others.
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