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Hi guys...Thanks for the responses...one clarification.
re. Hi Res...I mean offers cd lossless quality via my BluOS streamer ...not sure some would consider Hi-Res...but not so sure about the integrity of those labeled such anyway. I say hi-res...meaning not bitrate constrained compared to cds.
Bottom Line...sounds as good as my cds...and much greater fidelity than typical reduced bitrate of Internet radio.
Yeah I wouldn't classify is as high rez but its good. The curation is top notch. I been a listener and financial supporter for years. Bryston even has an app for it in the Manic Moose software albeit it needs some work. Phone app works good. There is even a Rokue app that I listen to through my AV setup that sound really good and plays Red Book quality.
Yeah what big Greg said. If you use Jriver there is a FLAC stream link as well.
Plus there is the super cool HD picture slide show. The pictures are from listeners sending in. Most of the pics are phenomenal.
Plus #2 is you can download hours of music onto your phone. I drive a lot of remote places so it is extremely convenient.
My biggest issue with Radio Paradise is every time I go to turn it off, I turn it up.