Streaming vs. CD


Is the digital signal of a server like Tidal of higher quality than that of a CD?
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i am thinking of dropping my Tidal subscription but keeping my Spotify just to find some new stuff. if i than hear something i like i will buy a Flac download through Quboz or Band Camp. its just nice to have the file if you are up in Nepal away from the internet, which crashes constantly  and i am supporting the Artist
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i just compared some lossless tracks from Tidal to the same tracks of my hard drive in FLAC.  hard drive wins hand down.  more atmospheric, harmonic decay.  good bye streamer, hello Quboz and Presto download store.
My conclusion as well.  It makes sense, as with streaming from a vendor such as Tidal or Qobuz, there are some variables we cannot control, such as ISP bandwidth and any any shenanigans that might occur with the content provider.  Streaming is pretty good, and most people might prefer it for convenience.  Burning a large CD collection to a HD can be a pain, but once accomplished for me a much better solution.  I use Qobuz for non classical music listening and to audition new albums
I find Qobuz in hi-res really excellent for classical music. It’s gotten to the point on my system, for the first time, CDs sound identical to streaming. This was never the case previously.
‘Maybe it’s my new Cambridge streamer.