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@tuberist Tidal’s Jazz Catalog is deep. Use Roon Radio to help, should you subscribe to Roon.
I only wish their Jazz catalogue was a lot deeper.
I’m with @three_easy_payments ... keeping both services as Qobuz doesn’t have some of the Jazz content that Tidal has (my early experience).
I’ve been with Tidal for a long time, so that’s too be expected. The reverse may be true if I were I on Qobuz first and then recently added Tidal.
I started using Tidal a few months ago and am very impressed with the sound quality. Way better than iTunes. Certainly as good as any CD I own and the 24/96 and above material is certainly as good as any digital files I have purchased on HDtracks. OK, the catalog is not all encompassing, but, it is still very good. Last night I listened to the remix of Song For Guy by Seven Seas, blew me away, wow! I am ditching HDtracks and hope to never buy a CD again. The only source that MAY be better are MFSL 1 Step Ultradisc, at $125 each! I use Tidal via Audirvana Plus on a MacBook Air, extremely happy with this system. No plans to change anything.
If you think the high price of Tidal Hi-Fi is affordable, there is no doubt that Tidal Master is a nice choice with MQA audio quality.
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