Qobuz storms U.S. with Hi-Res Streaming Service Launch

Paris-based hi-res music streaming and download service Qobuz officially opened its doors in the U.S. at a launch party held last week at the Devialet store in New York City’s SoHo district.


Qobuz U.S. launch team: Eric Benoit, David Solomon, Sujan Hong, and Dan Mackta.

The service, which has been operating in Europe since 2007, is now offering four streaming packages in the U.S.: 
• Sublime+: $299.99/year for hi-res streaming with 40-60% discounts on purchases from the Qobuz Hi-Res download store (resolutions up to 24-bit/192 kHz) 
• Studio: $24.99/month for unlimited Hi-Res streaming ($249.99 annually) 
• Hi-Fi: $19.99/month for 16-bit CD-quality streaming ($199.99 annually) 
• Premium: $9.99/month for 320 kbps MP3-quality streaming ($99.99 annually).

isit qobuz.com for more information.

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