Lenbrook Worldwide – the proprietor of Bluesound, NAD, PSB Audio system and high-resolution multi-room streaming platform BluOS – has introduced a brand new hi-fi web radio station completely for BluOS merchandise.
The brand new service, launched in affiliation with MQA, will see Radio Paradise, a listener-supported web radio station, offering MQA-encoded audio on all 4 of its combine channels, using high-resolution 24-bit masters the place accessible. The collaboration marks the primary time an web radio station will carry MQA content material. MQA expertise notably powers hi-res Tidal Masters on Tidal, whereas hi-res MQA arduous recordsdata are additionally accessible to obtain.
All BluOS units will obtain an replace in April 2021 to allow Radio Paradise MQA as a local music streaming choice. It should even be included as customary on all future BluOS-based units from hi-fi manufacturers like Bluesound, NAD Electronics, DALI Loudspeakers, Monitor Audio, Roksan, Peachtree and PSB Speakers.
Radio Paradise first started streaming its predominant web channel in 2000 and affords eclectic DJ-mixed music specializing in high-quality audio. Three further mixes – mellow, world and rock – have just lately been added to its service, too.
Talking concerning the collaboration, Invoice Goldsmith, founding father of Radio Paradise, mentioned: ”As music lovers and audiophiles ourselves, it was a revelation to listen to the efficiency distinction in music when encoded into MQA, even when solely 16 bit/44 kHz masters can be found.
“The staff at BluOS has been 100% dedicated to delivering high-res audio direct to the listening room and has lengthy supported our work at Radio Paradise. Our shared values for best-in-class audio make this collaboration a completely pure evolution.”
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