Sonos finally has a music streaming application that is capable of blasting 24-bit Hi-Res audio, on a wide range of its excellent multi-room speakers and sound bars.
The lesser-known Quobuz, a French streaming service, can now send “studio quality” audio to compatible Sonos speakers via the Sonos S2 app. Quboz offers more than 70-million high-res tracks and, through Sonos, will provide 48 kHz/24-bit lossless quality.
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