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Tidal HiFi - 3 months subscription @ £1.99.
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Tidal HiFi - 3 months subscription @ £1.99.

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Posted 24th Nov 2018
This is for the HiFi service not the premium service which is more commonly found on offer.
I think payment is more straightforward with PayPal as card payment asks for zip code,so US address based cards can only be used.
I have had tidal before with same PayPal and was accepted,just used different email.
I used a VPN service but I don't think it's necessary as the offer is shown in UK pounds.
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Think you can still get 3 months totally free by downloading the Sennheiser Captune app but £1.99 is still a good price.
Three (3) months HiFi free or 6 months Premium
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Would this stack with my 3 month free trial?
BargainBaptist24/11/2018 10:59

Three (3) months HiFi free or 6 months Premium …Three (3) months HiFi free or 6 months Premium https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tidal-music-6-month-free-premium-trial-3110474


And to be honest I'd go for the 6 months premium. I have moderately decent equipment (Marantz) and spent an hour trying to convince myself there was a difference. There wasn't. I'm sure there is at super high end though.
steveyboy7924/11/2018 11:16

And to be honest I'd go for the 6 months premium. I have moderately …And to be honest I'd go for the 6 months premium. I have moderately decent equipment (Marantz) and spent an hour trying to convince myself there was a difference. There wasn't. I'm sure there is at super high end though.


I'd go with 3 months HiFI, I've already heard the difference. It's pretty obvious HIFI is fall on 16bit CD quality & Premium is only 320kbps
Kulaak24/11/2018 11:41

I'd go with 3 months HiFI, I've already heard the difference. It's pretty …I'd go with 3 months HiFI, I've already heard the difference. It's pretty obvious HIFI is fall on 16bit CD quality & Premium is only 320kbps


ONLY 320kbps :/ for stereo audio (which 99% of music is) 320kb is loads. When MP3 was popular most tracks were 128 - 192kbps and sounded fine for the most part. Considering how much more efficient modern encoding standards are than MP3 320kbps will be indistinguisable from CD on all but the highest end pro audiophile equipment and even then you would probably need VERY sensitive hearing.

I was considering this as I thought tidal might nobble the premium with a really low bitrate to make the hifi option more attractive but that clearly isn't the case as 320kbps is loads for stereo audio...
ST312324/11/2018 12:17

ONLY 320kbps :/ for stereo audio (which 99% of music is) 320kb is loads. …ONLY 320kbps :/ for stereo audio (which 99% of music is) 320kb is loads. When MP3 was popular most tracks were 128 - 192kbps and sounded fine for the most part. Considering how much more efficient modern encoding standards are than MP3 320kbps will be indistinguisable from CD on all but the highest end pro audiophile equipment and even then you would probably need VERY sensitive hearing. I was considering this as I thought tidal might nobble the premium with a really low bitrate to make the hifi option more attractive but that clearly isn't the case as 320kbps is loads for stereo audio...


Hi fi ( cd quality ) is 1440 kps. There IS a difference.
Cold. Why pay £1.99 when you can simply get the same for free?
don't understand why this is hot
iceni23 m ago

Hi fi ( cd quality ) is 1440 kps. There IS a difference.


Didn't deny there is a difference but strongly question the ability of 99% of peoples kit of expose it and 99% of peoples hearing to detect it.

Also in this comparison the bitrate is extremely misleading as 1440kbps is 4.5x higher than 320kbps and with anything technical there is a general assumption that bigger number automatically makes it better, those who don't understand this might think they would get sound quality 4.5x better, no chance! Any difference is extremely subtle. The main reason for the 1440kbps is because CD audio is lossless while whatever tidal use on the 320kbps premium will be lossy, which aims to discard inaudible parts of the track to save data and is inherently WAY more efficient and no worse to the vast majority of ears...
Currently on the 3 months Tidal Hi-fi free.
ST31237 h, 17 m ago

ONLY 320kbps for stereo audio (which 99% of music is) 320kb is loads. …ONLY 320kbps for stereo audio (which 99% of music is) 320kb is loads. When MP3 was popular most tracks were 128 - 192kbps and sounded fine for the most part. Considering how much more efficient modern encoding standards are than MP3 320kbps will be indistinguisable from CD on all but the highest end pro audiophile equipment and even then you would probably need VERY sensitive hearing. I was considering this as I thought tidal might nobble the premium with a really low bitrate to make the hifi option more attractive but that clearly isn't the case as 320kbps is loads for stereo audio...



I've never understood why 320kbps is considered CD quality because plainly it is not. Only whats put onto CD can be CD quality any alteration or loss of information in the manner that it is done CAN be heard. Just like 24bit is noticable difference over 16bit.
There’s some amazing Black Friday deals at eliteaudiouk.com/bla…day that would work great with Tidal
MancGeezer24th Nov

There’s some amazing Black Friday deals at h …There’s some amazing Black Friday deals at https://www.eliteaudiouk.com/black-friday that would work great with Tidal


indeed, already ordered two of each, as investment. goes as well as bitcoins
I have x2 Bose soundtouch 30’s
X1 soundtouch 20
Along with every high end Bose headphones/earphones
And believe me I am what u call a audiophile
The sound quality is no where near deezers quality after using the equaliser on the app
Even tidals high fidelity doesn’t even come close - what a joke for such a priced subscription
Sort the equaliser tidal
Edited by: "JellybearXo" 26th Nov 2018
JellybearXo12 h, 40 m ago

I have x2 Bose soundtouch 30’s X1 soundtouch 20Along with every high end B …I have x2 Bose soundtouch 30’s X1 soundtouch 20Along with every high end Bose headphones/earphones And believe me I am what u call a audiophile The sound quality is no where near deezers quality after using the equaliser on the app Even tidals high fidelity doesn’t even come close - what a joke for such a priced subscription Sort the equaliser tidal


I am sorry but Bose are not high end audiophile equipment,they have a sound signature that appeals to mass market "faux philes" that veil the high end, slightly enhance the low end. What this equipment misses out on (and your ears don't adjust to) is the detail, instrument separation, tonality etc.
Listen to Tidal MQA masters on true high end equipment for a month,to let your ears adjust,THEN go back to Deezer with same equipment ... you will notice the difference my friend.
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