Amazon launches Amazon Music HD with millions of Ultra HD songs

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Amazon today announced the launch of Amazon Music HD, a new premium tier that will allow you to access more than 50 million songs in High Definition, and millions of songs in Ultra High Definition. Amazon Music HD is available in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan. Amazon is also offering 90-day free trial for new users. Existing Amazon Music customers can try Amazon Music HD for free for 90 days.

Amazon Music HD offers customers more than 50 million lossless HD songs, with a bit depth of 16 bits and a sample rate of 44.1kHz (CD quality). In addition, customers can stream millions more songs in Ultra HD (better than CD quality), with a bit depth of 24 bits and a sample rate up to 192 kHz.

“We spoke with many artists while developing Amazon Music HD, who were excited about the potential for fans to be able to stream their favorite music, and hear it as it was originally recorded,” said Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music. “From rock to hip-hop to classical and pop, we believe listening to music at this level of sound will make customers fall in love again with their favorite music and artists. As we usher in a new listening experience for our customers and the industry, we’re combining the convenience of streaming with all of the emotion, power, clarity and nuance of the original recordings.”

Amazon Music HD will cost $12.99/month for Prime members and $14.99/month for Amazon customers, or an additional $5/month for current subscribers (Individual or Family Plan).

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Source: Amazon

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