Sonos launches a paid, lossless-quality version of its radio service – Chris Welch

Image: Sonos

After spending years as a platform for showcasing other music and audio services, Sonos entered the fray itself back in April with the launch of Sonos Radio. The ad-supported service offers a large mix of genre-based stations, live radio, and artist-curated spotlight stations. Sonos Radio has already risen to become the fourth-most-listened-to service on the platform, and today, the company is taking things a bit further with the launch of Sonos Radio HD. It’s a $7.99-per-month subscription that will stream select stations in lossless CD quality (16-bit, 44Hz) and allow listeners to skip, pause, and replay songs. All of the Sonos Radio original stations are also ad-free for Sonos Radio HD subscribers. It’s available starting today in the…

Continue reading…

Read More