Spotify is brilliant.
The overall sound v versatility is well thought through and works for most users.
Using it at home, away, in the car or on foot I love the way it works.
However I'm not most users.
For mid to high end audio the sound quality is poor as the standard has been set by vinyl in the past, then CD. Why do I want to go back to the muddy sound offered by Spotify premium, which I had in the 1970's, pre high end audio?
Here's the options. If Spotify's user market is solely aiming at mobile music users who won't go down the lossless road anyway, then Spotify will progressively lose us high end audio users to Tidal etc.
If Spotify can make a buck from the minority high end users then Spotify will go lossless and won't lose us.
Unless they can go lossless I'll be sadly leaving.
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