Amazon launch their HD music streaming service in Canada

Amazon Music Unlimited is expanding its high definition streaming service to offer top quality music to Canadians with their first 90 days free.

Amazon have announced that Canadians can now sign up to Amazon Music Unlimited HD. The streaming service offers Amazon’s full streaming catalogue in their best possible quality with millions of songs in CD quality HD and more than a million in 24-bit, 192 kHz Ultra HD quality.

It’s great news for audiophiles in Canada who may be upset at the compressed sounds of standard streaming services. To let users decide whether they feel that the HD upgrade is worthwhile, Amazon are offering a huge 90 day trial to new sign ups in Canada.

If you’re looking to sign up to Amazon Music Unlimited HD, it is best experienced with a good pair of headphones or speakers with a compatible amplifier. Amazon recommend speakers from Sonos, Sennheiser, Polk Audio, among others to get the most out of HD streaming at a decent price.

Amazon Music Unlimited HD costs $12.99 a month after the free trial or $8 a month for Prime members. As well as Canada, it is available in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Austria, Japan, France, Italy, and Spain.

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