Cambridge Audio has added native support for Deezer to its portfolio of network music streaming devices powered by hi-fi’s StreamMagic platform.
Deezer, a versatile music streaming service with 90 million catalogs of songs, joins Tidal Connect and Spotify Connect in the extensive list of streaming options available on premium network audio players and all-in-one systems from Cambridge Audio.
The five-star products receiving this update are the Evo 75, Evo 150, Edge NQ, the current award-winning CXN (V2), the older generation CXN (V1) and Azur 851N.
The two Evo systems will get the update first (available now), which will then be rolled out to the rest of the streaming devices over the following weeks. Deezer update will happen via over-the-air firmware upgrade for both the free StreamMagic app and supported products.
Now in its fourth generation, StreamMagic is the dedicated hardware and software that powers Cambridge Audio’s broadcast equipment to deliver a high-quality digital audio experience. First introduced a little over a decade ago, the platform can be updated frequently to support the latest advances in audio formats and streaming service features, giving existing customers with supported models more choices about the way they play their music.
With Deezer integration, Cambridge Audio users will be able to stream music in FLAC format up to 16bit/44.1kHz (CD quality) – the highest quality audio files available to Deezer HiFi subscribers.
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