Albums from Universal and Warner remastered

More HiRes at Amazon Music HD

Exclusively available at the Amazon Music HD streaming service with up to 24/192.

High resolution audio is becoming mainstream – this trend was apparent at the latest since Amazon's streaming service "Music HD" offered lossless files with up to 192 kHz. This HiRes repertoire is now to be further expanded, which is why Amazon is cooperating with the major labels Universal Music and Warner Music, who want to remaster numerous album classics and make them available in HiRes – exclusively at Amazon HD.

Songs by Eagles, Marvin Gaye, Nirvana, Tom Petty, Diana Ross, Linkin Park, J. Cole, Waylon Jennings, Ramones, 2Chainz, Lady Gaga, Notorious B.I.G., Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez and others are already available in HiRes. Selected albums and songs are also remixed in 3D audio formats such as Dolby Atmos and Sony 360RA. In total, more than five million songs are already available in "Ultra HD" with a bit depth of 24 bit and a sampling rate of up to 192 kHz on Amazon Music HD. In addition, more than 60 million songs are available in lossless CD quality.

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