Originally Posted by Russdawg1
Uh. Amazon has an even cheaper lossless subscription plan. And with a larger collection if I remember correctly.
Yes, you are correct!
Indeed, Amazon Music Unlimited is cheaper. It is an additional $7.99 per month for Amazon Prime members. For non members, it is $9.99 per month which is the same as Spotify Premium.
The appeal of the Qobuz plan ($14.99 per month) lies in the 2 million Hi-Res audio tracks that one can stream at up to 24-bit/196kHz.
I signed up for the new Disney Plus streaming service today. You can watch all content from Disney in 4K, Dolby Vision/HDR10+ for $69.99 a year.
It covers all Disney Classics, and movies from Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars plus National Geographic.
My Sony 85X950G Android TV readily found the Disney Plus app. I am 100% satisfied with the quality.
Besides Disney Plus
for Movies ($5.83 per month) and Qobuz
for Hi-Res Music ($14.99 per month), there are 3 more essential subscription plans that cover the full multi-media landscape:
: This gives you free shipping and access to Amazon Prime Videos ($12.99 per month)
: You can watch all of YouTube ad free plus you get YouTube Music ($11.99 per month)
: You can watch 3 movies per week in any format including Dolby and IMAX 3D ($19.99 per month)
These 5 subscriptions cover the best from Disney, QoBuz, Amazon, Google and AMC.
The combined total comes to $5.83 + $14.99 + $12.99 + $11.99 + $19.99 = $65.79 per month.
With these 5 subscription plans going, you can cut the cord and ditch cable TV.
I cannot believe how much non-stop entertainment one can enjoy for $65.79 a month.
Now all you need is set up your personal home theater with a giant 4K Ultra HDTV with Dolby Vision/HDR10+ and a Dolby Atmos surround sound system and immerse yourself in multi-media nirvana