One of the first music streamers that came up with spatial audio playback for its tracks, Amazon, now lets their Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers play spatial audio tracks on any pair of cans. Two audio formats are supported: Dolby Atmos and Sony’s 360 Reality Audio.
To enjoy the experience, launch the Amazon Music app for iOS or Android and put on a spatial audio song mastered in either Dolby Atmos or Sony’s 360 Reality Audio format and get your headphones on.
For access to lossless HD and hi-res Ultra HD audio tracks, subscribers won’t need to update their accounts.
According to Amazon, over 75 million songs are available in the CD-quality HD line and millions in Ultra HD.
Amazon Music Unlimited comes at the cost of $9.99 per month, or $7.99 for Prime subscribers. However, the cheaper single device plan does not support spatial audio playback.
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