With its 360 by Deezer app, Deezer decided to adopt Sony’s 360 Reality audio format rather than Dolby Atmos. That format delivers surround sound not just on headphones but Chromecast-enabled orators like, say, Sony’s 360 -enabled SRS-RA5 000 and RA3000 frameworks. Now, Deezer has announced that it is supporting those two very models with its brand-new shed peculiarity.
If you expressed support for Deezer’s payment HiFi rank and own either the Sony RA5 000 or RA3000, you’ll just need to get the latest 360 by Deezer app, collect a way and adopt the “cast” button in the top right hand corner. Though it’s simply a single loudspeaker, you’ll now different parts of the song as different independent sound “objects, ” Deezer said, with vocals and instruments “placed in positions in a virtual auditorium to create a rightfully immersive experience for the listener.”
Deezer primarily launched the app in 2019 with 1,000 tracks, and said that library is growing with brand-new recordings from David Bowie, Doja Cat and Alicia Keyes. You can now find dedicated 360 editorial playlists in the app’s recommendation page, including Deezer’s “3 60 Sessions” playlist with live concerts from Dua Lipa, Anne-Marie, Circa Waves and others.
Sony’s 360 Reality Audio was already available on the RA5000 and RA3000 orators via Chromecast on Amazon Music and Tidal. Now that it’s on Deezer as well, Sony has a pretty solid base of streaming services using its surround sound tech.
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