Cambridge Audio has added Deezer to its streamers and has become a founding donor of Brian Eno's EarthPercent charity.
Deezer, a versatile music streaming service with a large 90 million catalogue of songs, joins Tidal Connect and Spotify Connect in the extensive list of streaming options available on Cambridge Audio's excellent network audio players and all-in-one systems.
The five-star products receiving this update are the Evo 75 and Evo 150, Edge NQ, our current Award-winning CXN (V2), the older generation CXN (V1) and the Azur 851N.
Deezer claims to have over 90 million tracks at their fingertips, in up to 16-bit/44.1kHz FLAC (CD-quality) format.
Cambridge Audio Managing Director, Stuart George, told StereoNET:
We're doing this because there's no music on a dead planet. There are many things currently taking the climate topic off the agenda, and that's unbelievably dangerous for all of us. So, it's crucial we all try and do what we can to make things better. We're committed to change at Cambridge Audio, to finding solutions, to live and work in more environmentally friendly and sustainable ways. I urge every one of us to do the right thing for the only planet we have.
The Deezer update will happen via an over-the-air firmware upgrade for both the free StreamMagic app and supported products.
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