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Qobuz Named Official High-Resolution Streaming Service of Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest

Qobuz, a Paris-based online music streaming and download service for music lovers, has been named the Official High-Resolution Streaming Service for the upcoming 15th Annual Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest (RMAF), the largest high-end consumer audio show in North America. With the company making its official American launch in October, RMAF is the perfect venue for thousands of high-end audio enthusiasts to experience Qobuz quality.

The RMAF will be held in Denver at the Denver Marriott Tech Center from Friday, October 5 through Sunday, October 7.

“Qobuz is a perfect fit for RMAF,” stated Marjorie Baumert, Rocky Mountain International Audio Fest director. “They understand high-resolution streaming like no one else, and they know what music lovers want from such a service. Qobuz is absolutely the go-to site for music lovers to experience high-res audio the way it was meant to be heard. It is changing the online music game! We are thrilled to have them as part of the RMAF family.”

Qobuz is the highest resolution music streaming service in the world, providing users with the most in-depth and interactive music experience possible. Qobuz works on Mac/iOS/Android/Windows operating systems, and is already integrated with many of the most prestigious Hi-Fi brands.

Subscribers also have access to the company’s digital magazine, which is loaded with fascinating articles, music reviews, videos, and exclusive interviews. Thousands of digital booklets and exclusive news, all with expert curation, are always changing, and never dull.

“We are thrilled to be chosen as the official high-resolution streaming service for this year’s edition of RMAF,” commented David Solomon, Qobuz chief Hi-Res music evangelist. “It’s a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves to the American high-end audio community. We pledge our full support to this market, and appreciate its dedication to and fervor for this format. We welcome all – no matter their genre preference – who desire a phenomenal audio experience.”

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