Cambridge Audio is preparing its award-winning network players for Tidal Connect, once again demonstrating the long-lasting support of its products based on the company’s StreamMagic platform. A free update brings the Tidal service to Edge NQ, Azur 851N, CXN, CXN (V2), StreamMagic 6 (V2), CXR120 and CXR200 devices from British audio experts. Playback can be conveniently controlled through the Tidal app.
Tidal Connect: no detours to music enjoyment
Tidal and Cambridge Audio are united by their passion for music. With artist-curated playlists and exclusive content, Tidal offers its users a particularly individual music experience. The now available Tidal Connect function provides a real increase in convenience: the respective Cambridge Audio network stream can be selected directly in the Tidal app as a playback source, control is completely intuitive via the Tidal app – for the Unlimited music enjoyment without detours.
StreamMagic: Unlimited Great British Sound
With StreamMagic, Cambridge Audio has been using its own streaming platform for ten years – and has received numerous awards from international trade media. StreamMagic is the hub for sophisticated music enjoyment from your home network and from streaming providers like Tidal or Spotify. While the development team is currently working on the fourth generation of the StreamMagic module, Cambridge Audio is expanding the performance range of its own streaming products through software updates as part of long-term product maintenance. Therefore, CXN and StreamMagic 6 (V2) streamers, which were introduced several years ago, also receive support for Tidal Connect with today’s update.
General information and availability
The Tidal Connect feature is available immediately to users of Edge NQ, Azur 851N, CXN, CXN (V2) and StreamMagic 6 (V2) network players via a free software update (active tidal subscription required). The CXR120 and CXR200 AV receivers will receive an update for Tidal Connect in April. The update process can be started via the StreamMagic app or directly on the respective network stream.