What Hi-F? review of Society of Sound

What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision has some very positive things to say about Society of Sound in this online review which also appears in the October issue.

They save particular praise for the quality of the Society of Sound, both in terms of music offered, and the sound quality of the downloads.

“…it’s just about great music, sumptuously recorded, and because the lowest-quality format available is 16-bit Apple Lossless (16 and 24-bit FLACs are also available), sound quality is superb.”

We’re glad that the hi-fi press are as impressed with Society of Sound as our discerning members.

3 Comments

  • Tim says:

    I’m afraid this isn’t something that I will be subscribing to again. There are other sites offering free downloads in FLAC quality with a much greater depth and breadth of music, in a whole world of styles not covered here.

  • Jake says:

    What sites? I’m interested!

  • Anthony says:

    Yes, please let me know the other sites, as well! I don’t think I’ll be leaving SOS, but I’d definitely be interested in other sites like this.

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