Take a look at the latest news and announcements from MQA and our partners.
E-onkyo music boosts MQA offering with King Records
Music download store, e-onkyo music, is making hundreds of titles from King Records available in MQA. Key jazz recordings, now in MQA quality from the respected Japanese independent label, include the following:
Akira Jimbo - 23 West Bound
Japanese drumming legend, Akira Jimbo, explores a different direction of smooth sounds on his 23rd album, with Jimmy Haslip on bass guitar and Russell Ferrante on piano. Download here
Brian Bromberg - Wood
The title Wood references the 18th-cent...
TEAC is pleased to announce that its NR-7CD Network CD Player/Integrated Amplifier and NT-505 USB DAC/Network Player can now be upgraded to add support for MQA.
Mandy Clarke, Sales & Marketing Manager TEAC EU: “TEAC’s obsession with delivering the most faithful, true to life sound quality is well known. Adding MQA capability to the NR-7CD and NT-505 is the latest step forward in that quest, one that we know owners will truly appreciate.”
Andy Dowell, Director of Licensing...
London 7 June 2018 – Essential Products, founded by Android co-founder Andy Rubin, has partnered with MQA to deliver MQA studio quality sound to the Essential Phone. This boost to the handset’s audio capabilities comes as part of Essential's commitment to deliver new software features and updates to its community. Essential customers will be able to stream MQA music via global music and entertainment platform, TIDAL, by downloading the Android app from Google Play. TIDA...
Jazz ensemble, the Misha Mullov-Abbado Group, performed exclusively for an MQA Live event, which was streamed in real time into MQA partner listening rooms at the Munich High End show on 11 May. The six-piece band, performing from London’s The Pool studio, treated listeners to a 40-minute set including the following tracks: Cross Platform Interchange; Gromit’s Grand Outing; Equinox; and Some Things Are Just So Simple.
MQA Live delivers real-time performances in the highest qua...