My biggest complaint right now is that the volume of the Atmos tracks is very low. Normally I would list to music thru the Denon at a level between 45-50. For Atmos to get the same volume I need to listen at a volume between 75-80. I am not sure where the problem is. \nI've noticed this as well. Most Atmos tracks on Tidal are very low in volume.\nWhen playing the Cheryl Crow track I notice that there are no vocals whatsoever coming from the Center Channel. \nYes, the mixing of many of these albums is quite schizophrenic. Atmos is just a tool, and it appears to me whoever was doing the remixing on many of these albums had never heard a good multichannel recording before as it didn't seem they knew what they were doing.\n\nI have to say, I'm quite disappointed so far. And I'm a HUGE advocate of multichannel and immersive music, so it really pains me to say it. I was so excited when I heard Tidal was finally doing this--finally! Multichannel music that can be streamed to a wide audience! Finally, maybe, it'll catch on and become more popular!\n\nUnfortunately, most of what I've found so far sounds no better than stereo or certainly no better than stereo run through a good upmixer. There is some that's OK (the Beethoven Symphonies, for example are pretty decent) but by and large, I doubt the material that's there currently is going to win over a large audience and get them all enthused for more multichannel music. That's sad.