I'm definitely looking to see if I should change services (again). Thanks for this article! I switched from Spotify -> Tidal -> Deezer. I thought Tidal didn't always have MQA and used to have a smaller library, no? Like way smaller. That's what pushed me over to Deezer. Quboz sounds interesting though now too.\n\nI think I'm deciding on giving Qobuz a shot because I don't want to buy into this nearly criminal scheme going on with MQA. I liked Tidal because I felt it truly supported the artists...But really, it's supporting con artists if money is going back to MQA. Can't wait for this MQA stuff to be over.\n\nEdit: Uh oh. Bummer. Qobuz may be out. Their app is horrible and the audio skips even when just scrolling a web page in my web browser here while listening to music through their desktop app sitting in the background. You weren't kidding it was a resource hog. It's more than that, it's bad code. If they can't fix their desktop app, I don't think I can use it sadly. I'm not on a super beefy machine, but a mid level Surface Pro should be perfectly fine.\n\nHowever, switching to their web player through my web browser quickly here...So far seems to be an improvement. Perhaps fixed the issue. Though I'd rather use a desktop app instead of having another web browser tab open (yes, their desktop app likely uses a web browser underneath anyway - it's still a separate instance which helps in other ways). Still may be a deal breaker...But at least this all made me realize I'm paying Deezer $20\/mo for lower quality than what $20\/mo should be getting me!\n\nEdit 2: I'm also beginning to realize a lot of what I listen to anyway isn't in their higher resolution format, so Deezer might not be "worse" in most cases. Just for more of the popular tracks. You also need to consider Deezer's discovery (and sure, why not include Spotify's radio stations\/discovery here too). Just doesn't seem to be a thing with Qobuz. So if you want to be lazy and not choose what you listen to, you're at a bit of a loss.\n\n\nIt seems everyone is claiming to have more songs than everyone else and I have no way to verify numbers. Deezer claims around 53 million. Tidal claims about 60 million. How many are encoded with MQA? I am not sure. Qobuz claims to have more HD songs and when I started the review, that seemed to be true. However it seems the two have reached parity. I have not used Deezer.\n\nQobuz lowered their price to $14.99 a month which makes it very affordable for FLAC 24\/192khz quality (though keep in mind, much of the HD catalog is 24 bit but either 48khz or 96khz, very little is higher than that). I consider Qobuz to be a very good value right now.\n\nAmazon HD is also a FLAC based format and can be had as low as 12.99 a month for that quality tier. However, I am not happy about their computer app. It is fine on phones and integrated into streaming devices. \nIf you are happy with Deezer, keep deezer, I don't imagine a large difference.