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ClassicsOnline HD•LL is the first High-Resolution and Lossless (CD quality) classical music streaming service to use adaptive bitrate streaming technology which allows subscribers to listen to classical music at the highest possible sound quality available on their home or mobile networks with minimal loss of sound quality. Over 65,000 classical ...

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Jeff Greene

ClassicsOnline Goes Mobile

The ClassicsOnline mobile app for iOS and Android makes it effortless to take their streaming service with you, delivered in hi-resolution sound quality designed with the discerning classical music fan in mind. Free with both the monthly and annual ClassicsOnline subscription plans, this app allows you to browse new releases, critically acclaimed award-winners, global best-sellers, and their expertly curated playlists.

Interested in chamber music? You can search for music in that genre alongside choral works, concertos, musicals, operas, and film and television soundtracks. Do you already know exactly what you’re looking for? Then take advantage of their metadata-rich search engine to find that perfect selection.

You can also let ClassicsOnline do the work for you. Their Radio feature allows you to choose a curated station showcasing a genre or artist.  Listeners receive the highest possible sound quality allowed by their connection with no buffering or loss of signal, ranging from 16-bit, 44.1 kHz all the way up to 24-bit, 192 kHz.


About ClassicsOnline

ClassicsOnline began operations as a worldwide music download destination website in May 2007. From inception, the site was designed to give classical music fans the best possible experience. In November 2014, Naxos announced plans to launch a new high-resolution, CD quality streaming and download platform version of the site. Designed with the discerning listener in mind, the proprietary adaptive bitrate streaming technology means that listeners receive the highest possible sound quality, ranging from 16-bit, 44.1 kHz all the way up to 24-bit, 192 kHz, allowed by their connection with no buffering or loss of signal.