HDTracks Partners With Liztic

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hdlitzic.jpgHDTracks has partnered with Liztic to help bring high-resolution audio to the people. HDtracks has been supplying audiophiles with 1:1 and high high-quality audio releases for some time now. Liztec brings their smartphone app to the party with its ability to playback high-resolution audio through a DAC-connected smartphone. With high-resolution audio gaining more and more fans by the day this partnership can only help expose HD audio to more people.

From Liztic

Atlanta, Georgia: Liztic LLC has entered into a partnership with HDTracks, the leader and pioneer in high resolution audio downloads. The goal of the partnership is to bring the experience of high resolution music to every music lover by using Liztic's� cross-platform music technology.

"I was really impressed when I saw that Liztic could play back high resolution audiothrough a smartphone connected to a digital-analog-converter" - David Chesky, CEO, HDTracks

In addition to working together on further technology advancements, Liztic and HDTracks will offer discounts to each other's customers. These benefits are effective as of today, March 3, 2014.

"We are very excited about the partnership with HDTracks and look forward to making the HD experience of everyone's favorite music more accessible and affordable." - Michael Demmer, CEO, Liztic LLC

LIZTIC INTEGRATES ALL PERSONAL MUSIC.

CROSS-PLATFORM - Liztic is the first ever cross-platform music player and manager, available for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac! Liztic manages and synchronizes music libraries seamlessly across devices and operating systems.

HIGH-RESOLUTION AUDIO - Aside from playing MP3 and CD quality audio the Liztic app enables users to play uncompressed and high-resolution music files up to 192kHz / 24bit (FLAC/AIFF/WAV) through external digital-analog-converters (DAC).

PERSONAL CLOUD STREAMING - Liztic is also a personal streaming music player, using Google Drive or Dropbox. In local networks, music can be streamed directly between users devices.

User accounts can be created on the Liztic website or through the app on any device. The Basic version of Liztic is free. There are three upgrade options: Pro, Premium and Studio. Each version offers increased synchronization capacity for more devices.

Liztic LLC: In 2012, Michael Demmer realized that music lovers are often limited because their music libraries are tied to specific platforms. In 2013, he founded Liztic LLC with headquarters located in Atlanta, Georgia. The team isdevoted to the improvement, ease and comfort of music technology usage. For more information visit www.liztic.com.

Additional Resources

  • Learn more about HDtracks here at HomeTheaterReview.com
  • Learn more about DACs at HomeTheaterReview.com


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